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Thu Jun 28 09:33:29 CDT 2001
On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, THOU SPAKE:
> On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, linc wrote:
> > > Debian uses a SysV style init. In fact, I am not aware at the moment of
> > > a distribution that still uses a BSD style init.
> > Slackware.
> See my post on Slackware's init .... just to give you the benefit of the
> doubt, what do you think is BSD-ish about it?
Actually, I was never considering the inits, rather, the directory structure
and where things are. I have never examined BSD derivatives, but I am told that
the distros / OS's that I am uncomfortable with have a BSD influence and the
ones I am familiar with have a sysV influence. Solaris, Slackware and Red Hat
make sense to me. HP/UX is another that I can follow, as is AT+T's Unix (as I
experienced it on AT+T / NCR hardware). Debian and *BSD are confusing to me.
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