Annoucning DragonFly BSD!
jhs at berklix.org
Fri Jul 18 05:48:14 PDT 2003
Dag-Erling =?iso-8859-1?q?Sm=F8rgrav?= wrote:
> To: "Julian Stacey" <jhs at berklix.org>
> Cc: current at freebsd.org, Matthew Dillon <dillon at apollo.backplane.com>
> Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2003 10:48:17 +0200
> Message-id: <xzpvfu0cjam.fsf at dwp.des.no>
> $ whois dragonflybsd.org
> Matthew Dillon
Dag, Do not post personal abuse to the list !
I already covered whois, the day before:
> Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 17:14:05 +0200 (CEST)
> From: Julian Stacey <jhs at berklix.org>
> Message-Id: <200307171514.h6HFE5sB062159 at tower.berklix.org>
> whois dragonflybsd.org
> Created on: 14-JUL-03
> .... Whois Server:whois.dotster.com
> ... www.dotster.com/help/whois
> .... 1 page didnt respond, 1 wanted a login & password !
> Hmm, typing this command a second time I nopw see extra info:
> Matthew Dillon
> 41 Vicente Rd
> I've a feeeling I didnt get that first time. ?
whois didn't give me human traceable info first time, (maybe servers were
reconfiguring, or there was a net problem, then I couldnt get any human info
re. domain from other tools, just just the dotster block.
Thanks to those who told me of `host` command (I'd only used
`nslookup`, `whois` & http://www.dnsreport.com, (& hadn't used `dig`)).
Thanks to those who confirmed Matthew Dillon's announcement is real.
OK, you want a divergent kernel, EG src/sys/ , fair enough.
- Are there any benefits to the BSD community in having
a 4th BSD bin/ sbin/ usr.bin/ usr.sbin/ ?
Can you not share & co-operate with toolset maintainers of NetBSD
or OpenBSD, even if you can't work with some FreeBSD CVS people ?
- Do you intend your own ports/ collection too ? (or Free, Net or Open ?)
Julian Stacey Freelance Systems Engineer, Unix & Net Consultant, Munich.
Ihr Rauchen => mein allergischer Kopfschmerz ! Schnupftabak probieren.
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