Re: dpkg must never be in C++---Bruce, please rule on this.
On 14 Apr 1997, Michael Alan Dorman wrote:
> Roman Hodek <email@example.com> writes:
> > The *very* first port of Linux was Linux/68k, started at times where
> > Linus himself didn't even dream of Linux being portable to a non-Intel
> > system :-)
> Oh. Interesting. I hadn't know that.
Yes, those were wild times. Ralf Baechle, one of the first people
working on Linux/68k and now the lead developer of Linux/MIPS, and
I brought the Linux and Linux-68k news groups in the German MausNet
and FidoNet to live. In the beginning one found almost all
Linux/68k developers in those groups.
> Obviously, then, the AXP port would be the first that Linus himself
> participated in.
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