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authorJordan K. Hubbard <jkh@FreeBSD.org>1997-03-15 23:33:29 +0000
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Merge from -current (modulo the release string, which is set to 2.2. in this
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Notes
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diff --git a/FAQ/FAQ.sgml b/FAQ/FAQ.sgml
index e00e29ce68..589ee58f73 100644
--- a/FAQ/FAQ.sgml
+++ b/FAQ/FAQ.sgml
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
-<!-- $Id: FAQ.sgml,v 1.13.2.6 1997-02-24 00:23:26 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: FAQ.sgml,v 1.13.2.7 1997-03-15 23:29:02 jkh Exp $ -->
<article>
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
<author>Maintainer: Peter da Silva <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:pds@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;pds@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>
-<date>$Date: 1997-02-24 00:23:26 $
+<date>$Date: 1997-03-15 23:29:02 $
<abstract>
This is the FAQ for FreeBSD systems version 2.X All entries are
assumed to be relevant to FreeBSD 2.0.5+, unless otherwise noted.
@@ -34,11 +34,8 @@ Any entries with a &lt;XXX&gt; are under construction.
Every effort has been made to make this FAQ as informative as
possible; if you have any suggestions as to how it may be improved,
- please feel free to mail them to the
-
- <url url="mailto:questions@FreeBSD.ORG" name="FreeBSD-questions
- Mailing list"> or to <url url="mailto:faq@FreeBSD.ORG"
- name="FreeBSD FAQ mailing list">
+ please feel free to mail them to the <url
+ url="mailto:pds@FreeBSD.ORG" name="FAQ maintainer">.
<sect1>
<heading>What is FreeBSD?</heading>
@@ -46,10 +43,10 @@ Any entries with a &lt;XXX&gt; are under construction.
Briefly, FreeBSD 2.X is a UN*X type operating system based on
U.C. Berkeley's 4.4BSD-lite release for the i386 platform. It is
also based indirectly on William Jolitz's port of U.C. Berkeley's
- Net/2 to the i386, known as 386BSD. However, a very considerable
- number of bug fixes and enhancements have been made to the original
- code base, resulting in an extremely powerful and highly sophisticated
- operating system.
+ Net/2 to the i386, known as 386BSD, though very little of the 386BSD
+ code remains. A fuller description of what FreeBSD is and how
+ it can work for you may be found in the <url url="../../welcome.html"
+ name="Welcome Document">.
FreeBSD is used by companies, Internet Service Providers, researchers,
computer professionals, students and home users all over the world
@@ -70,7 +67,7 @@ Any entries with a &lt;XXX&gt; are under construction.
that our first and foremost "mission" is to provide code to any
and all comers, and for whatever purpose, so that the code gets
the widest possible use and provides the widest possible benefit.
- This is, I believe, one of the most fundamental goals of Free
+ This is, we believe, one of the most fundamental goals of Free
Software and one that we enthusiastically support.
That code in our source tree which falls under the GNU Public License
@@ -105,82 +102,87 @@ Any entries with a &lt;XXX&gt; are under construction.
<sect1>
<heading>What is the latest version of FreeBSD?</heading>
<p>
- Version 2.1.5 is the latest version; it was released in mid-July, 1996.
+ Version 2.1.7 is the latest version; it was released in February, 1997.
<sect1>
<heading>What is FreeBSD-current?</heading>
<p>
- FreeBSD-current is the development version of the operating system,
- which will in due course become version 2.2. As such, it is really
- only of interest to developers working on the system. See the section
- ``Staying current with FreeBSD'' in the
-
- <url url="../handbook/handbook.html" name="FreeBSD Handbook">
+ <url url="../handbook/current.html" name="FreeBSD-current"> is the
+ development version of the operating system, which will in due
+ course become version 3.0. As such, it is really only of interest
+ to developers working on the system and die-hard hobbiests.
+ See the <url url="../handbook/current.html" name="relevant section">
+ in the <url url="../handbook/handbook.html" name="handbook"> for
+ details.
<sect1>
<heading> What are ``snapshots''?<label id="snapshots"></heading>
<p>
- Every now and again, a ``snapshot'' is taken of the development
- code, which is prepared as if it were an official release; recently,
+ Every now and again, a <url url="../releases/snapshots.html"
+ name="snapshot"> is taken of the development code and prepared
+ more or less as if it were an official release; recently,
CDROMs have even been cut from the snapshots. The intention is to:-
<itemize>
- <item>Test the latest version of the installation routine.
+ <item>Test the latest version of the installation software.
<item>Allow people who would like to run -current, but who don't
have the time and/or bandwidth to follow it on a day-to-day
- basis, an easy way to do so.
+ basis, an easy way to bootstrap it onto their systems.
<item>
- Preserve a fixed reference point as to when the code was
- reasonably reliable.
+ Preserve a fixed reference point for the code in question,
+ in case we really break something badly later.
<item>Ensure that a new feature in need of testing has the
greatest possible number of potential testers.
</itemize>
- The astute reader will have noticed that the last two items are
- somewhat mutually incompatible. As snapshots are based on
- development code, no claim is made that a snapshot is regarded as
- being of ``production quality'' - for that, you will have to use
- official releases.
+ No claim is made that a snapshot is regarded as being of
+ ``production quality'' for any purpose. For that, you will
+ have to stick to full releases.
<sect1>
<heading> What about FreeBSD-stable?</heading>
<p>
Back when FreeBSD 2.0.5 was released, we branched FreeBSD
- development into two parts. One branch was named -stable, with the
+ development into two parts. One branch was named <url
+ url="../handbook/stable.html" name="-stable">, with the
intention that only well-tested bug fixes and small incremental
enhancements would be made to it (for Internet Service Providers
and other commercial enterprises for whom sudden shifts or
experimental features are quite undesirable). The other branch was
- 2.2-current, which essentially has been one unbroken line leading
- towards 2.2-RELEASE since 2.0 was released. If a little ASCII art
+ 3.3-current, which essentially has been one unbroken line leading
+ towards 3.0-RELEASE since 2.0 was released. If a little ASCII art
would help, this is how it looks:
<verb>
- 2.0
- |
- |
- |
- 2.0.5 ---> 2.1 ---> 2.1.5 ---> 2.1.6 ---* [-stable ends]
- | (Dec 1996)
- |
- [2.2-current] 2.2-SNAPs
- |
- |
- 2.2-RELEASE (scheduled for Q1 1997)
- |
- |
- .
- \|/
- +
-
- [future releases]
+ 2.0
+ |
+ |
+ |
+ 2.0.5 -> 2.1 -> 2.1.5 -> 2.1.6 -> 2.1.7 [2.1-stable ends]
+ | (Feb 1997)
+ |
+ [3.0-current] 2.2-SNAPs
+ |
+ |
+ 2.2-ALPHA -> -BETA -> -GAMMA -> 2.2-RELEASE -> [2.2-stable]
+ | (Q1 1997)
+ |
+ 3.0-SNAPs (Q1 1997)
+ |
+ |
+ \|/
+ +
+
+ [future 3.x releases]
</verb>
<p>
- The -current branch is slowly progressing towards 2.2 and beyond,
- whereas the -stable branch will effectively end with 2.1.6.
+ The -current branch is slowly progressing towards 3.0 and beyond,
+ whereas the existing -stable branch will be terminated by the
+ release of 2.2, resurrecting itself as 2.2-stable after the
+ 2.2-RELEASE is out.
