On Monday 20 April 2009 00:08 (CEST), Michael Robinson wrote:
> Has anyone gotten fdupdate to work with a 486?  I lost the link to
> fdupdate v0.55 and the instructions on how to use it 


You didn't lose it, it simply never existed :)
I sent you a beta FDUPDATE version with support for the HTGET downloader (that 
would finally confirm wheter it is a problem with launching third-party 
downloaders or not) several days ago. I have resent it to you right now.

> If using a 486 is the problem because of a bug in the math
> coprocessor or something similar, that would be nice to know.

Personally, I don't really believe in that, 'cause you said that it crashes 
when you try to apply the first update. That means that FDUPDATE has already 
worked correctly for a long time (relatively), as it 1) launched itself 2) 
launched an instance of the downloader 3) the downloader downloaded the index 
file of the repository 4) FDUPDATE compared the repo index with the local LSM 
Of course, I could be plainly wrong :-)

Mateusz Viste
You'll find my public OpenPGP key at http://www.viste-family.net/mateusz/pub_key

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