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From: Angus MacGyver (macgyvercalibre-solutions.co.uk)
Date: Mon Dec 14 2009 - 14:09:46 CST
y'know - that might just make me resurrect my 164SX or even 164LX as
- On Sun, 2009-12-13 at 23:33 -0800, Rajiv Prasad wrote:
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> I'm planning to resurrect my 164SX over the next week or so. I'd like
> to try out Fedora 10. Thanks to all of you that are still working on
> it. Once I get to the install, I would keep the list updated.
> Jay Estabrook wrote:
> > Well, not completely accurate - look at:
> > http://buildsys.zero42.at/iso/
> > The images there are Fedora 10 for Alpha.
> > If there are people actually going to use it, I'll upload the
> > ~10,200 RPMS to a repository, otherwise, I won't bother. Make
> > your wishes known on this ML (10 or more will do it)...
> > Please note that the DVD image will most likely ONLY work on
> > the following machines with the latest FW:
> > DS10, DS15, DS20, DS25, ES40, ES45
> > And yes, I tried XP1000 with no luck, but didn't try any API machines,
> > like UP1100 or UP1500 or UP2000, so YMMV.
> > Radeon and GLINT X drivers in good shape, no luck with some Matrox.
> > Use "noselinux selinux=0" on the boot command line, unless you want
> > to wrestle with SELinux.
> > GNOME may be a bit flaky at times (libbonobo-activation related).
> > Good luck, let me know of any problems.
> > --Jay++
> > Matt Turner wrote:
> >> On Sun, Dec 13, 2009 at 12:10 PM, Dialup Jon Norstog
> >> <thursdayallidaho.com> wrote:
> >>> There are what, 3-5 people worldwide actively working on Linux for Alpha?
> >>> Versus an army on X86.
> >> And literally no one working on AlphaCore, Red Hat, or Fedora.
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