<sect1>
- <heading>Why is the -stable branch ending with 2.1.6? </heading>
+ <heading>Why is the -stable branch ending with 2.1.7? </heading>
<p>
While we'd certainly like to be able to continue both branches of
development, we've found that the version control tools available to
@@ -192,7 +194,7 @@ Any entries with a &lt;XXX&gt; are under construction.
Perhaps in the future we'll figure out another model which gives
everyone what they want, and we are working on such a model, but in
the meantime it's probably best to think of -stable coming to an end
- with 2.1.6-RELEASE.
+ with 2.1.7-RELEASE.
<sect1>
<heading> When are FreeBSD releases made?</heading>
@@ -209,67 +211,13 @@ Any entries with a &lt;XXX&gt; are under construction.
Releases are made about every 6 months on average.
<sect1>
- <heading>How do I make my own custom release?<label id="custrel"></heading>
- <p>
- To make a release you need to do three things: First, you need to
- be running a kernel with the <tt/vn/ driver configured in. Add
- this to your kernel config file and build a new kernel:
-
- <verb>
-pseudo-device vn #Vnode driver (turns a file into a device)
- </verb>
-
- Second, you have to have the whole CVS repository at hand.
- To get this you can use
- <url url="../handbook/cvsup.html" name="CVSUP">
- but your tag value, if any, should be `.' and your release name
- should be cvs:
-
- <verb>
-*default prefix=/home/ncvs base=/a host=cvsup.FreeBSD.org release=cvs delete compress use-rel=suffix
-
-## Main Source Tree
-src-all
-src-eBones
-src-secure
-
-# Other stuff
-ports-all
-www
- </verb>
-
- Then run <tt/cvsup -g supfile/ to suck all the good bits into your
- box...
-
- Finally, you need a chunk of empty space to build into. Let's
- say it's in <tt>/some/big/filesystem</tt>, and from the example
- above you've got the CVS repository in <tt>/home/ncvs</tt>:
-
- <verb>
-setenv CVSROOT /home/ncvs # or export CVSROOT=/home/ncvs
-cd /usr/src/release
-make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
- </verb>
-
- An entire release will be built in
- <tt>/some/big/filesystem/release</tt>
- and you will have a full FTP-type installation in
- <tt>/some/big/filesystem/release/R/ftp</tt>
- when you're done. If you want to build your SNAP along some other
- branch than -current, you can also add <tt/RELEASETAG=SOMETAG/ to
- the make release command line above, e.g. <tt/RELEASETAG=RELENG_2_2/
- would build an up-to-the- minute 2.2 GAMMA snapshot.
-
- <sect1>
<heading> Is FreeBSD only available for PCs?</heading>
<p>
At present, yes. If your machine has a different architecture, we
suggest you look at
<url url="http://www.netbsd.org/" name="NetBSD">
-
or
-
<url url="http://www.openbsd.org/" name="OpenBSD">.
<sect1>
@@ -277,8 +225,8 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
<p>
The key decisions concerning the FreeBSD project, such as the
overall direction of the project and who is allowed to add code to
- the source tree, are made by a ``core team'' consisting of 14
- people. There is a much larger group, of about 50 people, who can
+ the source tree, are made by a ``core team'' consisting of 16
+ people. There is a much larger group of around 60 people who can
make changes to the source tree.
<p>
However, most non-trivial changes are discussed in advance in the
@@ -289,10 +237,12 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
<heading>Where can I get FreeBSD?<label id="where-get"></heading>
<p>
The distribution is available via anonymous ftp from:
- <url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/" name="the FreeBSD FTP site">
+ <url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/"
+ name="the FreeBSD FTP site">
- For the current release, 2.1.5R, look in:
- <url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.5-RELEASE/" name="FreeBSD 2.1.5-RELEASE">
+ For the current release, 2.1.7R, look in:
+ <url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.7-RELEASE/"
+ name="FreeBSD 2.1.7-RELEASE">
FreeBSD is also available via CDROM, from the following place(s):
@@ -302,7 +252,8 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
Orders: (800)-786-9907<newline>
Questions: (510)-674-0783<newline>
FAX: (510)-674-0821<newline>
- email: <url url="mailto:orders@cdrom.com" name="WC Orders address"> <newline>
+ email: <url url="mailto:orders@cdrom.com"
+ name="WC Orders address"> <newline>
WWW: <url url="http://www.cdrom.com/" name="WC Home page"><newline>
In Australia, you may find it at:
@@ -333,91 +284,23 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
Fax: +44 01892 667473<newline>
(Do not dial the leading zero if calling from outside the UK).
- <sect1>
- <heading>What FreeBSD mailing lists are available?</heading>
- <p>
- The following mailing lists are provided for FreeBSD users and
- developers. For more information, send to
- &lt;majordomo@FreeBSD.ORG&gt; and include a single line saying
- ``help'' in the body of your message.
- <descrip>
- <tag/announce/ For announcements about or on FreeBSD.
- <tag/hackers/ Useful for persons wishing to work on the internals.
- <tag/questions/ General questions on FreeBSD.
- <tag/bugs/ Where bugs should be sent.
- <tag/SCSI/ Mailing list for SCSI developers.
- <tag/current/ This is the mailing list for communications
- between the developers and users of freebsd-current. It also
- carries announcements and discussions on current. <tt
- /Required/ reading for anyone using freebsd-current!
- <tag/security/ For issues dealing with system security.
- <tag/platforms/ Deals with ports to non-Intel platforms.
- <tag/ports/ Discussion of the Ports collection.
- <tag/fs/ Discussion of FreeBSD Filesystems.
- <tag/hardware/ Discussion on hardware requirements for
- FreeBSD.
- <tag/committers/ All CVS commit messages
- <tag/chat/ Miscellaneous chit-chat that does not belong
- anywhere else, humour, etc.
- <tag/hubs/ This the mailing-list for all of the generous
- people who manage the ``regional'' part of the <tt/freebsd.org/
- domain.
- <tag/users-groups/ For the local area Users Groups coordinators.
- </descrip>
- <p>
- The FreeBSD-commit list has been broken up into groups dealing
- with different areas of interest. Please see the FreeBSD mailing
- list FAQ in:
- <url url="../handbook/eresources:mail.html" name="Handbook entry on mailing-lists">
- <p>
+
<sect1>
- <heading>How can I get on the mailing lists?</heading>
- <p>
- Example:
- <p>
- To subscribe to the <tt/questions/ list, you'll to send a message
- containing the following command in the <bf/body/ of the message
- (the subject will be ignored):
- <verb>
- subscribe questions john.smith@foo.bar (John Smith)
- </verb>
+ <heading>Where do I find info on the mailing lists?</heading>
+ <p>
+ You can find full information in the
+ <url url="../handbook/eresources:mail.html"
+ name="Handbook entry on mailing-lists.">
<p>
- Unsubscribing is just as easy:-
- <verb>
- unsubscribe questions john.smith@foo.bar (John Smith)
- </verb>
- Just remember to send your request
- to
- <url url="mailto:Majordomo@FreeBSD.ORG" name="the mail administrator">
- and <bf/not/ to the list itself! (The last thing the subscribed
- users want to see is administrative requests...)
