are there any plans for a new version of the BBC? I still find it very
useful (I'm right now dialled up from my home pc whose hard disk failed
last week and am working off the BBC) but it's a little behind the times
now. ssh2 would be a first major thing, perhaps newer version of vim, a
2.4 kernel with reiser, ext3 (not to mention many other things) support,
maybe Xfree86 v4 (although maybe that's too ambitious).
IIRC it was based on the linuxcare one, whose new version supports much (if
not all) of the above, wireless etc.
This may have been an enormous amount of work which nobody has time for any
more which is fair enough if that's the case. Just thought I'd ask though,
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