On Thu, 2001-11-29 at 13:57, Niall Walsh wrote:
>http://www.lnx-bbc.org provides a link to
>ftp://ftp.blackstar.co.uk/pub/ILUG/ where there are BBC ISOs the latest
> of which is 11/11/00
>>http://linux.ie/download/ilug_bbc relates to a BBC built on version 1.2
> of the Linuxcare BBC (which reached 1.6 before the split and is now 1.618).
the ILUG_BBC.iso files on both blackstar and linux.ie are the one and
> I have seen from http://www.lnx-bbc.org/news.html that Niall did some
> work back in June for the lnx-bbc
>> What I am wondering is what has happened this? Where are the sources
> even to the 1.2 version (do they exist or where all changes in ascii
> files and therefore you can diff it out)?
I don't know - you may be better off to ask Niall.
> I personally want to get a nice BBC that can get online in Ireland (for
> most cases, winmodems are winmodems (though I have had a lot of joy with
> the Lucent ones)) and has a decent mozilla. I will work with
> anyone/anything to get there, but it seems like I should be
> collaborating with the ILUG effort for some things and the lnx-bbc for
> others (ILUG would receive anything accepted whenever they resync to the
> upstream). Is this a dead duck to the ILUG now?
Nope - this duck is alive and quacking.
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