BSD docs better than Linux docs (was: Re: Testimonial - Thanks to
ph.schulz at gmx.de
Wed Sep 8 15:36:00 PDT 2004
[snip - Testimonal]
> I've played with Linux, but the BSD documentation is always more
Actually, I've recently found out that this isn't always true. Some
Linux man pages in sections 2 and 3 seem to be more complete than the
BSD equivalents, i.e. have examples or documentation of the used data
structures. Take a look at nanosleep(3), for example.
But I promise, as soon as I've found an appartment and have moved, I
will start to change those kind of things when I discover them.
But I think, generally speaking you are definitely right.
Did you know...
If you play a Windows 2000 CD backwards, you hear satanic messages,
but what's worse is when you play it forward....
...it installs Windows 2000
-- Alfred Perlstein on chat at freebsd.org
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