What happened to mined?
cpressey at catseye.mine.nu
Tue Apr 5 15:16:14 PDT 2005
On Wed, 06 Apr 2005 06:09:26 +0800
Bill Hacker <wbh at xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Matthew Dillon wrote:
> > :
> > :After all the effort to get a lite static-compiled 'emergency' editor
> > :into the environment, it seems to have gone walkabout.
> > :
> > :Have I missed something?
> > :
> > :Bill
> > It was committed a while ago. Any system build should have it now.
> > /usr/src/bin/mined.
> > -Matt
> > Matthew Dillon
> > <dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> More puzzled now than before... I can see making things 'optional' and
> requiring initial migration where appropriate as part of a sysadmin's
> 'personalization' of tools, as with bash (license issue), or joe.
> But '/usr/src' is an empty directory on a default install from ISO CD.
> At least, mine is.
> And, if /usr is mounted then vi, joe, emacs, whatever .. and their libs,
> would be just as 'available', so no particular need for 'static' mined.
> To the extent the objective was to have an emergency editor 'always near
> to hand' to help get out of trouble, i.e. - in /bin or /sbin as a static
> (stripped) binary in case one had to edit /etc/rc(whatever) or
> /etc/fstab - having it in /usr/src/bin seems to run counter.
> ..even if it was actually there...
What ISO are you looking for it on?
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