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SubjectRe: SparcLinux on Sun E10000
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Is it a coincidence that E10000 is officially declared obsolete today?
Sun never allows us to use the latest and greatest hardware.

--Pete

> Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2000 17:28:49 +1100
> To: sparclinux@vger.kernel.org
> Cc: linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org
> From: Anton Blanchard <anton@linuxcare.com>

> Patches for Sun E10000 are in the current vger cvs, details for accessing
> this can be found at <http://vger.samba.org/>. You too can have a linux box
> that compiles kernels in 20 seconds.
>
> I have set up some information at:
>
> <http://linuxcare.com.au/anton/e10000/>
>
> Thanks to Craig Armour <c.armour@its.uq.edu.au>, Tony Jago
> <t.jago@its.uq.edu.au> and Mark Suter <suter@its.uq.edu.au> from the
> University of Queensland for arranging access to such a machine.
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