Re: Hurd on my i486 won't boot
>>>>> OKUJI Yoshinori writes:
>> If you are interested in this... at least you have a machine
>> without coprocessor and could test this! (I have a pentium, no way
>> to remove the coprocessor here :)
OY> I'm, too. This work must be done by someone who has a cpu
OY> without fpu.
I have no fpu, but also don't know where to begin. If somebody makes
an initial attempt at the port, I would be happy to attempt to debug
it and pick up where they left off.
I don't want to be the one to make the initial attempt, though,
because I'd have to learn too much in order to be sure I fit the code
into gnumach in a way that is reasonably elegant.
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