Johnny Billquist <bqt(a)update.uu.se> wrote:
I'm trying to figure out a way of getting
the MSCP driver from Ultrix
available for porting to NetBSD.
I don't support NetBSD, but Ultrix' MSCP/SCA code is available to everyone.
I know you don't support it. :-)
The problem is
that it's (c) by Digital, now HP.
It is a problem only if you choose to honor copyright laws. Since that is your
personal voluntary choice, it is your problem.
Yes, and it's *that* problem I'm looking for a solution to.
Could I be
lucky enough that Ultrix actually have been released?
And I'm talking Ultrix-32 here, not Ultrix-11.
The International Free Computing Task Force has freed the Ultrix-32 V2.00 and
V4.20 sources. They can be found on our FTP site in
Freed as in "legally freed", or just "made available".
don't exist from where my dns is looking... :-/
Another machine I have access to managed to resolve ivan.harhan.org
220.127.116.11, but there is no response at that address.
However, if it is just the sources, and not some legal notes available,
then I don't need to go there.
Johnny Billquist || "I'm on a bus
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