<sect1>
<heading>What FreeBSD news groups are available?</heading>
<p>
- There are two newsgroups currently dedicated to FreeBSD:
- <descrip>
- <tag/comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.announce/ For announcements
- <tag/comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc/ General discussion
- </descrip>
- The following newsgroups may also be of interest to
- general BSD enthusiasts:
- <descrip>
- <tag><tt/comp.unix.bsd/</tag>
- General BSD topics
- </descrip>
- <tt>/usr/ports/news</tt> contains a number of ready-ported
- programs not only for reading Usenet News, but even setting
- up and running your own News server! You'll find trn, TIN,
- Cnews, INN and others there.
-
- For French-speaking people, the <tt/fr.comp.os.bsd/ group is for
- you; there is also a Japanese newsgroup, <tt /fj.os.bsd.freebsd/.
- If you do not receive these newsgroups, ask your system
- administrator to get them for you.
- </sect1>
-
+ You can find full information in the
+ <url url="../handbook/eresources:news.html"
+ name="Handbook entry on newsgroups.">
+
<sect1>
<heading>Is there anything about FreeBSD on IRC (Internet Relay Chat) ?</heading>
<p>
@@ -433,18 +316,17 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
<heading>Books on FreeBSD</heading>
<p>
Greg Lehey's book ``Installing and Running FreeBSD'' is available
- from Walnut Creek and ships with the 2.1.5 CDROM. There is also
+ from Walnut Creek and ships with the 2.1.7 CDROM. There is also
a larger book entitled ``The Complete FreeBSD'', which comes with
- additional printed manpages and includes the 2.1.5 CDROM set. It
+ additional printed manpages amd includes the 2.1.7 CDROM set. It
should be available in most good bookshops now.
There is a FreeBSD Documentation Project which you may contact (or
even better, join) on the <tt>doc</tt> mailing list:
<url url="mailto:doc@FreeBSD.ORG" name="&lt;doc@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;">.
- A FreeBSD ``handbook'' is being created, and can be found as:
-
- <url url="../handbook/handbook.html" name="the FreeBSD Handbook">
+ A FreeBSD ``handbook'' is availible, and can be found as:
+ <url url="../handbook/handbook.html" name="the FreeBSD Handbook">.
Note that this is a work in progress, and so parts may be incomplete.
However, as FreeBSD 2.X is based upon Berkeley 4.4BSD-Lite, most
@@ -494,11 +376,12 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
SLIP/PPP, sendmail, INN/NNTP, printing, etc.. It's expensive
(approx. US&dollar;45-&dollar;55), but worth it. It also
includes a CDROM with the sources for various tools; most of
- these, however, are also on the FreeBSD 2.1.5R CDROM (and the
+ these, however, are also on the FreeBSD 2.1.7R CDROM (and the
FreeBSD CDROM often has newer versions).
<sect1>
- <heading>I have heard about the Problem Report database. Is there an easy way to accesss it ?</heading>
+ <heading>I have heard about the Problem Report database.
+ Is there an easy way to accesss it ?</heading>
<p>
The Problem Report database, filled with all the problems, bugs
and changes requested by users with help of the <url
@@ -529,6 +412,11 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
The FreeBSD handbook has a pretty complete
<url url="../handbook/bibliography.html" name="Bibliography">
+ <label id="pao">There's also a wealth of information about using
+ FreeBSD on laptops at
+ <url url="http://www.jp.FreeBSD.org/PAO/"
+ name="Tatsumi Hosokawa's Mobile Computing page"> in Japan.
+
<sect>
<heading>Installation</heading>
<p>
@@ -560,7 +448,7 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
of the FreeBSD installation (lucky you!), the simplest way to
install FreeBSD is to download
<url
- url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.5-RELEASE/floppies/boot.flp"
+ url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.7-RELEASE/floppies/boot.flp"
name="the boot image,"> make a boot floppy, boot with it and watch it
pull down all the necessary files. Depending on connection speed and
how much of FreeBSD you wish to install, this could take several hours
@@ -586,29 +474,14 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
<sect1>
<heading>Where are the instructions for installing FreeBSD?</heading>
<p>
- Installation instructions can be found as:
-
- <url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.5-RELEASE/INSTALL"
- name="INSTALL from 2.1.5R">
-
- Release notes are also available as:
+ Installation instructions can be found in the
+ <url url="../handbook/install.html"
+ name="Handbook install section.">
- <url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.5-RELEASE/RELNOTES"
- name="RELNOTES from 2.1.5R">
-
- On the CDROM, the following files are in the top-most directory:
-
- <verb>
- HARDWARE.TXT -- Hardware information
- INSTALL -- Installation instructions
- README.TXT -- Basic README file
- RELNOTES -- Release notes
- </verb>
-
<sect1>
<heading>What do I need to run FreeBSD?</heading>
<p>
- you'll need a 386 or better PC, with 4 MB or more of RAM and at
+ You'll need a 386 or better PC, with 4 MB or more of RAM and at
least 60 MB of hard disk space. It can run with a low end MDA
card but to run X11R6, a VGA or better video card is needed.
@@ -617,16 +490,23 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
<sect1>
<heading>I have only 4 MB of RAM. Can I install FreeBSD?</heading>
<p>
- The latest version of FreeBSD (2.1.5) will install on a 4MB
- system, provided you use the <url
- url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.5-RELEASE/floppies/boot4.flp"
- name="special boot floppy for 4MB systems.">
+ FreeBSD 2.1.7 is the last version of FreeBSD that will install on
+ a 4MB system. Newer versions of FreeBSD, like 2.2, need at least
+ 5MB to install on a new system.
+
+ All versions of FreeBSD, including 2.2, will RUN in 4MB of ram. You
+ can add extra memory for the install process, if you like, and then
+ after the system is up and running, go back to 4MB.
- FreeBSD 2.1.5 does not install in 4 MB. To be exact: it does
- not install with 640 kB base + 3 MB extended memory. If your
- motherboard can remap some of the ``lost'' memory out of the
- 640kB to 1MB region, then you may still be able to get FreeBSD
- 2.1.5 up.
+ Use <url
+ url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.7-RELEASE/floppies/boot4.flp"
+ name="special boot floppy for 4MB computers from FreeBSD 2.1.7">
+
+ There are also situations in which FreeBSD 2.1.7 will not install
+ in 4 MB. To be exact: it does not install with 640 kB base + 3 MB
+ extended memory. If your motherboard can remap some of the ``lost''
+ memory out of the 640kB to 1MB region, then you may still be able
+ to get FreeBSD 2.1.7 up.
Try to go into your BIOS setup and look for a ``remap'' option.
Enable it. You may also have to disable ROM shadowing.
@@ -635,27 +515,14 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
custom kernel with only the options you need and then get the 4
MB out again.
- You may also install 2.0.5 and then upgrade your system to 2.1.5
- with the ``upgrade'' option of the 2.1.5 installation program.
+ You may also install 2.0.5 and then upgrade your system to 2.1.7
+ with the ``upgrade'' option of the 2.1.7 installation program.
After the installation, if you build a custom kernel, it will run
in 4 MB. Someone has even succeeded in booting with 2 MB (the
system was almost unusable though :-))
<sect1>
- <heading>I've got some other special requirements, can I make my own
- custom install floppy?</heading>
- <p>
- Currently there's no way to *just* make a custom install floppy.
