svn commit: r193493 - stable/7/games/fortune/datfiles
edwin at FreeBSD.org
Fri Jun 5 11:55:35 UTC 2009
Date: Fri Jun 5 11:55:32 2009
New Revision: 193493
MFC of r179459 and r187110:
Remove a quote about the instant-workstation, this port
has been removed ages ago.
netcat is "now" in base, so point people at nc(1) instead of the port.
stable/7/games/fortune/datfiles/freebsd-tips (contents, props changed)
--- stable/7/games/fortune/datfiles/freebsd-tips Fri Jun 5 09:46:00 2009 (r193492)
+++ stable/7/games/fortune/datfiles/freebsd-tips Fri Jun 5 11:55:32 2009 (r193493)
@@ -215,8 +215,8 @@ Over quota? "du -s * | sort -n " will g
-- David Scheidt <dscheidt at tumbolia.com>
-ports/net/netcat port is useful not only for redirecting input/output
-to TCP or UDP connections, but also for proxying them with inetd(8).
+nc(1) (or netcat) is useful not only for redirecting input/output to
+TCP or UDP connections, but also for proxying them with inetd(8).
sh (the default Bourne shell in FreeBSD) supports command-line editing. Just
``set -o emacs'' or ``set -o vi'' to enable it.
@@ -402,16 +402,6 @@ install it by doing
as root. This will install a collection of packages that is appropriate for
running a "generic" server.
-You can get a good standard workstation install by using the
-instant-workstation port/package. If you have ports installed, you can
-install it by doing
- # cd /usr/ports/misc/instant-workstation
- # make install && make clean
-as root. This will install a collection of packages that is convenient to
-have on a workstation.
You can install extra packages for FreeBSD by using the ports system.
If you have installed it, you can download, compile, and install software by
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