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Date:      Sun, 19 Jan 2020 11:41:39 +0100
From:      Ralf Mardorf <>
Cc:        Polytropon <>
Subject:   Re: sysctl and /sysfs
Message-ID:  <20200119114139.39e8faa4@archlinux>
In-Reply-To: <>
References:  <4538784.31r3eYUQgx@t800> <>

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On Sun, 19 Jan 2020 06:41:51 +0100, Polytropon wrote:
>> In the spirit of Unix philosophy "everything is a file" [...]  
>In context of Linux...

Funny, but I just watched the beginning and it actually is no reason to
migrate from one FLOSS OS to another. Btw. actually nobody does echo
"random" values, IOW it's polemic.

I also doubt that his Microsoft PowerPoint alike presentation regarding
"$ echo foo > bar" does the job, more likely you need to either
"$ echo foo | sudo tee bar" or to "# echo foo > bar".

On Sun, 19 Jan 2020 09:41:42 +0100, Polytropon wrote:
>In Linux land, there are several startup management systems,
>with systemd probably being the most prominent one. My assumption
>is: Before FreeBSD attempts to implement something comparable,
>maybe Linux should be standardized... but yeah, I know, that's
>not going to happen... ;-)

Actually there is no valid LSB.

LSB test suites are comparable to .

However, as pointed out many times before on this list. There are some
valid reasons to prefer Linux over any BSD (or vice versa) and
there are as well reasons to even prefer restricted proprietary
operating systems over any FLOSS OS, too.

Actually we are still unable to get the fine "Eierlegende
, (I don't
understand Esperanto, but there's no English Wiki available, so it
might be the second best choice of all languages available by the Wiki 
at 2020-01-19).


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