[rc5] Can I be of use?

Al Sutton al at alsutton.com
Wed May 28 09:51:36 EDT 1997


Quick into.... I'm organizing the al at alsutton.com team which involves
pretty much all of the people working on the freeware TCP/IP stack, Java
Virtual Machine, and C development Kit for the Psion series 3a's. At the
moment we have a Dual 167MHz Sparc Ultra, 2x P166's, 25+ P-133's, a P120
and 5 DX2/66's which should soon be joined by a couple of P200MMX's and
fair number (20+) 486's.

I would just like to offer our help with anything that we can do. We
have machines with permanent connections to the net (most of them are
ruinning Linux), and our main server is located on the UK Academic
Network (JANET) (www.inet.alsutton.com), it is a P120 with 5GB of disk
and 48MB of RAM so if that is suitable for running a key server from
then I am willing to get a key server running.

How can we be of use?


Jeff Lawson wrote:
> At 09:42 PM 5/27/97 -0400, Fedor Kouranov wrote:
> >Jeff, could you please tell which platforms are going to be
> >supported by the new release (e.g. this week), and which will
> >have to wait for porting. In particular, I'd like to know when
> >a new OS/2 client will be available.
> All platforms directly derived from the UNIX source will have new clients
> released.  This includes OS/2, Linux, HP/UX, Solaris, Win32 cmdline, etc.
> The Macintosh version is not directly derived from the UNIX source anymore,
> but we have an independent person currently working on that version.
> The Win32 GUI version is also not directly based on the UNIX source, but I
> will be working to try and release it at the same time as the UNIX ones.
> Please note that we have today just made some *very* large negotiations in
> regards to the contest and the clients.  We are trying to continue to bring
> out the clients on our originally proposed date of this weekend, but it may
> be pushing things considering all of the additional source we are getting
> that we will need to merge in.
> Jeff
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