Re: Development machines (was KDE debs)
On May 02, Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
> On Mon, 3 May 1999, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> > That list is quite incorrect actually. Lets try again:
> > Machines owned & managed by Debian:
> > master i386 stable (everyone automatically)
> > va i386 stable (everyone automatically)
> > faure alpha unstable (everyone automatically)
> > kubrick sparc unstable (everyone automatically)
> > powerpc powerpc unstable email@example.com
> Lets try once more :>
> master i386 stable All
> va i386 stable All
> faure alpha stable All
> kubrick sparc stable All
> albert alpha hamm Ask debian-admin..
> pandora i386 stable All
> saens i386 stable debian-admin
> samosa i386 stable debian-admin
> murphy i386 hamm debian-admin
> The dist each machine runs is subject to change of course, the latter
> three are not general access machines.
> There is a wack of other machines that are not directly controlled by
> debian-admin that people can get accounts on, wichert's list is reasonably
> complete but I understand there may even be a few more.
m68k.debian.org (alias kullervo.infodrom.north.de) runs a build daemon
(meaning if you upload it to master, it will get compiled if you
packaged it right ;-), but access can be arranged with James Troup
and/or Martin Schulze. But kullervo's down at the moment... disk failure.
I can provide intermittent access to an m68k (68060 @ 50mhz) machine
running potato. You'll have to go through my "router" (i486 box) and
it's not currently 24/7. 24/7 may come in July or August, if I can
find someone locally who won't charge me an arm and a leg for a
permanent 33.6 (maybe ISDN) PPP connection.
| Chris Lawrence | Get your Debian 2.1 CD-ROMs |
| <firstname.lastname@example.org> | http://www.lordsutch.com/ |
| | |
| Grad Student, Pol. Sci. | This address has been spam-proofed. |
| University of Mississippi | All spam goes to your postmaster. |