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Re: Status and future of 3rd party ABI compatibility layer
On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 10:35:12PM +0100, Joerg Sonnenberger wrote:
> FreeBSD (does it even handle FreeBSD 4?)
Five or so years ago this could run the distributed.net
proxy. I don't use this application anymore.
As of a few years ago, it could run the distributed.net client.
This was almost preferable to the native NetBSD/alpha client due
to the DEC/Compaq compiler being so much better than GCC.
Haven't run this application in quite some time.
I've used this only to say I ran Ultrix binaries on a wireless router.
Old AFS-related Ultrix binaries are available in many AFS cells, at
least they were a few years ago.
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