Subject: None
To: <>
From: None <genesis!>
List: netbsd-bugs
Date: 01/20/1994 01:11:00
Greetings, Earthlings!
    A few things I've encountered in 0.9:

                1. the domainname(1) man page appears to have started out
                in life as a copy of hostname(1) but was never completely
                "transformed" to actually describe domainname, instead.

                2. endless recursion on:
                        ls -R /
                due to resolution of /kern/root as /

                3. when "quotacheck -av" encounters a discrepancy, the
                "fixed:" message references units of 512 byte blocks
                whereas all other quota utilities reference 1K blocks.

                4. an action field in /etc/syslog.conf of the form:
                causes "problems"... but, since I don't have a network
                configured, I don't know exactly what the problems are!
                I stumbled upon this by setting:
                        *.emerg         @foobar
                and the shutdown process got stuck halfway through...

Sorry for any ^M's in this (it started out in life on an MS-DOG platform)