- You have to cut a whole new release, which will include your
- install floppy. There's some code in
- <TT>/usr/src/release/floppies/Makefile</TT> that's supposed to let
- you *just* make those floppies, but it's not really gelled yet.
-
- To make a custom release, follow the instructions
- <ref id="custrel" name="here">.
-
- <sect1>
<heading>Can Windows 95 co-exist with FreeBSD?</heading>
<p>
@@ -665,7 +532,8 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
<sect1>
<heading>How can I have more than one operating system on my PC?</heading>
<p>
- Have a look at <url url="http://www.in.net/~jayrich/doc/multios.html" name="The multi-OS page.">
+ Have a look at <url url="http://www.in.net/~jayrich/doc/multios.html"
+ name="The multi-OS page.">
<sect1>
<heading>Can I install on an IDE disk with bad blocks?</heading>
@@ -706,10 +574,10 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
<sect1>
<heading>Help! I can't install from tape!</heading>
<p>
- If you are installing 2.1.5R from tape, you must create the tape
+ If you are installing 2.1.7R from tape, you must create the tape
using a tar blocksize of 10 (5120 bytes). The default tar
blocksize is 20 (10240 bytes), and tapes created using this
- default size cannot be used to install 2.1.5R; with these tapes,
+ default size cannot be used to install 2.1.7R; with these tapes,
you will get an error that complains about the record size being
too big.
@@ -742,6 +610,8 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
+----------------------------------------+
</verb>
+ See also <ref id="pao" name="this note"> on the Mobile Computing page.
+
<sect1>
<heading>Which geometry should I use for a disk drive?<label id="geometry"></heading>
<p>
@@ -809,6 +679,23 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
translation is turned on - see previous question). For IDE, the
corresponding figure is 504MB.
+ <sect1><heading>What about disk managers? My BIOS doesn't support large drives!</heading>
+ <p>
+ FreeBSD recognises the Ontrack Disk Manager and makes allowances
+ for it. Other disk managers are not supported.
+
+ If you just want to use the disk with FreeBSD you don't need a
+ disk manager. Just configure the disk for as much space as the
+ BIOS can deal with (usually 504 megabytes), and FreeBSD
+ should figure out how much space you really have. If you're using
+ an old disk with an MFM controller, you may need to explicitly
+ tell FreeBSD how many cylinders to use.
+
+ If you want to use the disk with FreeBSD and another operating
+ system, you may be able to do without a disk manager: just make sure
+ the the FreeBSD boot partition and the slice for the other
+ operating system are in the first 1024 cylinders.
+
<sect1>
<heading>When I boot FreeBSD I get ``Missing Operating System''.</heading>
<p>
@@ -848,17 +735,19 @@ make release BUILDNAME=3.0-MY-SNAP CHROOTDIR=/some/big/filesystem/release
<p>
Divide up your FreeBSD slice according to taste and press `w' when
you are happy with the way it looks. Again, say ``Yes'' when asked
- for confirmation, and press `q' to quit.
+ for confirmation, and press `q' to quit. If you're adding swap
+ space on the second drive, look at <ref id="swap" name="this note">
+ for a nasty little gotcha that can cause no end of trouble.
<p>
<label id="2_1-disklabel-fix">
- <bf>Using disklabel(8) manually with 2.1.5-RELEASE</bf>
+ <bf>Using disklabel(8) manually</bf>
<p>
<em>WARNING: There is no substitute for reading carefully
&amp; understanding what you are doing! Things described here may
DESTROY your system. Proceed with caution! Remember, a BACKUP is your
friend!</em>
<p>
- <tt /sysinstall/ is broken with 2.1.5-RELEASE and will
+ <tt /sysinstall/ used to be broken up to 2.1.5-RELEASE and will
insist on mounting something at / in the disklabel editor. You will
have to manually run <tt /disklabel(8)/ before you can run
<tt /newfs(8)/. This means doing the math for partitions
@@ -935,6 +824,22 @@ drivedata: 0
<p>
<bf /Note:/ You can directly edit the disklabel with
''<tt>disklabel -e wd0s2</tt>''. See <tt /disklabel(8)/.
+ <p>
+ If you have at least FreeBSD 2.1.5, and you want to dedicate
+ an entire disk to FreeBSD without any care for other
+ systems, you might shorten the steps above to something like:
+<verb>
+# dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/rwd0 count=100
+# disklabel -Brw wd0 auto
+# disklabel -e wd0
+</verb>
+
+ The first <tt/dd/ command ensures there is no old junk at
+ the beginning of the disk that might confuse the disk code
+ in the kernel. Following is an automatic skeleton label
+ generation using the defaults that have been probed from the
+ disk at boot time. Editing this label continues as described
+ above.
<p>
You're done! Time to initialise the filesystems with something
like:-
@@ -991,6 +896,12 @@ drivedata: 0
magic in 386BSD 0.1 through FreeBSD 2.0, thus partition
'e' is often used for the first non-bootable partition
containing a filesystem.)
+ <tag><label id="swap">
+ <bf>Warning about swap space</bf></tag>
+ The space required by the BSD partition table is allowed
+ for in the file system. It's not allowed for by the swap
+ partition. So don't start swap at cylinder 0, either offset
+ it or put a file system in partition 'a'.
</descrip>
<sect1>
@@ -1032,6 +943,9 @@ drivedata: 0
should only be required if you are using ISA devices, although
one or two broken EISA and VLB devices may need it as well).
+ Also look at the section on <ref id="reallybigram"
+ name="&gt;64M machines"> if you have that much memory.
+
<sect1>
<heading>I keep seeing messages like ``<tt/ed1: timeout/''.</heading>
<p>
@@ -1137,6 +1051,7 @@ drivedata: 0
<descrip>
<tag/Adaptec/
+ AH-1505 &lt;ISA&gt; <newline>
AH-152x Series &lt;ISA&gt; <newline>
AH-154x Series &lt;ISA&gt; <newline>
AH-174x Series &lt;EISA&gt; <newline>
@@ -1193,6 +1108,43 @@ drivedata: 0
SCSI drives.
<sect1>
+ <heading>How about ZIP drives?</heading>
+
+ <p>
+ FreeBSD supports the SCSI ZIP drive out of the box, of course. The
+ ZIP drive can only be set to run at SCSI target IDs 5 or 6, but if
+ your SCSI host adapter's BIOS supports it you can even boot from
+ it. I don't know which host adapters let you boot from targets
+ other than 0 or 1... look at your docs (and let me know if it works
+ out for you).
+
+ There is no built in support for the parallel ZIP drive, and if you
+ haven't bought your ZIP drive already I recommend you get the SCSI
+ one... the price is the same, and the performance is much better,
+ and you're unlikely to ever be able to boot from the parallel port.
+
+ If you already have a parallel ZIP, there is a port of the Linux
+ driver available at
+ <url url="http://www.prism.uvsq.fr/~son/ppa3.html"
+ name="Nicolas Souchu's home page"> in France.
+
+ Also check out <ref id="jaz" name="this note on removable drives">.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading>And how about JAZ, EZ, and other removable drives?</heading>
+
+ <p>
+ Apart from the IDE version of the EZ drive, these are all SCSI
+ devices, so the should all look like SCSI disks to FreeBSD, and
+ the IDE EZ should look like an IDE drive.
