Re: amd64 as default architecture
Ben Hutchings dixit:
>> >> As in drop the i386 arch?
>> >No, keep i386 userland only.
>> Oh, definitely not! Please keep this runnable on at least
>> machines such as Soekris (486-compatible), Pentium-M, etc.
>For ever and ever and ever?
Hm, 2035 or thereabounds sounds good. ;-) Then let’s talk again.
>Right, sparc32 kernel builds were more-or-less broken for a long time.
>I think sparc32 is in better shape now but it seems pointless to bring
Probably yes; it’s been broken on Linux for so long I believe every
remaining user switched to MirBSD/NetBSD/OpenBSD in the meantime or
picked up something like SunOS 4 from some archive. And those are,
unlike i386, no longer built any more either. (Still usable though.)
08:05⎜<XTaran:#grml> mika: Does grml have an tool to read Apple
⎜ System Log (asl) files? :)
08:08⎜<ft:#grml> yeah. /bin/rm. ;) 08:09⎜<mrud:#grml> hexdump -C
08:31⎜<XTaran:#grml> ft, mrud: *g*