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Re: Building READMEs



On Tue, Jul 05, 2005 at 06:49:40PM +0200, viq wrote:
> something else is/was. VMWare... I trade 8 hours and possible reboot
> for no reboot and 13 hours ;P So i was hoping for a way to do it on
> linux, but if you say it's much more effort than it's worth... Though
> i'm still somewhat tempted to give it a go.

Someone mentioned VMWare.  It's not a bad idea.  You could export the
filesystem read/write via NFS, mount it in the virtual machine running
OpenBSD (bochs and qemu are free alternatives to vmware), and make the
readmes there.  Granted, harddisks generate plenty of heat, if that's
your problem.  You could do it all in the virtual machine, tar them up,
and drop them in place on the 188 MHz machine if you need to avoid
running the HD so much.

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Adam Fabian <awfabian_(_at_)_gmail_(_dot_)_com>



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