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Re: is anyone working on PCMCIA

From: Yaakov
Subject: Re: is anyone working on PCMCIA
Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2004 08:55:01 -0700 (PDT)

--- Ognyan Kulev <ogi@fmi.uni-sofia.bg> wrote:
> Yaakov wrote:
> > is hurd ever going to adopt OSKit, and should i focus on making my
> code
> > work within OSKit, or would i just be better off working on my own
> > flavor borrowing code from the aformentioned example along with
> what
> > ever else i do?
> Officially oskit-mach will become GNU Mach 2.x, but AFAIK noone is 
> working on stabilizing it.
> You should definately take a close look at wagi's work.  But I don't 
> know what to advice you about whether to patch GNU Mach 1 or GNU Mach
> 2. 
>   Probably GNU Mach 2 will be easier, because the infrastructure is 
> already set up by wagi.  If it's in GNU Mach 1, it will receive much 
> wider use by people.  I guess you first work on GNU Mach 2 and later 
> backport it to GNU Mach 1.  I have no idea how easy is to port
> something 
> from oskit to GNU Mach 1.

i'm more focused on just making something that can be incorporated into
debian gnu/hurd so i can actually use my laptop to download packages,
source code etc...  right now if hurd doesn't use gnu mach 2, then i
won't program for it (though I will try to keep my code as generic as

ps. sorry about sending that last message off the forum, yahoo mail is
a little limited and i have too many bad habits.


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