Re: program list which run under hurd
On Mon, Jan 17, 2000 at 11:26:29PM +0100, Daniel Wagner wrote:
> I wonder which programs already run under Hurd.
Packages Which Compile Cleanly Without Any Changes
should be reasonable up to date.
* admin: anacron, at, cruft, logrotate, sudo.
* base: ae, bash, debianutils, diff, e2fsprogs, elvis-tiny, fileutils,
findutils, glibc, gnumach, grep, grub, gzip, hostname, hurd, libwrap0,
mawk, ncurses, sed, shadow, shellutils, tar, textutils.
* comm: minicom.
* devel: bison, blas, byacc, cook, crashme, cutils, cvs, diffstat,
flex, gettext, global, hello, hello-debhelper, indent, make, mig,
nasm, perl-byacc, rcs.
* doc: man-db, pinfo, texinfo.
* editors: ed, jed, joe (but doesn't work quite right), nvi, vim.
* games: games/an, empire-leaf, fortune-mod, gnugo, typespeed, xbat,
xjewel, xjokes, xjump, xmountains, xoj, xroach, xzip.
* graphics: ean13, giftrans.
* interpreters: gawk, m4, perl, pforth, python.
* libs: aalib, db, dialog, gdbm (but see bug), libaudiofile, libglib,
libident, libiodbc2, libjpeg62, libpng, pcre, popt, slang1, svgalib-dummy,
* mail: exim, fetchmail, mimedecode, mpack, mutt, procmail.
* math: bc, g2, oleo, spline, wzip.
* misc: birthday, dbview, megahal, otp.
* net: inetutils, ircii, lftp (but doesn't work quite right), lurkftp,
ncftp, netcat (reported by Andres), whois.
* otherosfs: mtools.
* sound: mp3info, sox.
* tex: dvidvi, tetex, untex.
* text: c2ps, diction, enscript, figlet, groff, gs, jade, less, most,
par psutils, ptx, recode, sgml-tools, since, slice, word2x.
* utils: binstats, buffer, bzip2, cpio, cracklib, file, hex, hextype,
iselect, patch, pgrep, sharutils, symlinks.
* web: analog, lynx, wget.
* x11: bclock, unclutter, xfishtank, xpm4g.
Some more packages work but not without changes. Some more packages were
Couple of hundred (1700) have still to be tested.
> I ask myself because the ftp
> server of Debian has also some debs which certainly not do.
For example? Remember that packages linked from binary-all are sometimes
linux specific or missing some binary packages to work.
I wonder why everyone seems to be so pessimistic about it :)
> I downloaded
> some of the debs but not all (ohhh, only a 56k modem) and they seem to work.
> Is it useful to put a list together with programs/debs which are know for
> running? Anyway here's my list (maybe the flavour-version number should not
> be included):
Don't waste your time on this statistic. When the autobuilder is set up (and
it will be really soon now), those statistics will be automatically
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