Re: Hello a quick questions ...
Jim Don <email@example.com> writes:
> Ooops ... I meant that i would compile "the hurd" ... not just the
> kernel :-)
> So thats really cool I can actually lend a hand despite the only small
> amounts of time ... I am pretty excited ...
> I suppose the best thing I can do is compile the "the hurd" ... and
> get it running on something ... then email the group back and see what
> i can help with in the bug database ? Is that the normal operating
> procedure ...
The best way to start is installing Debian GNU/Hurd. After that check
out the Hurd from CVS and start hacking.
Better use real hardware, the more RAM and the faster the processor,
If you want to work on a part of the Hurd or of GNU Mach, better
contact firstname.lastname@example.org first. It would suck if you would work on
something that someone else is working on too without discussing it.