Re: status of arm port
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On Sun, Nov 19, 2000 at 06:14:22PM -0500, Adam C Powell IV wrote:
> As there is no ssh in main/anything. The problem is the non-us packages are
> woefully out-of-date. :-(
yep, almost every single one.
> There are a number of problems with the ARM port (e.g. documentation), mostly
> due to the scarcity of users/developers. Would you care to add another
> volunteer to the pool- particularly one who can help build non-US packages?
i thought there were quite a few careing about the port. anyway,
i and one other debian developer think it's time to do something. i
heard several times that one has set up a build daemon but
actually i found out that there isn't one. i also heard that
there IS the hardware donated by various people, rebel and
others. so if there is the hardware and there are at least some
it shouldn't be the trouble to update the archive with the
latest packages via an autobuilder. i know there are other
problems too but to do the most essential things.
yes, and i just wanted to know what's going on or what is planned
to do or what is pending or what else.