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Kernels being upside down (was Re: Olivetti console)

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Subject: Kernels being upside down (was Re: Olivetti console)
From: paul@suite.sw.oz.au (Paul Antoine)
Date: Thu, 23 May 1996 21:23:03 +1000 (EST)
In-reply-to: <199605201100.NAA26535@informatik.uni-koblenz.de> from "Systemkennung Linux" at May 20, 96 12:59:13 pm
Organization: Softway Pty Ltd
Hi folks,

> > YAY!  The hacks to vga.c were horrible... and now I can use g364.c as
> > a template for the DECStation console!  I love it when you guys
> > reduce the amount of work to be done.. :-)
> 
> Ha!  Don't be happy to early - last night I got 1.3.98 on the SNI machine
> not just booting but also useable (undocumented R4600 "features"); so
> I made the 1.3.98 snapshot which turns large parts of arch/mips/ upside
> down.  Have fun with your patches ...

I am!! <NOT!> (Californian sarcasm indicator)

Just when I'm begining to cope with a kernel, you turn it all upside
down again.  I think this is just an R4x00-lover's plot to make sure 
the DECstation kernel never boots!  :-)

Paul
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