On Wed, Feb 27, 2002 at 09:49:28AM -0800, George V. Neville-Neil wrote:
> > You'll have to pay some money if you need a 24-hour responsiveness. :-)
> The check is in the mail ;-)
> > What src/release PicoBSD script should I try to run to reproduce this?
> -CURRENT as of Monday.
> Things work fine in a checkout from 20 Feb 2002 and that's what I'm working with.
> If you can give me a bit of info (or a place to look) I can help address this
> I'm going to try to work with Luigi on maintaining picobsd as this will be my
> main development system. It's a very good way for embedded systems hacks
> (like myself) to work. Very natural. And it's nice that I don't have to worry about
> having -CURRENT on my development machine.
This still doesn't answer my question -- how can I reproduce the problem?
Something like that...
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