Subject: Re: The new rc.d stuff...
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Peter Seebach <email@example.com>
Date: 04/08/2000 21:25:26
In message <20000408211534.A18228@thebrain.conmicro.cx>, Jay Maynard writes:
>Not everyone has the luxury of learning the nuances of a particular variant
>of Unix on a machine at their house that's purely a hobbyist box, with no
>consequences of a crash other than the mild inconvenience of reloading. Even
>experienced Unix admins who have never seen NetBSD boxes will make mistakes
>while learning how to administer them.
Especially if they're coming to NetBSD from a different Unix. Or don't we
want that? ;)
>I'll say it again: The machine MUST be as robust as possible EVEN IN THE
>FACE OF MISCONFIGURATION.
Yay! Something I can agree with without having to add any content of my own.