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Re: Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) and NetBSD
> Solaris has had /var for some time. That one seems to be somewhat
And rightly so; it's something BSD needed.
>> - /netbsd, well, the canonical kernel was /vmunix back then, but I
>> think that one can be waved off. :)
> /unix for the AT&T world; /vmunix is a BSDism. Albeit, Solaris has
And I think IRIX called it /irix, though that memory is _really_ fuzzy.
I'm fairly sure there's at least one other vendor variant whose default
kernel name is a slight tweak on their name for their OS (like
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