Tomas Lindquist Olsen
tomas.l.olsen at gmail.com
Mon Jan 29 18:27:00 UTC 2007
This is good news :)
Until then I guess I'll be trying out a few other distros. Tried
Gentoo amd64 but it was terrible. I never felt the "hands on" feeling
of crux. Xubuntu was boring. It just worked....
I think I'll give LFS (Linux From Scratch) a go. Might teach me some
things I could use when Crux64 gets online.
Until then, I'm looking forward to playing with Crux64 again.
On 1/28/07, Lucas Hazel <lucas at die.net.au> wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 17:25:13 +0100
> "Tomas Lindquist Olsen" <tomas.l.olsen at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi folks.
> > I'm currently in a position where I'm about to destroy my Windows
> > installation and go back to good old Linux.
> > Has there been any progress on the new Crux64 ? I would very much like
> > to get this instead of Gentoo or something.
> > I'd really like to run a 64 bit version so the old crux32 is not
> > really an option.
> > I'm not that much of a hacker when it comes to making distros, but I
> > know C/C++/D very well and am interested in helping out if I can.
> > Also I did quite a lot of "porting" 32 bit ports to 64 bit last time,
> > so here I could probably help out.
> Things are coming along nicely. Just waiting for the official 2.3
> release before crux64 2.3 is released. However, before anything is
> release I would like to formalise the multiarch process.
> For now I have a large number of ports ready for amd64 aswell as
> compat32 stuff. I don't really have a progress report as such. I will
> endevour to get something online at some stage however things are a bit
> crazy here at the moment.
> Lucas Hazel <lucas at die.net.au>
> "Clothes make the man. Naked men are rarely taken
> seriously, or given employment." (Mark Twain)
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