Re: boot-floppies for stable
On Sat, Apr 14, 2001 at 05:19:19PM +0200, Michael Schmitz wrote:
> > >
> > > m68k: Christian recently relocated to the US, and no one else is
> > > willing to do boot-floppies.
> > What work is required for them? I have a very slow LC475 that I can
> > attempt to build them on if that's any help and I'll have a go at doing
> > some sanity testing on them too. Would that be of use? Should I grab
> > boot-floppies and attempt to build them?
> I have no idea what state the boot-floppies were left in for m68k. If the
> LC475 seems too slow I can offer you access to a Quadra 650 with chroot
> build environments for stable and unstable (650: 33 MHz 040, 40 MB RAM).
Can't you cross-compile from something speedy? This would seem to be
especially useful for something like boot-floppies, where you have to reboot
all the time to try stuff.
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