> :(I'm assuming I just don't get my own messages back, and that they're
> :getting to the rest of the list fine.)
> All Problems fixed.
Which is the reason why I got a subscription ack once again, I guess?
> :I'm supposed to be getting my Indy any day now, and I'm beginning to
> :wonder what state Miguel and Ralf (hi, all!) are at, and what I should
> :start with. (I've also got some friends here eager to help out, and I
> :think we'll probably start with some basic userland bits. Probably
> :diskutils, etc.)
> :Do the others have hardware yet?
> Here's the hardware status:
> Miguel: Indy R5000 150MHz 64MB, 2GB, shipped a week ago
> and is apparently stuck in bureaucratic mess. I'll followup
> next week but since all Mexico is going on the Easter/Pasqua?
> vacation it seems it'll probably take over a week to get
> to Miguel.
> Mike: getting his own Indy from the Centennial College
> Fire sale, (w/ Kevin's help?) I assume.
> Ralf: I got an Indy promised from a kind soul. Kind soul
> is extremely busy, I keep probing kind soul every couple
> of days.
Luckily I've got enough other MIPS toys.
> linux.sgi.com - we have a machine. Not yet set up outside
> the firewall due to the kudzu rush. I'll get to it soon
> when I'm relieved of other urgent duties.
> :How would I go about getting the source tree, once I get my hardware
> Ralf has the most up to date source tree (merge with recent Linux
> snap shot). The original (David Miller) source tree is on
David's is based on 2.0.14. One of my updated trees is available on
/pub/linux/mips/src/kernel/v2.1/linux-18.104.22.168.tar.gz. It's is not
the most uptodate tree but I'm working on it.