While reading an Lucid man page, I was pleasantly reminded of this
wonderful OS. "HISTORY The xl device driver first appeared in FreeBSD 3.0."
The first version I got from Walnut Creek. Certainly still have the CDs.
The manual still has references to loader.conf which link nowhere much.
Could it be that FreeBSD is coming to me? I have strayed, you see. My
kernel must be modprobed and I've no idea who built it. Other than it
wasn't me. Can have more FreeBSD in Mint please? Thanks for everything
so far, of course.
Any pointers to what else may be porting this way, or to anything I'd
be surprised to find I'm already using, would be appreciated. Found
tcsh and aee in Synaptic at least :)
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 02:28:12AM +0100, John Murphy wrote:
> While reading an Lucid man page, I was pleasantly reminded of this
> wonderful OS. "HISTORY The xl device driver first appeared in FreeBSD 3.0."
I suspect the xl(4) man page is there as part of the freebsd-manpages
package, which is used as part of Debian's GNU/kFreeBSD port: