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Re: None

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Posted: 5 Days 17 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

Strange, I can't get tail -r to work on Debian. (invalid option -- 'r') Of course tail -rq gives the same result.

None

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Posted: 5 Days 18 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Don't know about freebsd but dragonfly has implemented tac recently. It effectively is tail -rq https://gitweb.dragonflybsd.org/dragonfly.git/commit/b743b76f8c2cc8315de7eac87507463cccaded9c

bash tac in freebsd

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Posted: 5 Days 21 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

While working on displaying last user in a thread, I found that bash tac worked well and is much faster that cat as I want to get the latest files first and they're at the end of the overview. Seems freebsd doesn't have tac, so I used cat

OS != NOS

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Posted: 10 Days 15 Hours ago by: Anonymous

I meant this one then. And impressive is the right word: the graphics and soundeffects were really nice.

Re: AmigaNOS

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Posted: 10 Days 17 Hours ago by: Marc SCHAEFER

Actually, there were two different things: AmigaDOS or AmigaOS: was the Amiga's Multitasking Lightweight Message-based OS: the hardware and the software was quite impressive: I used Amiga-based hardware for video editing unti

AmigaNOS

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Posted: 11 Days 4 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Used that for gaming only. Internet came 10 years later for me (using a commercial Unix at my tech and finding my way through pine).

Re: b32

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Posted: 11 Days 10 Hours ago by: Marc SCHAEFER

Want to hear a modem connecting to the Internet in 2020 ? and see a modem UNIX connection, a PPP connection, a SSH and a few pings ? There are generated English subtitles from the French ones I guess [1] Oh, and even some web browsing. My

Re: b32

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Posted: 11 Days 10 Hours ago by: Marc SCHAEFER

Want to hear a modem connecting to the Internet in 2020 ? and see a modem UNIX connection, a PPP connection, a SSH and a few pings ? There are generated English subtitles from the French ones I guess [1] (my first Internet connection was

Re: b32

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Posted: 11 Days 15 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

I had forgotten about libwww, it's been a long time :) I was still using BBSs in 1992, but finally found internet access in 1993 (through a BBS). Brings back memories of SLIP, PPP, Trumpet Winsock etc. That was a lot of fun. Not to mentio

Re: b32

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Posted: 11 Days 18 Hours ago by: Marc SCHAEFER

When I had my last Gopher server around 1990, I had a simple FTP interface to upload to it. Today, WebDAV or SSH could be used :) Then I discovered libwww and I installed my first WWW server (around 1992?). Gopher is typically a precur

Re: b32

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Posted: 11 Days 18 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

Here's a snippet from wikipedia that is well worded: "The Gopher protocol is a communications protocol designed for distributing, searching, and retrieving documents in Internet Protocol networks" Gopher is great for pulling and reading

b32

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Posted: 12 Days 6 Hours ago by: Anonymous

http://6s72dyf6jwlvk2u455lksvcs5r7deafc3iniwo5kp4ssm777noma.b32.i2p/ here you go. if gopher is not for posting, who is creating content than ? server admins only ?

Re: gopher

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Posted: 12 Days 22 Hours ago by: Retro Guy

I still can't get there. Tried three jump services but to no avail. A b32 would be great :) Retro Guy

gopher

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Posted: 15 Days 5 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Yes, I knew that you wanted do to that, but I never followed up. Some ppl in the thread quoted believe that it is suited well to i2p. It's odd thatyou cannot reach kelvinchan. I can post the b32 if necessary. cheers trw --b82a695599c2ad

Re: gopher on i2p

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Posted: 16 Days 13 Hours ago by: AnonUser

I used gopher a long time ago to browse through documents, etc. at universities. It was awesome at the time, just the fact that you had access to the info! Did you know that Rocksolid is available by gopher: rocksolidbbs.com:70 Attache

gopher on i2p

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Posted: 18 Days 2 Hours ago by: Anonymous

Hey Retro Guy, someone is sharing your interest in ...let's say some "less used" protocols: http://kelvinchan.i2p/tech/res/42.html#42 I have never tried gopher myself, but sounds good. cheers trw

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