Re: I just booted Hardhat on my Indy!
On Fri, Apr 28, 2000 at 09:34:39AM +0200, Guido Guenther wrote:
> Dpkg is the first thing to get. Either compile the sources yourself or
> get the deb from either:
> Use ar & tar to unpack the dpkg deb and install the files into the
> proper places. Then you can install more debs from the above sites.
> Your indy uses big endian byte order, so you're mips not mipsel.
Meanwhile there are also mips debs at
They are in an unsorted directory as i dont want to spend the
time to maintain a apt-getable area :)
Dependencies are mostly broken due to which somebody would want
to avoid apt-get :)
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