Thus spake Larry McVoy:
> Ariel found a diplomat that is going to schlep it through. We don't
> give up that easy. And Ralf is getting an Indy as soon as he gets back.
> And David & Inglo are getting shitloads of hardware as soon as they
> work here.
I'm going to try and con another loaner out of the guys up here (hi,
Kev! =) ) when they actually reclaim mine.
Currently, I'm trying to get my laptop to talk to the network under
Linux (can't see the docking station's ethernet) so I can get the
xcompiler on here. Right now, I'm working off of a DX4/100, and it's
kinda slow going. I've been putting off a full rebuild of glibc for
the Indy until I get a faster setup. (I was tempted to set up the
Irix-hosted stuff, but I don't have the machine for long enough to
warrant the effort.)
Tomorrow, I'm going to try to build the nettools and apache with the
xcompiler. I fear I'm at the edge of my abilities with the current
kernel stuff, although I may try and track down some of the undefined
symbols if I get some time.
#> Mike Shaver (firstname.lastname@example.org) Ingenia Communications Corporation
#> Commando Developer - Whatever It Takes
#> "See, you not only have to be a good coder to create a system like
#> Linux, you have to be a sneaky bastard too." - Linus Torvalds