Subject: Re: The obvious inherent superiority of SVR4 device naming...
To: Ted Lemon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 12/22/1994 12:17:20
[ On Wed, December 21, 1994 at 16:44:12 (-0800), Ted Lemon wrote: ]
> Subject: The obvious inherent superiority of SVR4 device naming...
> > c1d6s0 is a much clearer device name than sd0a
> This is a joke, right? Actually, it sounds like you're serious,
> which just goes to prove that this is another case of baby duck
> syndrome - we like what we learned on.
As a matter of fact I learned on V7 (including internals), and have
hacked on most every kind of unix and unix clone there is.
Over time I've come to like the AT&T SysV naming conventions since they
make it easiest for me to discover what's up with any given system the
moment I approach it.
Greg A. Woods
+1 416 443-1734 VE3TCP robohack!woods
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