Can anyone help me with this please?
Thanks in advance,
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From: Paolo Bevilacqua <pab@RMnet.IT>
Subject: Re: Looking for a mips binary
To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Josef Karthauser)
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 1997 11:25:47 +0100 (MET)
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i don't play with this stuff anymore. You can ask on the mailing list
firstname.lastname@example.org and somebody will be hopefully able to help you.
> I hope you don't mind me contacting you, but I think that you
> may be able to help me.
> I'm need a mips binary image to test some emulation software that
> I'm developing. I got your email address from a Linux mips document
> and so I reckon it's likely that you've got access to a mips machine.
> What I need is a statically linked binary of the following code:
> write( 1, "Hello MIPS World!\n", 18);
> i.e. gcc -o test -static test.c
> Could it be possible that you'd be able to make me one and mail it
> to me?
> Thankyou in advance if you can help me with this.
> p.s. If you can tell me what unix architecture it's designed to run
> under also that'd help (i.e. linux-mips, netbsd, sgi, etc.)
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