Subject: Re: Alright, damnit, this is getting annoying.
To: Boris Gjenero <>
From: Brian Hechinger <>
List: port-vax
Date: 06/11/1997 21:53:38
Boris Gjenero drunkenly mumbled...
> Well, it definitely is.   My main machine is a PC running Linux, and so
> far I have make, as, ar, ld, ranlib and gcc for NetBSD/vax set up on
> that machine.  This worked for reasonably big applications, such as the
> jed text editor.  I guess I still have to at least port strip and a few
> others before I have all the tools to compile the kernel.  
> I guess this means that my need for a stable NetBSD/vax machine isn't
> that great.  It's probably more that after spending all the time on my
> VAXen getting things to work I'd at least want to get something out of
> it now.

that's great!! congratz!!

on that note.  how much trouble with the big-endian/little-endian clash cause?
how hard would it be to build a cross compiler for my sparc 5 running SunOS 5.5
to build NetBSD/vax binaries (and maybe even kernels)??


** Brian Hechinger ** ** **
"Color is for web wanking.  mono is for writing code.  Gimme a Mono Sun 3 and 
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						-Bob Beck