+
+ <label id="jaz">
+ I'm not sure how well FreeBSD supports changing the media out
+ while running. You will of course need to dismount the drive
+ before swapping media, and make sure that any external units are
+ powered on when you boot the system so FreeBSD can see them.
+
+ <sect1>
<heading>What multi-port serial cards are supported by FreeBSD?</heading>
<p>
@@ -1266,7 +1218,8 @@ options PSM_CHECKSYNC #checks the header byte for sync.
<heading>I have a laptop with a track-ball mouse.</heading>
<p>
- Please refer to the answer to the previous question.
+ Please refer to <ref id="ps2mouse" name="the answer to the previous question">.
+ And check out <ref id="pao" name="this note"> on the Mobile Computing page.
<sect1>
<heading>What types of tape drives are supported under FreeBSD?</heading>
@@ -1412,7 +1365,7 @@ options PSM_CHECKSYNC #checks the header byte for sync.
<heading>I am about to buy a new machine. What do you recommend?</heading>
<p>
- See the <htmlurl url="handbook/hw.html" name="hardware section">
+ See the <url url="../handbook/hw.html" name="hardware section">
of the handbook.
-->
<sect1>
@@ -1475,11 +1428,10 @@ options PSM_CHECKSYNC #checks the header byte for sync.
situation very well.
So now, the best you can do is to pretend there were no address
- range clash :), go right ahead and edit the file
- <tt>/sys/i386/eisa/eisaconf.h</tt>. Look for a line defining the
- macro <tt/EISA_SLOTS/, and bump the number it's defining to 12.
+ range clash :), by bumping the kernel option <tt/EISA_SLOTS/
+ to a value of 12.
Configure and compile a kernel, as described in the
- <url url="../handbook/kernelconfig.html"
+ <url url="http://www.freebsd.org/handbook/kernelconfig.html"
name="Handbook entry on configuring the kernel">.
Of course, this does present you a chicken-and-egg problem when
@@ -1492,14 +1444,38 @@ eisa 12
quit
</verb>
- at the prompt, and install your system as usual. Don't forget
- to install the kernel source distribution, since you need to
- build a custom kernel, or otherwise you would have to repeat the
- described procedure at each boot! <tt/dset(8)/ doesn't save this
- change for you.
+ at the prompt, and install your system as usual. While it's
+ recommendable to compile and install a custom kernel anyway,
+ <tt/dset(8)/ now also understands to save this value.
Hopefully, future version will have a proper fix for this problem.
+ <sect1>
+ <heading>What's up with this CMD640 IDE controller?</heading>
+
+ <p>It's broken. It cannot handle commands on both channels
+ simultaneously.
+
+ <p>There's a workaround available now, but as of FreeBSD 2.2,
+ we felt it was still not long enough in the source tree to
+ shake out any potential bugs. Hence it is disabled by default.
+ To enable it, you have to reconfigure and recompile your kernel
+ with
+<verb>
+options "CMD640"
+</verb>
+
+ in the config file.
+
+ <p>In order to install the system, you must however ensure
+ that only one channel of this controller will be used. Don't
+ forget about ATAPI CD-ROM drives here -- if you are using one,
+ it must be the slave on the primary channel. Once your new
+ kernel is in place, you can rearrange the machine as you like.
+
+ <p>The workaround is likely to be enabled by default in future
+ versions.
+
<sect>
<heading>Commercial Applications</heading>
@@ -1688,7 +1664,9 @@ crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 41, 1 Oct 15 22:14 spx
<heading>How do I configure INN (Internet News) for my machine?</heading>
<p>After installing the inn package or port, the
- <url url="http://www.math.psu.edu/barr/INN.html" name="Dave Barr's INN Page"> where you'll find the INN FAQ may be an excellent place to start.
+ <url url="http://www.math.psu.edu/barr/INN.html"
+ name="Dave Barr's INN Page">
+ where you'll find the INN FAQ may be an excellent place to start.
<sect>
<heading>Miscellaneous Questions</heading>
@@ -1711,7 +1689,8 @@ crw-rw-rw- 1 root wheel 41, 1 Oct 15 22:14 spx
<heading>How can I add more swap space?</heading>
<p>The best way is to increase the size of your swap partition, or
- take advantage of this convenient excuse to add another disk, but
+ take advantage of this convenient excuse to add another disk (and
+ see <ref id="swap" name="this note"> if you do), but
<bf/Werner Griessl/ has provided these instructions for setting FreeBSD
up for swapping to a file:
@@ -1817,12 +1796,39 @@ pseudo-device vn #Vnode driver (turns a file into a device)
</verb>
<sect1>
+ <heading>How do I mount a secondary DOS partition?</heading>
+
+ <p>
+ The secondary DOS partitions are found after ALL the primary
+ partitions. For example, if you have an "E" partition as the
+ second DOS partition on the second SCSI drive, you need to create
+ the special files for "slice 5" in /dev, then mount /dev/sd1s5:
+
+ <verb>
+ % cd /dev
+ % ./MAKEDEV sd1s5
+ % mount -t msdos /dev/sd1s5 /dos/e
+ </verb>
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading>Can I mount other foreign filesystems under FreeBSD?</heading> <p>
+ <bf/ Digital UNIX/ UFS CDROMs can be mounted directly on FreeBSD.
+ Mounting disk partitions from Digital UNIX and other systems
+ that support UFS may be more complex, depending on the details
+ of the disk partitioning for the operating system in question.
+ <p>
+ <bf/ Linux/: 2.2 and later have support for <bf/ext2fs/ partitions.
+ See mount_ext2fs(8) for more information.
+
+ Any other information on this subject would be appreciated.
+
+ <sect1>
<heading>How can I use the NT loader to boot FreeBSD?</heading>
<p>
The general idea is that you copy the first sector of your
- native root Linux or FreeBSD partition into a file in the DOS/NT
+ native root FreeBSD or Linux partition into a file in the DOS/NT
partition. Assuming you name that file something like
- <tt>c:&bsol;bootsect.lnx</tt> or <tt>c:&bsol;bootsect.bsd</tt>
+ <tt>c:&bsol;bootsect.bsd</tt> or <tt>c:&bsol;bootsect.lnx</tt>
(inspired by <tt>c:&bsol;bootsect.dos</tt>) you can then edit the
<tt>c:&bsol;boot.ini</tt> file to come up with something like
this:
@@ -1832,32 +1838,32 @@ pseudo-device vn #Vnode driver (turns a file into a device)
default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Windows NT"
- C:\BOOTSECT.LNX="Linux"
C:\BOOTSECT.BSD="FreeBSD"
+ C:\BOOTSECT.LNX="Linux"
C:\="DOS"
</verb>
This procedure assumes that DOS, NT, Linux, FreeBSD, or whatever
have been installed into their respective fdisk partitions on the
<bf/same/ disk. In my case DOS &amp; NT are in the first fdisk
- partition, Linux in the second, and FreeBSD in the third. I also
- installed Linux and FreeBSD to boot from their native partitions,
+ partition, FreeBSD in the second, and Linux in the third. I also
+ installed FreeBSD and Linux to boot from their native partitions,
not the disk MBR, and without delay.
Mount a DOS-formatted floppy (if you've converted to NTFS) or the
FAT partition, under, say, <tt>/mnt</tt>.
