Subject: Re: NetBSD versions
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Alex Poylisher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/19/2006 11:38:30
WPA is only supported in -current, AFAIR.
On Thu, Jan 19, 2006 at 11:35:11AM +0000, mark wrote:
> Michael Blatt wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >Just had a thought, related to disk space usage and the like.
> >The way I understand is that at the moment 3 versions of NetBSD are
> >being maintained: the 2.0.x branch, the 2.1.x branch, and 3.x.
> >What are the main differences that would affect the Jornada? The
> >changelog suggests very little. Specifcally, what matters to me most
> >- X11 with touchscreen
> >- PCMCIA support (my Linksys WPC11 was supported with 1.5.1 so this
> >should not be an issue, but that was hpcmips)
> >- IPSec and/or WPA
> >I assume that 2.0.x and 2.1 would take up less space than 3.0?
> >Given the above, would anyone say I'm still better off using 3.0? What
> >version are you guys using on your Jornada?
> I'm running current on mine. Im not sure how much it has diverged from
> the 3.0 branch. I now one person who is running some version of 2.0 and
> that works fine.
> X11 works fine, and i would guess your Linksys will too.
> I dont know anything about IPSec or Wpa.
> Hope this helps some.