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@ 2024-01-31 20:16 Eric Wong
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From: Eric Wong @ 2024-01-31 20:16 UTC (permalink / raw)
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Looking at <>, it looks
like parisc, PPC, alpha, mips, and ARM Linux machines are all
missing and not testable...

Is anybody able to donate them to cfarm?  Or are they really so
rare that they're not going to be significant E-waste problem?
(I doubt it's the case with ARM or even PPC).

There's plenty of 32-bit x86 out there (and I'll use it as long
as Debian or NetBSD supports it).

I thought 32-bit ARM was widespread, but there might be too
much fragmentation in the ARM world to support them for long :<

And wasn't 32-bit PPC a big-ish thing for a bit?

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