- In Linux:
+ In FreeBSD:
<verb>
- dd if=/dev/sda2 of=/mnt/bootsect.lnx bs=512 count=1
+ dd if=/dev/rsd0a of=/mnt/bootsect.bsd bs=512 count=1
</verb>
- In FreeBSD:
+ In Linux:
<verb>
- dd if=/dev/rsd0a of=/mnt/bootsect.bsd bs=512 count=1
+ dd if=/dev/sda2 of=/mnt/bootsect.lnx bs=512 count=1
</verb>
- Reboot into DOS or NT. NTFS users copy the <tt/bootsect.lnx/
- and/or the <tt/bootsect.bsd/ file from the floppy to
+ Reboot into DOS or NT. NTFS users copy the <tt/bootsect.bsd/
+ and/or the <tt/bootsect.lnx/ file from the floppy to
<tt/C:&bsol;/. Modify the attributes (permissions) on
<tt/boot.ini/ with:
@@ -1872,7 +1878,7 @@ pseudo-device vn #Vnode driver (turns a file into a device)
attrib -r -s c:\boot.ini
</verb>
- If Linux or FreeBSD are booting from the MBR, restore it with the
+ If FreeBSD or Linux are booting from the MBR, restore it with the
DOS ``<tt>fdisk /mbr</tt>'' command after you reconfigure them to
boot from their native partitions.
@@ -1915,20 +1921,14 @@ pseudo-device vn #Vnode driver (turns a file into a device)
memory as being fine, it's possible for slightly marginal memory
to pass all memory tests, yet fail under operating conditions
(such as during busmastering DMA from a SCSI controller like the
- Adaptec 1542, when you're beating on memory by compiling a kernel,
- or just when the system's running particularly hot).
+ Adaptec 1542).
- The SIG11 FAQ (listed below) points up slow memory as being the
- most common problem. Increase the number of wait states in your
- BIOS setup, or get faster memory.
+ Often the guilty party is bad cache RAM or a bad on-board cache
+ controller. Try disabling the on-board (secondary) cache in the
+ BIOS setup and see if that solves the problem.
- For me the guilty party has been bad cache RAM or a bad on-board
- cache controller. Try disabling the on-board (secondary) cache in
- the BIOS setup and see if that solves the problem.
-
- There's an extensive FAQ on this at
- <url url="http://www.bitwizard.nl/sig11/"
- name="the SIG11 problem FAQ">
+ You may have to run with no on-board cache. This isn't a disaster,
+ but it's certainly less than ideal.
<sect1>
<heading>Help! X Window menus and dialog boxes don't work right!</heading>
@@ -2125,42 +2125,14 @@ pseudo-device vn #Vnode driver (turns a file into a device)
<sect1>
<heading>What is this thing called ``<tt/sup/'', and how do I use it?</heading>
- <p>
- You should really be using CVSup, not sup, according to the latest
- skinny. I'm going to bug the hackers for a section describing that.
- In the meantime:
-
+ <p>
SUP stands for Software Update Protocol, and was developed by CMU
- for keeping their development trees in sync. We use it to keep
+ for keeping their development trees in sync. We used it to keep
remote sites in sync with our central development sources.
- Unless you have direct Internet connectivity, and don't care too
- much about the cost/duration of the sessions, you shouldn't use
- sup. For those ``low/expensive-bandwidth'' applications, we have
- developed <tt/CTM/, see the section <ref id="ctm" name="on CTM">
- for more about that.
-
- To use it, you need to have direct Internet connectivity (not
- just mail or news). First, pick up the <tt/sup.tgz/ package
- from:
-
- <url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/packages/sup.tgz"
- name="The SUP package">
-
- Second, read the <url
- url="http://www.freebsd.org/How/handbook/sup.html"
- name="Handbook entry on SUP">
-
- This file describes how to setup sup on your machine. You may
- also want to look at
-
- <tt>/usr/src/share/examples/sup/*-supfile</tt>, or you may grab
- updated supfiles from:
-
- <url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/FAQ/extras"
- name="Updated SUP files">
-
- which are a set of supfiles for supping from <tt/FreeBSD.ORG/.
+ SUP is not bandwidth friendly, and has been retired. The current
+ recommended method to keep your sources up to date is
+ <url url="../handbook/cvsup.html" name="Handbook entry on CVSup">
<sect1>
<heading>How cool is FreeBSD?</heading>
@@ -2261,7 +2233,7 @@ pseudo-device vn #Vnode driver (turns a file into a device)
Yes, you can do this <tt /without/ downloading the whole source tree
by using the
<url
- url="http://www.freebsd.org/How/handbook/handbook/ctm.html"
+ url="../handbook/ctm.html"
name="CTM facility.">
<sect1>
@@ -2283,14 +2255,11 @@ pseudo-device vn #Vnode driver (turns a file into a device)
</verb>
<sect1>
- <heading>&lt;XXX&gt; I'd like to browse the system dumps after a panic.</heading>
-
- <sect1>
<heading>I've written a kernel extension, who do I send it to?</heading>
<p>
Please take a look at:
- <url url="http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/How/handbook/submitters.html"
+ <url url="../handbook/submitters.html"
name="The Handbook entry on how to submit code.">
And thanks for the thought!
@@ -2582,7 +2551,7 @@ disk fd1 at fdc0 drive 1
GIMP. 256Kb is plenty for X11R6 shared memory.
<sect1>
- <heading>I have 128 MB of RAM but the system only uses 64 MB.</heading>
+ <heading>I have 128 MB of RAM but the system only uses 64 MB.<label id="reallybigram"></heading>
<p>
Due to the manner in which FreeBSD gets the memory size from the
@@ -2714,7 +2683,7 @@ disk fd1 at fdc0 drive 1
Please have a look at the Handbook entry on printing. It
should cover most of your problem. See the
<url
- url="http://www.freebsd.org/How/handbook/printing.html"
+ url="../handbook/printing.html"
name="Handbook entry on printing.">
</sect1>
@@ -2848,7 +2817,7 @@ disk fd1 at fdc0 drive 1
network, and reads the necessary files from a server instead of
its hard disk. For full details, please read
- <url url="http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/How/handbook/diskless.html"
+ <url url="../handbook/diskless.html"
name="the Handbook entry on diskless booting">
<sect1>
@@ -2921,13 +2890,13 @@ disk fd1 at fdc0 drive 1
handbook in <tt>/usr/share/doc/handbook</tt> or use the following
links:
- <url url="http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/How/handbook/slips.html"
+ <url url="../handbook/slips.html"
name="Handbook entry on SLIP (server side)">
- <url url="http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/How/handbook/slipc.html"
+ <url url="../handbook/slipc.html"
name="Handbook entry on SLIP (client side)">
- <url url="http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/How/handbook/ppp.html"
+ <url url="../handbook/ppp.html"
name="Handbook entry on PPP (kernel version)">
- <url url="http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/How/handbook/userppp.html"
+ <url url="../handbook/userppp.html"
name="Handbook entry on PPP (user-mode version)">
<sect1>
@@ -2987,7 +2956,7 @@ disable pred1
See
<url
- url="http://www.freebsd.org/How/handbook/nfs.html"
+ url="../handbook/nfs.html"
name="the Handbook entry on NFS">
for more information on
@@ -3294,7 +3263,7 @@ domain foo.bar.edu
<p>
If you have compiled your kernel with the <tt/IPFIREWALL/
option, you need to be aware that the default policy as of
- 2.1.5R (this actually changed during 2.1-STABLE development)
+ 2.1.7R (this actually changed during 2.1-STABLE development)
is to deny all packets that are not explicitly allowed.
