|Subject:||Re: Advisable to install GNU Hurd on real hardware?|
|Date:||Wed, 14 Sep 2022 21:36:07 +0530|
Hi:I was testing GNU/Hurd in a real machine, and I have good results in Thinkpad T60 and R60e machines, enabling "compatibility" mode for the hard drive in the BIOS.The most modern machine in which I get good results is the Thinkpad T410, using the sameEl mar, 13 sept 2022 a las 22:32, Samuel Thibault (<email@example.com>) escribió:Saniya Maheshwari, le mer. 14 sept. 2022 00:06:12 +0530, a ecrit:
> As it says in the subject, is it advisable to install GNU Hurd on real
It essentially depends whether you're ready to suffer from lack of
hardware support etc.
> So far, I have been trying out GNU Hurd on QEMU/KVM; I read through the GNU
> Hurd documentation and it seemed to me that this is the most preferred way for
> trying out GNU Hurd.
That's the way which most Hurd hackers use since that's simpler to have
a common (virtual) hardware that is known to have proper drivers.
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