vmware 6.x on FreeBSD bounty accepted! Call for 64-bit
aedwards at sandvine.com
Thu Sep 13 20:26:44 PDT 2007
> On Monday 10 September 2007 13:15:09 George Hartzell wrote:
> > rsync.net writes:
> > > [...]
> > > We at rsync.net are happy to announce that Orlando Bassotto has
> > accepted > the bounty we published some months ago to
> update vmware
> > support on > FreeBSD to 6.x, the latest release version.
> > >
> > > The original bounty is detailed here:
> > >
> > > http://www.rsync.net/resources/notices/2007cb.html
> > >
> > > Orlando has expressed a need for an x86-64 machine, loaded with
> > FreeBSD > 6.2, and available on a fixed IP for testing.
> If you have
> > such a system > and can donate the use of it for a few weeks, it
> > would be greatly > appreciated. Please contact rsync.net at:
> > > [...]
> > Hi John,
> > I might be able to help with a machine. I have a couple
> that aren't
> > being used at the moment and could set one up running 6.2 easily.
> > My only problem is that I'm going to be away from
> 6/13->6/27 or so and
> > won't be able to physically touch the machine during that
> period. If
> > it needs to be poked, prodded, kicked, or stroked, we'll be out of
> > luck. It'll also be running in my basement and my outbound
> > isn't huge.
> I might be able to help out on that. I have static numbers on
> a 6000/768 DSL.
> Not sure that's enough but i'd be willing to host it if it would help.
> I'm a little strapped for time so if you could setup the OS
> that would help me. I'll be out 9/14-16 but otherwise
> available. If needed, i have an 8channel remote switch that i
> use for kicking the DSL modem that i could setup for poking
> this box, too.
> > I'm in Oakland, CA, and if you have offices in the Bay area I'd be
> > happy to drop a machine off for you to use for a bit.
> I live in SF in the sunset.
> > Alternatively, maybe someone else on freebsd-emulation in
> the Bay area
> > would be willing to host it for a bit.
> > If it sounds like my machine would be helpful, let me know.
> Let me know too.
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I'd love to help with this and I can also setup a box for you to use.
Do you have any other requirements, amount of ram etc.?
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