Re: hurd-i386 qualification for Wheezy
On Samstag, 19. Mai 2012, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > > Concerning hardware support, Linux 2.6.32 network drivers are now
> > > included and will be used by default in the coming days. That provides
> > > a fairly good coverage of not too-new hardware. We are working on
> > > integrating the linux AHCI driver to support SATA HDDs. Concerning
> > > X.org, drivers which do not require drm should be working. At worse,
> > > the vesa driver should work. There is no USB support, no sound
> > > support.
> > On a (very) personal note, the apparent lack of HW support is making it
> > look very bad…
> Which lack, more precisely?
no usb = no keyboard (+other things, obviously)
no sata = pretty bad in 2012
no drm xorg drivers + no sound = also pretty bad.
Holger, I am excited to see the hurd come alive, finally! but...