Subject: Re: #ifdef __i386 in usr.bin/eject
To: email@example.com (Greg A. Woods), matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org.Oz.Au>
From: Data In~rte~vgri}ity EnginNO CARRIER <greywolf@defender.VAS.viewlogic.com>
Date: 10/25/1995 12:09:44
Well, hey, this time around we have the source -- Hell, we WROTE the source --
so we can make it configurable by an RMEDIA variable, falling back on a
file, say /etc/rmedia.conf (or whatever).
You get the idea. Let's do this one right.
#define AUTHOR "email@example.com (Greg A. Woods)"
* [ On Wed, October 25, 1995 at 14:01:57 (+1000), matthew green wrote: ]
* > Subject: Re: #ifdef __i386 in usr.bin/eject
* > i like how "eject" (no args) works under sunos. i really wish
* > that it would under netbsd, also. it just ejects the cdrom or
* > floppy (or both? don't know)...
* On my Sun 3/260 with SunOS-4.1.1_U1:
* ttyp1:<woods@most> # eject -d
* eject: default device is "/dev/rfd0c"
* ttyp1:<woods@most> # eject -n
* eject: nicknames are:
* fd -> /dev/rfd0c
* fd0 -> /dev/rfd0c
* floppy -> /dev/rfd0c
* /dev/fd0 -> /dev/rfd0c
* /dev/fd0a -> /dev/rfd0c
* /dev/fd0b -> /dev/rfd0c
* /dev/fd0c -> /dev/rfd0c
* sr -> /dev/rsr0
* sr0 -> /dev/rsr0
* cd -> /dev/rsr0
* cdrom -> /dev/rsr0
* /dev/sr0 -> /dev/rsr0
* and the manual page says:
* There should be a way to change the default on a per-user
* It appears the nickname table is hard coded in the SunOS implementation....
* Greg A. Woods
* +1 416 443-1734 VE3TCP robohack!woods
* Planix, Inc. <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Secrets of the Weird <email@example.com>
#undef AUTHOR /* "firstname.lastname@example.org (Greg A. Woods)" */
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