> I think this IS a topic for this group. It was raised here quite a while ago
> but I can't remember what was the conclusion. Anyone care to sumrise the
> previous discussion?
I don't see any harm in discussing it, not like anything else is happening
Keep in mind for the very small userbase involved in riscy that we
must have a unified effort to get ANYTHING running.
For us to have a reasonable chance of success we must first get whatever
is easiest/fastest etc ported. Then worry about alternatives.
>From people who have spent much more time inside kernels and device
drivers say that linux would be the easiest/fastest and thats good enough
I personally find that strange since I believe bsd already runs on a few
mips machines, but can accept that, besides linux is a cool unix.
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