I know Digital UNIX 4.0 binaries are incompatible with 2.0.x kernels from
reading the FAQ. (I also tried it out.)
My question is this: is it more work to hack 2.0.x to support
4.0 binaries, or to install 2.1.x?
2.1.x I know requires enough work that I'd almost class it as an
os-reinstall (which I'd dearly like to avoid). I don't mind doing
a limited amount of coding to get 2.0.33 to support 4.0 binaries....
Anyone expert enough to assess this?