Subject: hppa 1.1 port ?
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/18/1995 22:38:33
reading the lastest gnu bulletin, i see that there is a port
of 4.4-lite to the hp9k/700 series. here's the text:
* Mach and 4.4BSD-Lite for PA-RISC HP 700
An almost complete snapshot of a Mach/4.4BSD-Lite based single-server for
the PA-RISC HP 700 is available from `jaguar.cs.utah.edu:/flexmach' by
anonymous FTP. The snapshot provides binaries for the "Lites" BSD-based
single-server, freely redistributable sources for a complete Mach kernel
with integrated support for the PA-RISC 1.1 (HP 700) platform, a
complete GNU tool chain for the ELF object format, and other software.
(Sources for the floating point emulation library are not available.)
The developers caution that this (December 1994) snapshot is for
hard-core operating system hackers only. This is not a formal release
and is not yet robust. Check
`http://www.cs.utah.edu/projects/flexmach/' for more information.
has anyone looked at this? i don't personally have any of this
hardware, but it would be great if netbsd could run on it (it's