which plan9, did you try 9front?

On 10/2/18, Roderick <hru...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> I think it is uninteresting: one can always install plan9port in a
> meager installation of openbsd, freebsd or linux.
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> More interesting is to have the original plan9 and perhaps a virtual
> machine on it to run one of the above OS and their software.
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> Unfortunately I am having problems installing plan9. It seems to be
> very selective on the hardware.
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> Rodrigo
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> On Tue, 2 Oct 2018, Mayuresh Kathe wrote:
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>> i had been trying to work with a collaborator to develop a complete,
>> installable system for plan9port.
>>
>> while initially being quite gung-ho about linux, an accidental discovery
>> and ensuing experiements show the freebsd environment to be a lot more
>> performant and responsive, almost as much as netbsd for something like a
>> plan9port system.
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>> wish to ask the community that if such a system were to be successfully
>> developed and distributed with source and free of cost, would it be
>> welcomed or most would not even bother to look at?
>>
>> also, if there's enough interest, would there be someone out here
>> capable enough to support netbsd-amd64?
>>
>> thanks,
>>
>> ~mayuresh
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