Subject: Re: Single user mode: ed(1) or bust
To: Steven M. Bellovin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Hauke Fath <email@example.com>
Date: 05/08/2007 16:46:49
Am 08.05.2007 um 9:30 Uhr -0400 schrieb Steven M. Bellovin:
>> > Does anyone know why NetBSD doesn't ship with the tutorials? I
>> > don't remember where I got the files for my hardcopy from, maybe
>> > FreeBSD.
>> OpenBSD seems to have them. I didn't find them on a FreeBSD 4.x
>There was some deal reached a few years ago to permit their inclusion.
>I seem to recall hearing that there was one last hurdle, but one that
>would be resolved quickly. Perhaps not...
Looks like netbsd-users has been there before:
Greg A. Woods wrote...
Brian Kernighan's original tutorial ("A Tutorial Introduction to the
UNIX Text Editor") that is included in Volume 2 of the early Research
UNIX manuals (eg. V7, 32V, V8 too I think, etc.) was what I remember
reading first, and of course that document is now freely available as
part of the V7 distribution (from Caldera):
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