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Comment #1 posted on 2022-07-08 17:32:51 by Archer72
That was a good first show. I would like to hear more about C programming, which I know nothing about. Also I think you will have another friend here who likes the BSD's. Audio was just fine, keep it up. :)
Comment #2 posted on 2022-07-20 14:30:17 by norrist
Some interesting future shows. Hopefully you can do a show on you experience with Plan9
Comment #3 posted on 2022-07-20 17:43:17 by Dave Morriss
An excellent first show
I enjoyed this a lot. It sounded really good and had a lot of interesting content.
I'd like to hear more about modern BSD. I used to use proprietary Unixes based on BSD back in the day:
- SunOS on Suns - a little
- DEC Ultrix on DEC MIPs systems (DECstation, DECserver) - daily for several years
- OSF/1 AXP and later Tru64 UNIX on DEC Alphas - a little
Then I moved to Linux at work and at home, so I'm out of touch with the way BSD has developed.
Comment #4 posted on 2022-07-24 12:55:48 by brian-in-ohio
I vote plan9
Comment #5 posted on 2022-08-08 02:08:42 by Shawn
You can remap your ctrl and alt keys using udev hwdb, e.g., interchanging ctrl and caps keys https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Map_scancodes_to_keycodes#Example_for_custom_hwdb And you can use ctrl + [ to send an escape character
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