<p>
diff --git a/FAQ/Makefile b/FAQ/Makefile
index 8153a2792a..80bc33cf4d 100644
--- a/FAQ/Makefile
+++ b/FAQ/Makefile
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-# $Id: Makefile,v 1.2 1996-09-28 22:20:17 jfieber Exp $
+# $Id: Makefile,v 1.2.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:04 jkh Exp $
DOC= FAQ
SRCS= FAQ.sgml
diff --git a/handbook/Makefile b/handbook/Makefile
index 8ae65c96f1..420f25dbe4 100644
--- a/handbook/Makefile
+++ b/handbook/Makefile
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-# $Id: Makefile,v 1.17.2.4 1996-12-23 12:27:48 joerg Exp $
+# $Id: Makefile,v 1.17.2.5 1997-03-15 23:29:06 jkh Exp $
SRCS= authors.sgml basics.sgml bibliography.sgml boothelp.sgml
SRCS+= booting.sgml contrib.sgml crypt.sgml ctm.sgml current.sgml cvsup.sgml
diff --git a/handbook/authors.sgml b/handbook/authors.sgml
index 5c7e98223f..c7eaef4d48 100644
--- a/handbook/authors.sgml
+++ b/handbook/authors.sgml
@@ -1,16 +1,29 @@
-<!-- $Id: authors.sgml,v 1.37.2.3 1996-12-23 02:01:11 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: authors.sgml,v 1.37.2.4 1997-03-15 23:29:07 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
Names and email address of contributing authors and CVS committers.
Use these entities when referencing people. Please note the use of single
and double quotes.
+Please keep this list in alphabetical order by entity names.
-->
<!ENTITY a.ache "Andrey A. Chernov
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ache@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;ache@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.adam "Adam David
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:adam@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;adam@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alex "Alex Nash
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:alex@freebsd.org'
+ name='&lt;alex@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.amurai "Atsushi Murai
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:amurai@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;amurai@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.andreas "Andreas Klemm
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:andreas@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;andreas@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -19,22 +32,54 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:asami@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;asami@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.ats "Andreas Schulz
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ats@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;ats@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.awebster "Andrew Webster
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:awebster@pubnix.net'
name='&lt;awebster@pubnix.net&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.dave "Dave Cornejo
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dave@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;dave@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.bde "Bruce Evans
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:bde@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;bde@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brian "Brian Somers
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:brian@awfulhak.org'
+ name='&lt;brian@awfulhak.org&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.cawimm "Charles A. Wimmer
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:cawimm@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;cawimm@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.chuck "Chuck Robey
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@glue.umd.edu'
+ name='&lt;chuckr@glue.umd.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.chuckr "Chuck Robey
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.cracauer "Martin Cracauer
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:cracauer@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;cracauer@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.csgr "Geoff Rehmet
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:csgr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;csgr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.danny "Daniel O'Callaghan
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:danny@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;danny@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.darrenr "Darren Reed
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:darrenr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;darrenr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.dave "Dave Cornejo
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dave@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;dave@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.davidg "David Greenman
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:davidg@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;davidg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -43,6 +88,14 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:davidn@blaze.net.au'
name='&lt;davidn@blaze.net.au&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.dfr "Doug Rabson
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dfr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;dfr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.dima "Dima Ruban
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dima@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;dima@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.dufault "Peter Dufault
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dufault@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;dufault@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -51,6 +104,22 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dyson@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;dyson@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.eivind "Eivind Eklund
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:perhaps@yes.no'
+ name='&lt;perhaps@yes.no&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.erich "Eric L. Hernes
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:erich@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;erich@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.fenner "Bill Fenner
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fenner@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;fenner@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.fsmp "Steve Passe
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.gclarkii "Gary Clark II
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gclarkii@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;gclarkii@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -63,21 +132,53 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ghelmer@alpha.dsu.edu'
name='&lt;ghelmer@alpha.dsu.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.gibbs "Justin T. Gibbs
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.gj "Gary Jennejohn
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gj@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;gj@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.gpalmer "Gary Palmer
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gpalmer@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;gpalmer@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.graichen "Thomas Graichen
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:graichen@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;graichen@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.gryphon "Coranth Gryphon
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gryphon@healer.com'
name='&lt;gryphon@healer.com&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.guido "Guido van Rooij
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:guido@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;guido@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.hanai "Hiroyuki HANAI
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hanai@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;hanai@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.handy "Brian N. Handy
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu'
+ name='&lt;handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.hm "Hellmuth Michaelis
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hm@kts.org'
+ name='&lt;hm@kts.org&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.hsu "Jeffrey Hsu
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hsu@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;hsu@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.imp "Warner Losh
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:imp@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;imp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jhay "John Hay
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jhay@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jhay@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jdp "John Polstra
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jdp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.jehamby "Jake Hamby
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jehamby@lightside.com'
@@ -87,10 +188,42 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jfieber@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;jfieber@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jfitz "James FitzGibbon
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:james@nexis.net'
+ name='&lt;james@nexis.net&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jhay "John Hay
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jhay@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jhay@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.jkh "Jordan K. Hubbard
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jkh@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;jkh@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jlind "John Lind
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:john@starfire.MN.ORG'
+ name='&lt;john@starfire.MN.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jlrobin "James L. Robinson
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmacd "Joshua Peck Macdonald
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmb "Jonathan M. Bresler
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmb@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmb@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmg "John-Mark Gurney
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmg@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmz "Jean-Marc Zucconi
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmz@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmz@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.joerg "J&ouml;rg Wunsch
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:joerg@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;joerg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -99,9 +232,21 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:john@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;john@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jlind "John Lind
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:john@starfire.MN.ORG'
- name='&lt;john@starfire.MN.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jraynard "James Raynard
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jraynard@freebsd.org'
+ name='&lt;jraynard@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.julian "Julian Elischer
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:julian@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;julian@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jvh "Johannes Helander
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jvh@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jvh@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.karl "Karl Strickland
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:karl@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;karl@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.kato "Takenori KATO
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:kato@FreeBSD.ORG'
@@ -111,6 +256,26 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:kelly@fsl.noaa.gov'
name='&lt;kelly@fsl.noaa.gov&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.lars "Lars Fredriksen
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:lars@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;lars@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ljo "L Jonas Olsson
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ljo@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;ljo@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.markm "Mark Murray
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:markm@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;markm@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.martin "Martin Renters
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:martin@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;martin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.max "Masafumi NAKANE
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:max@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;max@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.mayo "Mark Mayo
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:mayo@quickweb.com'
name='&lt;mayo@quickweb.com&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -127,10 +292,18 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:md@bsc.no'
name='&lt;md@bsc.no&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.mpp "Mike Pritchard
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:mpp@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;mpp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.msmith "Michael Smith
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:msmith@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;msmith@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.nate "Nate Williams
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nate@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;nate@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.nik "Nik Clayton
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nik@blueberry.co.uk'
name='&lt;nik@blueberry.co.uk&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -139,6 +312,14 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nsj@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;nsj@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.obrien "David O'Brien
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu'
+ name='&lt;obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.olah "Andras Olah
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:olah@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;olah@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.opsys "Chris Watson
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:opsys@open-systems.net'
name='&lt;opsys@open-systems.net&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -159,262 +340,114 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:phk@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;phk@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.rgrimes "Rodney Grimes
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rgrimes@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ricardag@ag.com.br'
- name='&lt;ricardag@ag.com.br&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.scrappy "Marc G. Fournier
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.smpatel "Sujal Patel
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:smpatel@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;smpatel@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.uhclem "Frank Durda IV
