On Fri, Apr 06, 2001 at 02:23:47PM +0200, Michel D?nzer wrote: > > > Yes, the branch has been merged in yesterday! > > > This adds not only support for PCI Rage128 boards, but (more > importantly ;) also PPC support! > > > Zephaniah, us PPC folks would appreciate if you could update your DRI > source packages sometime soon so that we can give them a whirl. I'm going to need a PPC box to build on, around 600M of drive space free and running sid if at all possible. On a related note I could use access to a x86 machine with the same specs, both would need a solid 'net connection. (Sometime soon here I want to get the DRI packages building from cron, checked and signed by me locally of course.) Zephaniah E. Hull. > > > Of course, even without debs I'd like people to test it and submit any > bugs to the DRI BTS or post to dri-devel. > > > -- > Earthling Michel D?nzer (MrCooper) \ Debian GNU/Linux (powerpc) developer > CS student, Free Software enthusiast \ XFree86 and DRI project member > -- PGP EA5198D1-Zephaniah E. Hull <firstname.lastname@example.org>-GPG E65A7801 Keys available at http://whitestar.soark.net/~warp/public_keys. CCs of replies from mailing lists are encouraged. >OK, fine. You're arguing semantics, though. "arguing semantics" is not the same as "arguing nomenclature". My DI was very good at arguing semantics. He had this funny idea that an "unloaded" weapon was one that you had personally inspected and that the semantic difference mattered. Something about not wanting to do the paperwork of one of us killed someone with an unloaded weapon. Most technical debates are ultimately about semantics, but that doesn't mean that they are unimportant. -- Shmuel Metz and Steve Sobol on ASR.
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