Comments on: Test releases for OS X and Linux now available
R3 A33 Core (not view) for both Apple OS X and Linux (Fedora 2.6) have been uploaded. See RebDev chat #1627 for the gz distros. These are basically untested and I'm sure you'll find various bugs.
Note that if you're going to test R3 on CGI, you'll need to get-env your own CGI variables. But, it's easy to do, and actually just a bit faster because you can only fetch what you need.
OS X: PPC or Intel?
Ooops, just seen it, Intel. Pants.
|Can someone assemble a d|
All Rebolers should be netbookers ( but for Steve Jobs not getting on board ... )
Rebol 276 installed fine
The DEB has to include dependencies that a full Xandros would no require.
For example, on my 900A the Squeak deb installed and Squeak came up fine but the Curl6 deb did not ...
I've found this page on REBDEV
(http://www.rebol.net/cgi-bin/rebdev-web.r?msg=1587) and tried to write an answer there, but I was not lucky to connect to REBDEV from my test Linux R3 CLI client, so could anybody put my opinion there PLEASE?...
I want to say to Carl, that the best and smallest Linux today IMO is PuppyLinux by Barry Cauler (www.puppylinux.com): "A complete operating
system with suite of GUI apps, only about 50 - 95MB and boots directly off the CDROM."
And it is worth to make a build for it, as it's the
fastest and frendly Linux today, try it yourself and you'll see.
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