Subject: Re: Removing GNU tar and GNU cpio from src?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 01/27/2003 05:17:26
>> If the filesystem is FFS, and it is run as a user who can read the
>> raw disk, my tar qualifies [...]
> This is mousetar in pkgsrc right?
Presumably, but I don't know for sure - I didn't create the package,
nor have I looked at it.
> I'll have to take a look.
If the source file doesn't have a comment block heading each function,
it is rather severely out of date. (I'll be happy, of course, to send
you a modern version if you like.) Any version that has the commenting
should have the FFS-reading code. I don't think I've touched that part
of it in a long time.
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