Re: Getting involved with ultrasparc port (possibly)
> ;-) Well, like I said I have no desire to work with Solaris, so I definitely
> do want to make Debian run perfectly on that UltraSparc I get. I can
> certainly promise (as I implied above) that I will do my best to further
> debian port, and wouldn't even mind signing some kind of agreement if that was
It will be great. What we can do is to see how many people who are interested
in that. I am pretty sure I will have bargin power if we can gather more than
> > >
> > > So how about that cheap ultrasparc for me? ;-)
> > We are here willing to do anything that we can to push this project going.
> Let me know when the ultrasparcs are available.
> How has it been going so far btw? I understand there is a remote box
> Kachinatech provides already where some work has been done already. How far
> are we and can I get an account to play?
Currently, we are waiting for 64-bit SPARC support of gcc/egcs compiler.
However, I think we should be able to work on bootstrap and installation
part with the 64-bit UltraPenguin kernel with Debian installer/ramdisk part.
Anyone give some guidance on that? I can work on that.
I will assign an account for you. Please subscribe to the mailing list:
debian-ultralinux@KachinaTech.COM since many system related things will be
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