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И зачем теперь вообще нужны Illumos со своей OpenIndiana... 🤔https://www.opennet.ru/opennews/art.shtml?num=50543 #BSD #UNIX #ZFS
#BSD #UNIX #ZFS


 
I cobbled together a guide of sorts for setting up your own free #Gopher hole on https://sdf.org

lynx gopher://sdf.org/1/users/spelk

or

gopher://sdf.org:70/users/spelk

Look under the "Muse" section of my spelkhole, its in there.

It should outline the basics of getting a user account, setting up a gopher space and building your first gophermap.

Hopefully it will help people who are curious try out gophering, and some may support #SDF's public access #UNIX server going forward.


 

Not every #terminal #multiplexer is a tiling one ;)

Twin - a Textmode WINdow environment




https://github.com/cosmos72/twin

VWM - Viper Window Manager




http://vwm.sourceforge.net

I think I'll compile twin just because out of curiosity. 😀

#UNIX #Linux


 

Not every #terminal #multiplexer is a tiling one ;)

Twin - a Textmode WINdow environment




https://github.com/cosmos72/twin

VWM - Viper Window Manager




http://vwm.sourceforge.net

I think I'll compile twin just because out of curiosity. 😀

#UNIX #Linux


 
NVMM und HAXM: NetBSD mit neuen Hypervisoren #BSD #HAXM #Hypervisor #NVMM #NetBSD #Unix #VM #Virtualisierung


 
Надо потыкать NomadBSD. Судя по описанию это так же просто, как использовать MagOS Linux с флешки, но только это BSD (FreeBSD). Я хорошо знаю FreeBSD, лучше чем все эти Линухи ваши. Надо взять для попользоваться. #NomadBSD #BSD #UNIX


 
Wow this is a neat find! #retrocomputing #unix #sparc #sparcbook http://triosdevelopers.com/jason.eckert/blog/Entries/2019/3/14_SPARCbook_3000ST_-_The_coolest_90s_laptop.html


 
Continuous Unix commit history from 1970 until today
#history #development #unix #freesoftware
The history and evolution of the Unix operating system is made available as a revision management repository, covering the period from its inception in 1970 as a 2.5 thousand line kernel and 26 commands, to 2017 as a widely-used 27 million line system. The 1.1GB repository contains about half a million commits and more than two thousand merges.


 
This is cool.

Bild/FotoJuha Siltala wrote the following post Thu, 28 Mar 2019 21:55:23 +0100

Continuous Unix commit history from 1970 until today
#history #development #unix #freesw
The history and evolution of the Unix operating system is made available as a revision management repository, covering the period from its inception in 1970 as a 2.5 thousand line kernel and 26 commands, to 2017 as a widely-used 27 million line system. The 1.1GB repository contains about half a million commits and more than two thousand merges.
#BSD


 
#history #development #unix #freesw
The history and evolution of the Unix operating system is made available as a revision management repository, covering the period from its inception in 1970 as a 2.5 thousand line kernel and 26 commands, to 2017 as a widely-used 27 million line system. The 1.1GB repository contains about half a million commits and more than two thousand merges.


 
Las 5 mejores shell para GNU/Linux https://www.ochobitshacenunbyte.com/2019/03/25/las-5-mejores-shell-para-gnu-linux/ #KornShell #SYSADMIN #FreeBSD #ZShell #Linux #Bash #Fish #Tcsh #UNIX #BSD #csh #GNU #ksh
Las 5 mejores shell para GNU/Linux


 
New status by sehnsucht@bsd.network


 
SAR: Informes de CPU, memoria y disco en GNU/Linux https://www.ochobitshacenunbyte.com/2019/03/12/sar-informes-de-cpu-memoria-y-disco-en-gnu-linux/ #LinuxMint #SYSADMIN #OpenSuSE #sysstat #Debian #ubuntu #Linux #Suse #UNIX #cpu #SAR
SAR: Informes de CPU, memoria y disco en GNU/Linux


 
Ohjee, wie cool.

