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Re: Platform Linux?
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- Subject: Re: Platform Linux?
- From: Philip Perucci <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1993 11:31:57 -0400 (EDT)
- In-reply-to: <9306011257.AA15398@ma2s2.mathematik.uni-karlsruhe.de> from "Bruno Haible" at Jun 1, 93 02:59:12 pm
> Philip Perucci wrote:
> > I was under the impression that Linux was a supported platform.
> It is.
> > Was the ommision of Linux an accident...?
> You are apparently referring to my words:
> The list of supported platforms now include 386BSD 0.1, Coherent 386,
> Sun3/SunOS4 and DEC5000/Ultrix.
> This was the list of new platforms. The full list of platforms where CLISP
> is known to run on is now:
> Atari ST
> Amiga 500-4000
> Unix workstations:
> Sun4, SunOS4
> Sun386, SunOS4
> Sun3, SunOS4
> Sun4, SunOS5
> Coherent 386
> DEC5000, Ultrix
> HP9000/800, HP9000/700, HP-UX 8.05
> Ports are being done for
> SGI, Irix
> VAX, VMS
> Bruno Haible
I compiled your latest CLISP on my Linux "SLS 1.02", with no
crashes (a few warnings, of course).
But "make test" died comparing files.
Running CLISP gave me the sign-on screen, but running a
little 2-page program crashed Linux. FIRST time I ever
saw Linux crash!
A gentleman from Italy who ported AKCL to Linux says you
run AKCL on your Linux box!!! Odd...