After I got lites + 3.0 on netbsd running on qemu with networking to show how painfully slow it was, it felt like I was the last person on earth to care about this stuff.

I think the gnumach folks had some interesting trip on rehosting Mach on oskit to get all those Linux 2.0 drivers but they never could get the push to x86_64.  I guess it's hard to compete in the Hurd cathedral vs the Linux bazaar... So to speak.

Probably the more important stuff to archive and find is mailing lists although I don't know of anything surviving anywhere.  I guess it was deep underground as the internet lawyers were in fear about emailing patches and having AT&T show up at their door demanding new borns.

Oh well such is life when you are chasing evelotionary dead ends.  It's not like a 4.3BSD os is going to set the world on fire, but then again I did save Quasijarious from the digital dumpster as well.

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On Wed, Jun 26, 2019 at 4:24 AM +0800, "Gregg Levine" <> wrote:

And oddly enough the Finnish site maintains a
collection of Mach related items at and and at  and a place named LYX contains Mach at Ideally it is just a duplicate of the
first one from earlier. And then Google gets lost. It also includes
several hits to Jason's work, but after that Google gets lost.
Gregg C Levine
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On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 2:18 PM Chris Hanson  wrote:
> On Jun 24, 2019, at 8:07 PM, Gregg Levine  wrote:
> >
> > Actually Chris, I found a complete collection of both CMU Mach and the
> > Flux Group Mach, and even MkMach at the FTP2 site for the French
> > OpenBSD location, under the pub and the mach
> > directories.
> Thanks for this, but it’s just the stuff that was made publicly available by these groups. It’s useful, especially to have via FTP (easier to sync), but it doesn’t cover things like UX42 (the BSD atop Mach that CMU deployed to cluster workstations).
>   -- Chris