cant burn a cd iso
Joerg.Schilling at fokus.fraunhofer.de
Wed Jul 1 11:42:29 UTC 2009
"Julian H. Stacey" <jhs at berklix.com> wrote:
> > Yes, we all know your interpretation of the world "stable", which is not the
> > expected meaning that FreeBSD folks generally intend when they use that
> > term.
> Agreed. Joerg has an unusual use of the word stable, but
> then when he started using that usage of stable, he didnt need to
> conform to FreeBSD usage of word stable as:
> He was I think, a mostly Linux based developer of a cross platform
> source that also runs on *BSD.
Linux is one of many supported platforms and it causes more workload than
Since February 1985 (when the first Sun arrived in Europe), I am working on
SunOS. Before, I was working on UNOS - a UNIX clone.
The main development is still on Solaris and frequent compilations are also
done on HP-UX and Mac OS X. Less frequent compilations are done on Linux and
FreeBSD, as well as on Haiku.
I would be interested to again get access to AIX and IRIX (I know IRIX is dead
but it has the best warnings in the C-compiler ;-).
> Even in FreeBSD, Stable only later came to mean the common English
> meaning of reliable, I remember several times people asserting all
> Stable meant was that the API (libs etc) avoided sudden changes like
> in current, didn't back then mean make world wouldnt break etc.
The last interface change im mkisofs (disallow -H/-L/-P for future POSIX.1-2001
usage with these optiions) was implemented in December 2006. It was announced
in October 2002.
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