DragonFlyBSD / 386BSD 1.0 - modularity
alexjeffburke at gmail.com
Wed Aug 3 07:05:12 PDT 2005
I just wanted to say I am also very insterested in the contents of
that CD, license permitting. I would love to see those explanatory
documents (probably extremly helpful for a beginner), and also the
sources to this version of 386BSD (V1.0) that had the modularized
kernel. If the CD was still available, I would probably buy it - but
it seems long gone. The other CDs I inteand to buy are the CSRG
releases on CD by Mr McKusick.
Thanks, Alex J Burke.
On 8/3/05, Michael Schuh <michael.schuh at xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello Greg,
> Hello @all,
> > > If you're stomping around in 386BSD, you might find
> > > of interest the 11 articles written by Lynne and
> > > William Jolitz in the January through November 1991
> > > editions of Dr. Dobbs Magazine. These should be
> > > accessible at most good research libraries. This
> > > series of articles was entitled "Porting Unix to the
> > > 386". Their book and the articles seem somewhat
> > > similarly flavored.
> > Yes, this was in fact my introduction to BSD. I also bought a very
> > expensive CD-ROM with "386BSD V 1.0" from Dr. Dobbs. It contains the
> > complete text of the articles in some obsolete Microsoft format. If
> > anybody's interested, *and if the license permits*, I'll make them
> > available.
> Hmmm, i be very interested, i hops up and down if you can get us these
> best regards
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