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Re: MOO cores
>> Do any of you out there know where i could find a AppleMOO core or a IBMMOO
>> core?. I have a moo allready but it is not off my equipment.
>There are numerous cores out there, some of them being the LambdaMOO
>Core, the JHM Core, and the ZenMOO core... Thats just to name a few. I
>think what you're referring to, however, are servers that can be compiled
>under IBM compatible and Apple (Macintosh?) computers. LambdaMOO has been
>successfully compiled under Linux, SCO 86, FreeBSD, and various other
>UNIX's for the Intel 8086 family of processors. It has also, to my
>knowledge, been compiled under AP/UX and a couple other UNIX
>implementations for the Motorola 68000 family of processors that run
>older Macs. I don't know if it has been compiled under Mac's powered by
>the PowerPC processor. Currentl,y LambdaMOO cannot be compiled under MS-DOS.
I beleive that the MOO server HAS been compiled to run under MSDOS.
Also, there shouldn't be different core databases for different servers
across platforms (barring the crypt() problems some machine have), a db
generated on one machine should load perfectly fine on another (assuming the
server's have all the same patches). Any self respecting MOO server should
load any MOO db file, if it doesn't, then I wouldn't call it a MOO.
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