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Re: Patches for the Hurd on OSF Mach/PowerPC

From: Marco Gerards
Subject: Re: Patches for the Hurd on OSF Mach/PowerPC
Date: 12 Jun 2003 23:48:58 +0200
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Peter Bruin <pjbruin@dds.nl> writes:

> I've put a couple of patches for glibc and the Hurd on
> http://huizen.dds.nl/~pjbruin/hurd/, together with a small bit of
> explanation.  Some of the patches (libc-powerpc.patch, dl-start.S,
> {ext2fs,libports,libshouldbeinlibc,libstore}.patch) are reasonably
> clean, while the rest is somewhat more hacked together.  Once I get a
> couple of annoying bugs fixed, I'll try to shape those into a nicer
> form.

Is it already possible to run GNU/Hurd and GNU/Linux parallel like I
can do with neighbourhurds? Both use Mach, it should be possible to
implement the store and console interfaces on GNU/Linux and run a
neighbourhurd from there (AFAIK this is more or less how a
neighbourhurd works).

I would find this idea really exciting. Unfortunately mklinux doesn't
actively (perhaps not at all) support the IA32 platform anymore :(


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