Bild/FotoRainer "diaspora" Sokoll wrote the following post Tue, 12 Mar 2019 17:21:07 +0100

Na? Wer ist alt?
http://www.trilon.com/xv/

#xv #unix
#xv #unix


 
Unix: Sway 1.0 erscheint als i3-kompatibler Wayland-Desktop #Wayland #FreeBSD #Linux #Purism #Unix #librem5 #Applikationen #OpenSource


 


 

A surprisingly arcane little Unix shell pipeline example


In The output of Linux pipes can be indeterministic (via), Marek Gibney noticed that the following shell command has indeterminate output: (echo red; echo green 1>&2) | echo blue This can output any…
Article word count: 511

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19314681
Posted by zdw (karma: 32836)
Post stats: Points: 159 - Comments: 30 - 2019-03-05T22:04:36Z

#HackerNews #arcane #example #little #... show more


 

What you need may be “pipeline +Unix commands” only


I came across Taco Bell Programming recently, and think this article is worthy to read for every software engineer. The post mentions a scenario which you may consider to use Hadoop to solve but…
Article word count: 192

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19293331
Posted by nanxiao (karma: 261)
Post stats: Points: 91 - Comments: 74 - 2019-03-03T08:02:27Z

#HackerNews #commands #may #need #... show more


 
I have been using #Unix since the mid-80's, and I started using #Linux in the early 1990's, after a #Usenet conversation with "some guy" in Finland in which I was told that I should throw my 486 in the garbage and buy a 386. And really, I still do not know what I am doing. I regularly catch little snippets of techniques, or explanations that make me think, "Why the Hell didn't someone tell me that in 1991?" #1991 #Userland #LostInUserland


 

What sticks in your head


This morning I read an article by Dennis Felsing about his
impressive/intimidating Linux desktop
setup
. He uses a lot of
tools that are not the easiest way to get things done immediately but
are long-term productivity investments.

Remembrance of syntax past


Felsing apparently is able to remember the syntax of scores of tools and
programming languages. I cannot. Part of the reason is practice. I
cannot remember the syntax of any software I don’t use regularly. It’s
tempting to say that’s the end of the story: use it or lose it.
Everybody has their set of things they use regularly and remember.

But I don’t think that’s all. I remember bits of math that I haven’t
used in 30 years. Math fits in my head and sticks. Presumably software
syntax sticks in the heads of people who use a lot of software tools... show more


 

Why Linus Torvalds says ARM servers will fail, and why Unix didn't


It's not the ARM servers themselves, Linus says. It's not the chipsets. It's that the ecosystem isn't there. And he's right.

https://www.realworldtech.com/forum/?threadid=183440&curpostid=183486

Slight diversion here from my main point:
Exact same issue on the software side as with the hardware. Cross-development is pointless and stupid when the alternative is to just develop and deploy on the same platform. Yes, you can do it, but you generally would like to avoid it if at all possible.

End result: cross-development is mainly done for platforms that are so weak as to make it pointless to develop on them. Nobody does native development in the embedded space. But whenever the target is powerful enough to support native development, there's a huge pressure to do it that way, because the cross-development model is so relatively painful.
Weak, yes, or not r... show more


 

The hard part in becoming a command line wizard


I’ve long been impressed by shell one-liners. They seem like magical
incantations. Pipe a few terse commands together, et voilà! Out pops
the solution to a problem that would seem to require pages of code.

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Are these one-liners real or mythology? To some extent, they’re both.
Below I’ll give a famous real example. Then I’ll argue that even though
such examples do occur, they may create unrealistic expectations.

Bentley’s exercise


In 1986, Jon Bentley posted the following exercise:
Given a text file and an integer k, print the k most common words
in the file (and the number of their occurrences) in decreasing
frequency.
Donald Knuth wrote... show more


 
Seit der Einführung von Computern kamen niedersächsische Finanzbehörden mit #Unix und #Linux zurecht. Jetzt möchte die Landesregierung den Umstieg von #openSUSE zu #Windows erzwingen.
Technische oder funktionelle Notwendigkeit? Soll es nicht geben. Risiko oder Kostenabschätzung? Habe wohl auch nicht stattgefunden.

Zusätzlicher Aufwand und Kosten - aber hey, was soll man denn sonst mit den Ressourcen und Steuergeldern machen?

https://www.heise.de/meldung/Windows-Zwangsmigration-Strafanzeige-gegen-niedersaechsische-Landesregierung-4309953.html?wt_mc=rss.ho.top-news.atom


 

Problem solving with Unix commands


I am starting to realize that the Unix command-line toolbox can fix absolutely any problem related to text wrangling. Let me tell you about a problem I had, and how I used some Unix command-line…
Article word count: 1046

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19160659
Posted by v3gas (karma: 155)
Post stats: Points: 104 - Comments: 80 - 2019-02-14T09:20:46Z

#HackerNews #commands #problem #solving #unix... show more