On Mon, Mar 18, 2002 at 03:55:00PM -0800, David Christensen wrote:
> Hello! I have the opportunity to work on MIPS Linux using a MIPS Atlas
> (4Kc) board.
> 1. Is there a reason why SourceForge isn't being used for the MIPS
> Linux project?
The Linux-mips project is much older than sourceforge and looking at the
history of hyped venture capital companys does not really give a good
feeling about using sourceforge. Personally spoken i dont like
sourceforge - For most cases its just too bloated and working for ISPs
its not a problem to get some public accesible ftp/web/cvs space.
> 4. Is MIPS Linux self-hosted?
> 5. Can you do native development on MIPS Linux?
Yep - The Debian autobuilder run native on little and big endian.
> 6. Does MIPS Linux support sound (oss or alsa) on any platform? Does
> it support sound on MIPS Atlas?
Some rumors about Indy/Indigo2 HAL support have been heard.
The problem with some sourceforge trees and thesplit up information is
that like you already experienced is a real problem for Linux-mips
as there is no "source of the only wisdom". I dont like that
tree-forking etc. Either build your stuff clean - ready for inclusion -
or just drop the tree under the table as a big bad ugly hack.
Florian Lohoff email@example.com +49-5201-669912
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