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Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2013 12:09:41 -0500
From: Hugh Lavery <>
Subject: Sabotage gone native...

Thank you for your work on the sabotage image files.  Wanted to let
you know that I have the latest version up on both an x86_64 box and
on an armv7 (Allwinner A10 Hackberry) device.  Sabotage works well,
even in X once the mouse and keyboard events are sorted out (bit of an
adventure, there).  There are some bugs to sort out on the arm device
(tmux dies on "assertion ctx failed in evmap_io_active", as does
transmission in gui; no such issues on x86_64).

What do you use to build the rofl0r/sabotage scripts?  I have tried to
build these on the latest x86_64 releases (+/- a week or two of today)
of Arch, Ubuntu (Q.Q) and Crux3.0 but only get (at best) as far as the
kernel-headers in Stage 0 before  the build dies.  Since I have your
image/rootfs to work with this is just a matter of interest....

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