This past weekend I tirelessly cleaned and organised and moved everything around and I am very proud to present The Retro Lab! Pretty much everything needs to be set up, installed, and configured, but it's all here and over the next few weeks I look forward to documenting my progress doing these installs. Until then, … Continue reading The Retro Lab is Go!
I was cleaning out a desk and its cubbies in preparation for setting up the Retro Lab and I found some pretty interesting discs. I'll be taking better photos, or possibly even making hi-res scans with the SCSI ScanJet, later. But I couldn't keep these to myself. A CD-R of pre-musl Alpine Linux, burned for … Continue reading The Retro Lab: Diggings around the fox den
Welcome to my latest series of articles, The Retro Lab, where I will be detailing my excursions into the art and hobby of retrocomputing. This article will serve as a general overview of what I hope to accomplish, and a bit about my background and why this will be fun for me 🙂 If you … Continue reading The Retro Lab: Introduction
The Debian project has removed support for the MIPS architecture. This is the latest CPU architecture to be removed from Debian, betraying their tagline of being "The Universal Operating System". I take issue not only with their removal of the MIPS architecture, but of their reasoning for doing it. The removal was [...] because the … Continue reading Debian: No longer a “Universal” operating system