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Date:      Fri, 17 Mar 1995 22:47:13 -0600 (CST)
From:      Jim Bryant <>
To:        efb@suned1.Nswses.Navy.Mil (Everett F Batey SysAdm)
Subject:   Re: Load and then
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In-Reply-To: <9503170626.AA14843@slced1> from "Everett F Batey SysAdm" at Mar 16, 95 10:26:40 pm

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> From: efb@suned1.Nswses.Navy.Mil (Everett F Batey SysAdm)
> Date: Thu, 16 Mar 95 22:26:40 PST
> To:
> Subject: Load and then
> Got a 4.4 Lite Load off the FreeBSD_2.0 CDROM from WalnutCreek.
> Upon landing at a rebooted Unix prompt having loaded EVERYTHING but
> the DES that was not there, I went looking for a useable xinit or xstart

Grab the secrdist from

Also, you will find the 950210 snapshot release much more stable.

If you grab the snapshot, also grab /usr/src/sys/kern/vfs_syscalls.c from 
the -current directory.  Or wait a week or so, a new snaphot should be 
out soon according to a msg in -hackers recently [Jordan?].

> and some docs to go with is all
> with it all .. lo and behold couldnt find tcsh .. a good configx sample
> for my S3 .. info .. an d much more .. 

/usr/local/bin/tcsh, can't help with S3...

> Probably if I had not been half a sleep .. I would have seen a readme
> and some more info on how to get tip, cu .. kermit and such started.
> Im here cause Im a BSD junkie .. not because I am much more competent
> thatxxxx than a Linux user .. was up to SLIP last weekend .. now back
> to a term connection with no <BKSP> emulation .. 
> Any pointers to the big doc set .. systinstall wined about no text files
> on the floppy .. while running from /harddrive ... thanks for a lead
> /Ev/

ISBN 1-56592-082-1, 5-volume set, CSRG, USENIX/O'Reilly & Associates, 1994

   4.4BSD SMM - System Manager's Manual
   4.4BSD PRM - Programmer's Reference Manual
   4.4BSD PSD - Programmer's Supplementary Documents
   4.4BSD URM - User's Reference Manual
   4.4BSD USD - User's Supplementary Documents

ISBN 1-56592-081-3, CSRG, USENIX/O'Reilly & Associates, 1994

   4.4BSD-Lite CD-ROM Companion, ISO-9660, R.R. Ext, Sources and dox for 

All of the above from Barnes & Noble for approx $210...

BTW: I just switched Internet America from BSDI to FreeBSD, mucho bettah!@#

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