$NetBSD: README,v 1.9 1995/03/21 09:04:33 cgd Exp $
ed is an 8-bit-clean, POSIX-compliant line editor. It should work with
any regular expression package that conforms to the POSIX interface
standard, such as GNU regex(3).
If reliable signals are supported (e.g., POSIX sigaction(2)), it should
compile with little trouble. Otherwise, the macros SPL1() and SPL0()
should be redefined to disable i
$NetBSD: README,v 1.8 1995/03/21 09:05:18 cgd Exp $
The files in this directory with suffixes `.t', `.d', `.r' and `.err' are
used for testing ed. To run the tests, set the ED variable in the Makefile
for the path name of the program to be tested (e.g., /bin/ed), and type
`make'. The tests do not exhaustively verify POSIX compliance nor do
they verify correct 8-bit or long line support.
$NetBSD: README,v 1.2 2008/10/27 07:22:22 mrg Exp $
This directory contains Makefile fragments that will build all of the
NetBSD libraries in 32-bit mode and install them into /usr/lib/<arch>
and also install a /usr/libexec/ld.elf_so-<arch>.
This is current only supported for the amd64 and sparc64 platforms,
where <arch> is "i386" or "sparc" respectively. (It could be used to
build MIPS o32 lib
$Id: README,v 1.2 2008/03/22 08:36:49 mlelstv Exp $
Heimdal is a Kerberos 5 implementation.
This is a set of patches and files to get a DFS ticket from a k5 ticket.
This code comes from Doug E
KERBEROS and DCE INTEROPERABILITY ROUTINES
When k5dcecon was examining the ticket cache
@(#)@(#)README 2.6 2.6 4/2/91
The Post Office Protocol Server: Installation Guide
This kerberized popper was based on popper-1.831beta
which was later announced as "offical" and not
Browse inside src.tgz