Okay it didn't go so well.. my VAX couldn't boot the file I normally use
with this mopd (I had to rebuild it for a static libelf)...
I've put a tgz up at
it contains the file I was trying to boot and the tcpdumps of this mopd
and the one I normally use ...
if you need any more info give me a shout ..
On Mon, 29 Oct 2001, Maciej W. Rozycki wrote:
> I've made a preliminary version of mopd with ELF support available. It's
> Mats O. Jansson's mopd 2.5.3 with several fixes, updates and enhancements.
> The work is definitely not finished, but basic functionality is already
> implemented. I'm making it available due to the amount of PITA
> maintenance of traditional mopd image formats incurs, in hope someone will
> find it useful. Libelf is required for this version of mopd. It should
> build and run on any Linux system, regardless of endianness. It might
> work on other systems as well.
> I've made RPM packages available at the usual place (i.e.
> 'ftp://ftp.ds2.pg.gda.pl/pub/macro/'). Beside source packages there are
> i386 and mipsel binary ones available. Grab the latest version; olders
> are for a reference only. To aid people with no RPM support in their
> systems I've unpacked the source package into the "mopd" directory. Still
> you need to study the .spec file to figure how to build binaries.
> Any feedback will be appreciated; I'm especially interested in reports
> from VAX users, as I've only been able to verify the operation booting
> Linux on a DECstation 5000 (i.e. MIPS) system. Note: this version of mopd
> does not require switching devices into the PROMISC or ALLMULTI modes of
David Airlie, Software Engineer
http://www.skynet.ie/~airlied / email@example.com
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