Re: The 2000s called. They want their intro(8) back.
- In reply to: Pau Amma : "The 2000s called. They want their intro(8) back."
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Date: Fri, 31 Dec 2021 21:26:40 UTC
<https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=intro&sektion=8&manpath=FreeBSD> On 31/12/2021 19:19, Pau Amma wrote: > … What else? history | grep "man " provokes various thoughts. Without reference to that history, five come to mind immediately: efibootmgr(8) freebsd-update(8) tunefs(8) – two of which (sorry for going off-topic) do not belong in (8): zpoolconcepts(7) zfsconcepts(7) Plus, a mental note to add gitup or got or something to (8) without delay when, eventually, that thing becomes integral to the OS. Maybe also: bsdinstall(8) Avoid shortlisting too many commands? I'd juggle the page to have an alphabetical shortlist towards its foot. At the moment it's, like, two shortlists with a chunk of something introductory in the middle. ---- Incidentally, tunefs(8) is amongst the resources that mention soft update journaling without explanation. And there's that wedge of history in the FreeBSD Handbook that, if I'm not mistaken, explains everything except SUJ.