[nos-bbs] Re: Compiling Jnos 2e...???

Larry Shields larry at isp.com
Fri Sep 15 05:20:56 EDT 2006

Maiko Langelaar (ve4klm) wrote:

> Mark wrote :
>> I guess that means you don't officially support Voyage Linux ...
> The phrase *officially support* is a bad choice of words on my part.
> What I meant to say is that I don't have copies of all the different
> variants available for me to work on. The only machines I have to work
> on are running things like Slackware, Fedora, and Red Hat Enterprise.
> What that means is if you have compile and link issues specific to
> Voyage, Ubuntu, Debian, or whatever other distro I am not running 
> here, then I am going to be depending on you to help me out. I'll
> be asking for info, and I'll be sending instructions. The process
> will likely go back and forth, possibly many times. You might get
> frustrated by the process, but if I don't have the platform here,
> then it's the only way.
> If a user is willing to do their part in trying to compile and
> link JNOS on a particular platform, then I'm willing to do the
> same (within reason) to help them get it done.
> Maiko Langelaar / VE4KLM
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*Maiko - - To add just one more thing, you can order from Ubuntu's Web 
site a free copy of version 6.06, also you can also run the program as a 
live cd,  rather than installing it too your HD...

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