The RULE Project
Posted May 27, 2004 12:34 UTC (Thu) by oak
Parent article: The RULE Project
If one want's to build RULE for 386, does one need a cross-compiler, if
one's doing it on a much newer/faster x86 machine using latest distros?
I.e. do the toolchains included into latest distros support 386?
Btw. Maybe use of something like GPE would suit RULE? Or it could use
just the Matchbox window manager and desktop from GPE. Matchbox has
simpler (PDA type) user interface than XFCE or IceWM, which might better
suit old machines with smaller resolutions. Matchbox is probably also
smaller, looks as good as them and it can be built also as part of Gnome
Just checkout the screenshots! :-)
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