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    SubjectRe: Development Setups
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    On Fri, 2001-10-05 at 00:20, Adam Keys wrote:
    > As a budding kernel hacker looking to cut my teeth, I've become curious about
    > what types of setups people hack the kernel with. I am very interested in
    > descriptions of the computers you hack the kernel with and their use patterns.

    Here's what each developer was equipped with at my former place of
    employment, back when they had money and all:

    Two x86 machines, one workstation and one "blow up box".

    Console on serial port, minicom logging to a file.

    /usr/src on the "blow up box" nfs-mounted from workstation; 100MBit
    ethernet

    Used kdb sometimes.


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