I'm going on vacation tomorrow and will be back by the end of the month. I'll bring my laptop with me, but I won't have regular Internet access (unless there is an open AP close to the place, that is). This will make my SoC's project development a bit more difficult, as I won't have my workstation (fast build machine) nor a test machine (very useful for kernel development).

I hope I've collected enough information to start working on the project and will continue to devour it in the next days; until now, I've read a bit of the I/O chapter from the 4.4BSD book and it's very, very interesting. I have also configured NetBSD appropriately in the laptop to be able to work in the project easily.

Despite this, I hope to be able to connect to the Internet, at the very least, once per week. When I do this, I'll try to reply to any urgent mail, synchronize my local development tree with the one on NetBSD-SoC (remember Monotone's CVS gateway? ;-) )and post an status report to this blog.

See you soon!

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