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From: Chris Siebenmann <cks>
To: sam-fans
Subject: Re: 9term under Linux?
Date: Tue, 2 Feb 1999 15:41:27 -0500	[thread overview]
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| So my question is, e.g., Jim, what are you using? Is there a general
| consensus on ease of installation, whatever, getting this p9 'look and
| feel grafted on top of what version of Unix? Are there known problems
| with (obviously) RedHat vs. whatever?

 I find that my version of 9term (it started out at 1.6.6 and grew) is
about equally easy to bring up on anything. The fiddling required is
usually to set up the V_* defines, almost always to not use TCSADRAIN,
and some functions that are prototyped in standard header files in ways
that clash with u.h et al.

 I have similar results for sam and rc (generally).

 They're all Unix. They all work.

	- cks, who's lost count of how many Unixes he's made 9term run on

             reply	other threads:[~1999-02-02 20:41 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 11+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
1999-02-02 20:41 Chris Siebenmann [this message]
  -- strict thread matches above, loose matches on Subject: below --
1999-02-03  7:19 Bengt Kleberg
1999-02-02  6:49 Aharon Robbins
1999-02-02  0:25 Chaotrope
1999-02-02  2:01 ` James A. Robinson
1999-01-28 12:28 Bengt Kleberg
1999-02-02 19:11 ` Mark H. Wilkinson
1999-01-28 11:33 Aharon Robbins
1999-01-28  7:45 Bengt Kleberg
1999-01-26 15:35 Aharon Robbins
1999-01-27 22:24 ` James A. Robinson

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