Hi, Chris Andrew: > I know that discussion is on-going regarding the future of 32-bit sparc. AFAICT the discussion is not ongoing. It just repeats itself every few weeks, and nothing changes: There is no kernel support for sparc32 anymore in Linux. Since, at one point, somebody said "it would be nice to have some project resources so people could organize themselves" (paraphrased), I thought at least a hypothetical sparc32 porting effort shouldn't fail for lack of a communication platform: I've set up <http://wiki.debian.org/Sparc32> (unchanged since I've set it up) and a email@example.com mailing list (which has 3 members and hasn't seen any activity in the past month.) Conclusion: the sparc32 port apparently deserves to die - there simply is nobody prepared to do the work. cheeres -- vbi [cc me please, not subscribed] -- The discerning person is always at a disadvantage.
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