Subject: Re: Current port status on J720?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Peter Postma <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/16/2006 19:05:26
On Mon, Jan 16, 2006 at 05:26:03PM +0000, Mark Kirby wrote:
> On Monday 16 January 2006 17:13, Michael Blatt wrote:
> > Yes, -STABLE is more like it. I wouldn't try -CURRENT since I have
> > little experience with NetBSD (I'm mostly Solaris and FreeBSD).
> > > > 5. Xhpc works as an X11R6 server. Maybe the X config file could be
> > > > shared, to help users save time.
> > >
> > > There is no config file as far as i can tell.
> > Do you mean Xhpc can recognise the hardware and act accordingly?
> Only the jornada 720/728 have a working X server so there is no point having a
> config file as the hardware is allways the same. Whether the server is hard
> coded (probably) or discovers the hardware itself i dont know.
Xhpc is actually shared between all hpc ports (hpcarm, hpcmips, hpcsh)
and it only works with certain devices (hpcfb, ...), because of that,
there's no need for special config file.
> > > 512MB will be big enough for NetBSD + X and a few apps
> > OK so I guess my 256MB card won't cut it, so I'll buy a larger one and
> > try it out.
> I have a 1gb kingston flash card. Which was the same price as some 512MB cards
> ?42 from www.ebuyer.com.