Re: URLs for new developers 20000418
I'd be glad to be of service. I'll put something together and present
it here for corrections before forwarding it to os-faq.
Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 18, 2000 at 09:40:04AM -0700, Jim Franklin wrote:
> > comp.os.research FAQ:
> > http://www.best.com/~bos/os-faq/FAQ-1.html
> It would be nice if someone could pick up responsibility to get the FAQ
> entry on the Hurd updated, which can be found in part two, section 1.4.2,
> and reads currently:
> * The Hurd is the GNU operating system, being written by Michael Bushnell. It is based
> on Mach 3.0, and should be available on most systems to which Mach has been ported. A
> preliminary runnable image may be fetched from
> ftp://alpha.gnu.ai.mit.edu/gnu/hurd-snap.tar.gz. Trent A. Fisher
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> runs an unofficial Hurd page at
> Facts to correct:
> The person formerly known as Michael Bushnell now is Thomas Bushnell, BSG.
> Mach 3.0 -> GNU Mach. For the history of GNU Mach, well, ...
> Is currently only available on ix86.
> Images now on debian.org. Main GNU site should be mentioned primarly.
> Trents page still existsm, but has moved. It should probably not be
> mentioned in the FAQ, as there are more current and complete web pages
> available by now.
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