Re: I think I want to help
> For the GNU system just subscribing to firstname.lastname@example.org
> is a good start, and reading the mailing list archives (they are
> spam free!).
I'm not aware about this mail-list. Can you tell me more?
It is a list where discussings are taking place about how the GNU
system should look like; more or less.
> Well, truth to be told it seems that we are abandong GNU Mach 2.x
> (aka OSKIT-Mach) since it is a pitta to add/update drivers to.
> Most people use GNU Mach 1.x to my knowledge.
I see. Then I can just use the sources from debian, and move along
More or less, it all depends on if you wish to hack on GNU Mach (fix
bugs, add/update drivers, etc).
How about the steps to L4 microkernel? Is there any documents
explaining roadmaps to L4?
Yes, you would need to checkout the hurd-l4 module from CVS. Just
added it to the list of things to checkout in
http://www.update.uu.se/~ams/gnu/cvs... You could also just access
the CVS repositor directly via www and look at it; see
I understands pthread support is not completed, yet? How can I
What would be nice is to have a testsuite for pthreads that checks
that things work as they should. From what I remeber the pthread
implementation in the Hurd will be ditched infavor of NPTL. So a
testsuite that uses and abuses pthread functionality will be a good
thing when someone will start writting a NPTL implementation for the