32V update (was Re: [TUHS] While on the subject of 32V ...)
wes.parish at paradise.net.nz
Fri Oct 31 20:13:03 AEST 2003
I would suggest renaming it to something like 32V-x86, though - makes it
easier to remember it's not going to be precisely the same as 32V for VAX.
In relation to corporate caveats, the only way you could actually compete with
HP is if somehow, in a matter of months, you redid the entire development of
BSD and SVRx, up to the stage HP-UX currently is at.
Oh well, time for me to brush off my Pajari book on Unix device drivers and
see if I can make the grade! ;)
On Fri, 31 Oct 2003 01:56, Pat Villani wrote:
> I got corporate approval, well, as best as I could from corporate legal,
> to proceed. The only caveats are: beware of the SCO shenanigans as 32V
> may encounter a similar wrath, and make sure I don't "compete" with HP.
> How in the world a 15 year old operating system threatens SCO or
> competes with HP is beyond me. At any rate, I'll start moving the email
> activity off the corporate network soon, in order to comply with open
> source participation rules.
> In the meantime, I have just placed a copy of the reorganized kernel
> files in ftp://server.opensourcedepot.com/pub/32V. This is my personal
> server, so it's easy for me to put source code there, at least for now.
> The reorganization consists mainly of separating out drivers, and a
> scratch file for a locore.asm file. I also placed formalized license
> notices in the directory and files, so to alert everyone of the license
> It's a start ...
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