[rescue] is anyone running Linux on a rescued UltraSparc?
lionel4287 at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 11 21:51:52 CDT 2003
--- Chris Hedemark <chris at yonderway.com> wrote:
> On Friday, April 11, 2003, at 10:28 PM, Lionel Peterson wrote:
> > When Mr. Bill posted the link, I downloaded the 5 (GAG!) discs and
> > installed it on a 256 Meg U1-170 or 200 (I can't remember now)...
> You probably realized later that you didn't need all five. Just like
> with Solaris, who ever boots off the actual install disc? :) In this
> case, you really do boot off what intuitive thinking would lead you
> to boot from. But 4 & 5 are just source code.
There was no indication on the download page that only the first three
were needed to install binary-only...
> You didn't really answer the version question. I'll have to ass-ume
> it was sometime before 1.0.
Sorry, Mr. Bill posted the 1.0 announcement - I am near-certain (do I
ass-u-me?) that it was 1.0...
> > I seem to recall the most interesting problem was that the 'date'
> > command was an x86 executable... ;^)
> Must have been a very early release then. Give 1.0 a try.
I think it *was* 1.0 (see above)
> Or at least hold off on negative comments about Aurora until you've
> tried their first stable release (everything before 1.0 should not
> be considered stable and should not be used as a basis for
> evaluating the distro).
I believe I prefaced by comments accordingly, so my statement should be
viewed as an "initial impression", nothing more.
Please, it isn't that big a deal (I'm quite sure no one will choose to
adopt or dump an OS based on *MY* say-so)...
"Nothing would please me more than being able to hire ten
programmers and deluge the hobby market with good software"
Bill Gates, in "An OpenLetter to Hobbyists" dated February 3, 1976
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