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The Icon Bar: Programming: Acorn32/BSD
 
  Acorn32/BSD
  filecore (07:43 2/8/2009)
  flibble (18:24 2/8/2009)
    filecore (18:35 2/8/2009)
      flibble (19:49 2/8/2009)
        davidb (23:22 14/11/2014)
 
Jason Togneri Message #110777, posted by filecore at 07:43, 2/8/2009

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Just wondering, has anyone installed the Acorn32 port of BSD (I think the current one is 5) on a RiscPC or similar, and how easy is it to install/how well does it run?
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Peter Howkins Message #110780, posted by flibble at 18:24, 2/8/2009, in reply to message #110777
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Just wondering, has anyone installed the Acorn32 port of BSD (I think the current one is 5) on a RiscPC or similar
I managed to put 3.1 on an A7000 a while back

and how easy is it to install/how well does it run?
It's a complete nightmare.

http://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-acorn32/2008/10/10/msg000027.html

From a personal point of view I don't condider Acorn32 a supported port of NetBSD.
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Jason Togneri Message #110782, posted by filecore at 18:35, 2/8/2009, in reply to message #110780

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Yikes! I think I might not bother, then...
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Peter Howkins Message #110783, posted by flibble at 19:49, 2/8/2009, in reply to message #110782
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Yikes! I think I might not bother, then...
In theory an SA RPC might be better supported ...
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David Boddie Message #123436, posted by davidb at 23:22, 14/11/2014, in reply to message #110783
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Might as well drop a link to this message to update the forum's record on acorn32: A7000+ newfs hang/crash during installation.

I thought about trying again this weekend with 6.1.5 but there are better ways to spend my time. smile
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