[rescue] HP 720 (I Think...)
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Mon Aug 13 08:21:46 CDT 2001
> The PA-RISC boxes (700 lines in particular) only run HPUX, the HPBSD
> or the mach thingy. Nothing else exists for them, yet. NetBSD
> and Linux are working on ports, if I am reading the buzz correctly.
> But, nothing is working yet on either. That is why I was inquiring
> about the HPBSD. The HPBSD supposedly was a little better than the
> mach lites port, but required the licensing. Now that the licensing
> is essentially free from SCO/Caldera, I thought I should inquire about
> the real BSD thingy. I sense that it was running on so few machines
> (maybe less than 10 at Utah), that it may have become vaporware.
Linux has a working PA-RISC port. Saw it working on a HP 9000/730 in the
HP booth at the NYC Linux World Expo. Sounds like a PITA to install
though and there was no native X support at the time.
9:19am up 2:43, 4 users, load average: 0.00, 0.02, 0.17
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