Subject: Re: don't remove ksh
To: NetBSD Userlevel Technical Discussion List <email@example.com>
From: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/20/2001 18:50:04
On Sat, 20 Oct 2001, Greg A. Woods wrote:
# Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2001 18:53:01 -0400 (EDT)
# From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
# Reply-To: NetBSD Userlevel Technical Discussion List
# To: NetBSD Userlevel Technical Discussion List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
# Subject: Re: don't remove ksh
# [ On Saturday, October 20, 2001 at 13:56:35 (-0700), Greywolf wrote: ]
# > Subject: Re: don't remove ksh
# > That's comparing apples and twenty-sided dice. In our case, you CAN do
# > it reliably.
# No, you can't. It's literally impossible. You can make some guesses
# based on timestamps, but that's it.
Only in /etc, or only if you opted to overwrite the base system. I can't
think of a single package that skrogs / or /usr off the top of my head.
Of course the top of my head may be missing after this delightful incendiary
# I guess I should know better than to try to talk about reliable systems
# configuration management with people who barely know how to spell RCS or
# CVS. :-)
At least I know how to spell BSD.
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