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Re: seeking m68k machine (woody) for gcc-3.1 testing

On Thu, May 23, 2002 at 10:41:44PM +0200, Matthias Klose wrote:
> I am looking for a fast (better not very slow) m68k machine running
> woody (plus the binutils from unstable) and gcc-3.1's build
> dependencies to work on gcc-3.1 bootstrapping. About 700MB disk space
> which should be available for at least one or two weeks is
> needed. Please contact me, if you can provide an account on such a
> machine.

On Sat, May 25, 2002 at 10:28:19PM +0200, Ard van Breemen wrote:
> I can host a MVME 167 with 64 Mbyte ram, and a 25MHz 68040...
> You can get ssh network access to the MVME system, and ssh access to
> another system with a serial console...
> BTW:
> The MVME system is sponsored by the 68Kgg, a computer club dedicated to
> embedded controllers. More about them: http://68k-gg.hobby.nl/
> And one of these is the one I will be hosting for you :) :
> http://68k-gg.hobby.nl/vme.html
> PS: the machine will be behind an ADSL connection, with 128k upstream,
> and 512k downstream...
> If that is not good enough, let me know, then I will see what I can
> do...
I forgot to add:
There will be a 2 gig drive, and the machine will be yours only to
(ab)use. You may even relieve me of the burden of installing the
thing :).
So if you screw things up, you get to do the bootp :)

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