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Re: libc strategy

Quoting lucifer@lightbearer.com:

> Again, I'll offer to do porting work as soon as anyone can offer
> me a remote login on a box to work on. Unfortunately, I don't have
> any spare hardware I can toss NetBSD on (having ditched most of it
> during my last move), and I'm not really in a position to run out
> and buy more just for this project :/

I've got a spare IP on my subnet and some old Intel hardware lying
around but it'll take me a few days to get a working system up (the
system isn't currently in operating condition -- replacing CPUs,
SIMMs, and mobo's until I figure out what's not working and fix it
might end up being a weekend-long project).  In any case, when it's
working, I'll host or mirror an archive of the project's efforts, and
provide remote logins to anyone interested.

[You know you're a geek when your closets contain enough miscellaneous
computer hardware to assemble several working systems if you ever get
around to it... :)]

GT <gt@dreamsmith.org>                       http://www.dreamsmith.org
"We don't receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a
journey that no one else can take for us or spare us." - Marcel Proust

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