[TUHS] Re: Making boot disks

Christian Groessler cpg at aladdin.de
Tue Oct 1 18:01:52 AEST 2002

On 10/01/2002 01:37:54 AM CET Ian Molton wrote:
>On Tue, 1 Oct 2002 09:29:02 +0930
>"Greg 'groggy' Lehey" <grog at lemis.com> wrote:
>> Well, it would be nice to know what you're really trying to do.
>> What's the hardware?  If the file system is UFS, it's unlikely to be a
>> good fit for Linux.  I'd say "try FreeBSD", but without knowing more
>> about your software and hardware, it's not clear if that would be any
>> better.  Google suggests that it runs on ARMs.  Is that correct?
>The hardware is an obscure british platform from back when the ARM was
>young. - The Archimedes.
>The CPU is the ARM2 or 3 (either work) and the systems have SCSI,
>ethernet, and (up to) 16Mb of RAM.

I think NetBSD supports these machines. See



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