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RE: Ultrasparc hardware.
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: RE: Ultrasparc hardware.
- From: "Jenkins, Michael" <Michael_(_dot_)_Jenkins_(_at_)_disney_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2001 06:49:52 -0700
> > > OpenBSD is the last of Free/Net/Open to start a sparc64 port...
> > So what ? This is the beauty of parallel development, and of the BSD
> > licence. You can directly reuse whatever good things other people have
> > built, and improve on them.
> Maybe I should have been more explicit - the timing of the import of
> sparc64 looks more like a "oh shit, we're the only BSD without a sparc64
> port now, we better do something before the next release". Then again,
Last I checked FreeBSD only supports i386 and alpha.
You're really only talking about NetBSD vs OpenBSD, right?
Looking forward to OpenBSD on my ultra10. Thanks.
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