The question of moving vi to /bin

Erich Dollansky erich at
Fri Jun 26 02:31:11 UTC 2009


On 26 June 2009 am 10:02:30 Polytropon wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 09:55:48 +0800, Erich Dollansky 
<erich at> wrote:
> > this is not what I mean. I wanted to say, as long as the boot
> > disk come up, I also have /usr available when I have the
> > space to have it all on the same disk.
> I see. The fact that /usr isn't available after booting in
> maintenance mode (SUM) is often important for recovery
> purposes. The OS leaves it to the admin to take such important
> decisions. :-)
yes, but then he or she knows why certain things on certain places 
unlike those day when it has had to be on those places.

> > Yes, this is the idea of the ideas.
> >
> > But why don't we take Microsoft Word running under wine?
> >
> > I mean, if we strike, we should have a real strike.
> That's a very good suggestion. But let's take into mind that we
> do need the most advanced and modern MICROS~1 technology, so
> FreeBSD should include a pirated copy of "Windows 7" in order
> to run the latest and most expensive pirated copy of "Office",
> programmed in Java, running through "Flash". With music. And
> dancing puppies.
> If - then real. :-)

Yes, this is the best suggestion up to date.

> Polytropon
> From Magdeburg, Germany

Solltest Du jetzt nicht schlafen?

Hier scheint wenigstens die Sonne.


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