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Re: ARM port
Well, I would be happy to take a look at it, and try to get the linux
arm folks to help me out where needed, too. Perhaps we could even get a
Netwinder donated from the folks who make them.
I am moving house at the end of the month, check back after that.
Niklas Hallqvist wrote:
> oh, yes that code is ancient. You would probably want to do a full
> port of the NetBSD current arm code. There is a porter's guide
> under development, but that one is geared towards drivers and not
> archs. Ask firstname.lastname@example.org for it (I think that's the correct
> address). If you are willing to do this, you are going to be in
> charge of the arm port, that's for sure. Tell us if you think you can
> handle this, and we'll help you out with what we can, like OpenBSD
> internals, and NetBSD->OpenBSD transition. Sadly, I know of noone
> in the know of the arm architecture.