Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-08-18 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Now, that GSoC is over, I have some spare time to say thanks. I'd like to thank all the people who have tested the amd64 port, namely Matthew Dillon and Antonio Huete Jimenez. Thanks for all the bugs you've found and fixed.

Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-08-18 Thread Simon 'corecode' Schubert
Jordan Gordeev wrote: Now, that GSoC is over, I have some spare time to say thanks. I'd like to thank all the people who have tested the amd64 port, namely Matthew Dillon and Antonio Huete Jimenez. Thanks for all the bugs you've found and fixed. Thanks to you for your great work! If every

Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-08-18 Thread Samuel J. Greear
On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 8:57 AM, Simon 'corecode' Schubertcorec...@fs.ei.tum.de wrote: Jordan Gordeev wrote: Now, that GSoC is over, I have some spare time to say thanks. I'd like to thank all the people who have tested the amd64 port, namely Matthew Dillon and Antonio Huete Jimenez. Thanks

Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-08-18 Thread Matthew Dillon
I'd like to echo Simon's words too. You have really gotten us over the hump on amd64. We always expected there would be a lot of issues. FreeBSD is still having issues, after all, and they've had their 64-bit port in their tree for twice as long as we have. Sure we didn't

Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-07-08 Thread Matthew Dillon
The master development branch in the our main repo now has all of Jordan's AMD64 work, plus additional work in the last few days which gets SMP working and which stabilizes native buildworlds and installworlds done from a 64 bit environment, including the boot code. Modules

Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-06-06 Thread Jordan Gordeev
Aggelos Economopoulos wrote: Jordan Gordeev wrote: It's time public testing of the amd64 port begins. The code is available in my git repo at git://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~smtms/dragonfly.git in branches amd64 and amd64+hacks. The amd64+hacks branch contains what amd64 contains + some band

Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-06-05 Thread Aggelos Economopoulos
Jordan Gordeev wrote: It's time public testing of the amd64 port begins. The code is available in my git repo at git://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~smtms/dragonfly.git in branches amd64 and amd64+hacks. The amd64+hacks branch contains what amd64 contains + some band aid to keep the system

Re: amd64 - invitation to test

2009-06-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
There is a build system Makefile in /usr/src/test/amd64 that you can use. That can create the whole environment from scratch and all you need to do is hook it up to Jordan's git repo. It takes a long time to generate the environment since it has to run two buildworlds and