Subject: Re: Abbreviations
To: Luke Mewburn <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/11/2002 20:28:51
> | >Well, if the answer is yes, I've noticed that `modload' says "can't" (my
> | >question comes from here, though)... should be "cannot" ;)
> | speaking of modload...i think it's in the wrong place.
> | % where modload modstat modunload
> | /sbin/modload
> | /usr/bin/modstat
> | /sbin/modunload
> | % cd /usr/src/distrib/sets/lists/
> | % grep -r modstat *
> | base/mi:./usr/bin/modstat base-util-bin
> | man/mi:./usr/share/man/cat8/modstat.0 man-sysutil-catman
> | man/mi:./usr/share/man/man8/modstat.8 man-sysutil-man
> | looks to me like it oughta be in /usr/sbin.
>I don't think so.
>If rc.conf(5)'s $critical_filesystems_remote contains `/usr', how can
>/etc/rc.lkm (as called by /etc/rc.d/lkm1, which starts before
>/etc/rc.d/mountcritremote) function correctly?
sorry, i misspoke. what i meant to say was:
speaking of modload...i think one of its partners (modstat) is in
the wrong place.
modstat is in /usr/bin, the other programs are in an sbin section, and
all the man pages are in section 8.
the "grep" output should have showed me up, but i guess it's early
where you are. ;-)
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