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:uhclem@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;uhclem@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.ulf "Ulf Zimmerman
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ulf@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;ulf@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.whiteside "Don Whiteside
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:whiteside@acm.org'
- name='&lt;whiteside@acm.org&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.wilko "Wilko Bulte
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wilko@yedi.iaf.nl'
- name='&lt;wilko@yedi.iaf.nl&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.wollman "Garrett Wollman
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wollman@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;wollman@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.gibbs "Justin T. Gibbs
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.proven "Chris Provenzano
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:proven@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;proven@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.pst "Paul Traina
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:pst@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;pst@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.sos "S&oslash;ren Schmidt
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:sos@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;sos@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.nate "Nate Williams
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nate@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;nate@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.karl "Karl Strickland
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:karl@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;karl@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.rgrimes "Rodney Grimes
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rgrimes@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;rgrimes@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.csgr "Geoff Rehmet
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:csgr@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;csgr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.rhuff "Robert Huff
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rhuff@cybercom.net'
+ name='&lt;rhuff@cybercom.net&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.ats "Andreas Schulz
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ats@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;ats@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.ricardag "Ricardo AG
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ricardag@ag.com.br'
+ name='&lt;ricardag@ag.com.br&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.rich "Rich Murphey
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rich@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;rich@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jvh "Johannes Helander
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jvh@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jvh@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.proven "Chris Provenzano
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:proven@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;proven@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.guido "Guido van Rooij
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:guido@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;guido@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.roberto "Ollivier Robert
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:roberto@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;roberto@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.hsu "Jeffrey Hsu
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hsu@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;hsu@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.scrappy "Marc G. Fournier
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.bde "Bruce Evans
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:bde@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;bde@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.se "Stefan Esser
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:se@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;se@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.sef "Sean Eric Fagan
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:sef@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;sef@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.se "Stefan Esser
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:se@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;se@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.torstenb "Torsten Blum
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:torstenb@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;torstenb@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.smace "Scott Mace
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:smace@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;smace@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.julian "Julian Elischer
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:julian@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;julian@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.smpatel "Sujal Patel
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:smpatel@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;smpatel@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.dfr "Doug Rabson
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dfr@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;dfr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.sos "S&oslash;ren Schmidt
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:sos@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;sos@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.martin "Martin Renters
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:martin@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;martin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.steve "Steve Price
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:steve@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;steve@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.swallace "Steven Wallace
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:swallace@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;swallace@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.ljo "L Jonas Olsson
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ljo@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;ljo@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.dima "Dima Ruban
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dima@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;dima@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.tegge "Tor Egge
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:tegge@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;tegge@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.lars "Lars Fredriksen
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:lars@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;lars@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.tg "Thomas Gellekum
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:tg@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;tg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jmz "Jean-Marc Zucconi
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmz@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jmz@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.torstenb "Torsten Blum
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:torstenb@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;torstenb@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.ugen "Ugen J.S.Antsilevich
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ugen@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;ugen@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.wpaul "Bill Paul
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wpaul@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;wpaul@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.amurai "Atsushi Murai
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:amurai@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;amurai@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.jmacd "Joshua Peck Macdonald
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.olah "Andras Olah
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:olah@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;olah@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.roberto "Ollivier Robert
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:roberto@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;roberto@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.markm "Mark Murray
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:markm@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;markm@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.gj "Gary Jennejohn
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gj@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;gj@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.mpp "Mike Pritchard
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:mpp@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;mpp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.smace "Scott Mace
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:smace@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;smace@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.erich "Eric L. Hernes
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:erich@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;erich@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.graichen "Thomas Graichen
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:graichen@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;graichen@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.uhclem "Frank Durda IV
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:uhclem@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;uhclem@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.adam "Adam David
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:adam@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;adam@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.ulf "Ulf Zimmermann
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ulf@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;ulf@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.tg "Thomas Gellekum
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:tg@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;tg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.whiteside "Don Whiteside
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:whiteside@acm.org'
+ name='&lt;whiteside@acm.org&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jdp "John Polstra
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jdp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.wilko "Wilko Bulte
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wilko@yedi.iaf.nl'
+ name='&lt;wilko@yedi.iaf.nl&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jlrobin "James L. Robinson
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.wlloyd "Bill Lloyd
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wlloyd@mpd.ca'
+ name='&lt;wlloyd@mpd.ca&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jmb "Jonathan M. Bresler
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmb@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jmb@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.wollman "Garrett Wollman
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wollman@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;wollman@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.wosch "Wolfram Schneider
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wosch@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;wosch@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.fenner "Bill Fenner
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fenner@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;fenner@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.brian "Brian N. Handy
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu'
- name='&lt;handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.chuck "Chuck Robey
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@glue.umd.edu'
- name='&lt;chuckr@glue.umd.edu&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.jraynard "James Raynard
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jraynard@freebsd.org'
- name='&lt;jraynard@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.alex "Alex Nash
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:alex@freebsd.org'
- name='&lt;alex@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.hm "Hellmuth Michaelis
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hm@kts.org'
- name='&lt;hm@kts.org&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.rhuff "Robert Huff
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rhuff@cybercom.net'
- name='&lt;rhuff@cybercom.net&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.chuckr "Chuck Robey
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.jfitz "James FitzGibbon
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:james@nexis.net'
- name='&lt;james@nexis.net&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.max "Masafumi Nakane
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:max@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;max@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.obrien "David O'Brien
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu'
- name='&lt;obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.fsmp "Steve Passe
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.steve "Steve Price
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:steve@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;steve@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.wpaul "Bill Paul
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wpaul@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;wpaul@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.wlloyd "Bill Lloyd
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wlloyd@mpd.ca'
- name='&lt;wlloyd@mpd.ca&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.yokota "Kazutaka YOKOTA
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:yokota@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;yokota@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
diff --git a/handbook/basics.sgml b/handbook/basics.sgml
index a41df338ca..bd7fc46f43 100644
--- a/handbook/basics.sgml
+++ b/handbook/basics.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: basics.sgml,v 1.7 1996-05-16 23:17:47 mpp Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: basics.sgml,v 1.7.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:09 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>Unix Basics<label id="basics"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/bibliography.sgml b/handbook/bibliography.sgml
index 626162b8c1..96877e8dd6 100644
--- a/handbook/bibliography.sgml
+++ b/handbook/bibliography.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: bibliography.sgml,v 1.14 1996-10-04 22:53:59 wosch Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: bibliography.sgml,v 1.14.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:09 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt>
@@ -13,6 +13,28 @@
manual.
<sect>
+ <heading>Books & magazines specific to FreeBSD</heading>
+
+ <p><bf>International books & Magazines:</bf>
+
+ <p><itemize>
+ <item><htmlurl url="http://freebsd.csie.nctu.edu.tw/~jdli/book.shtml"
+ name="Using FreeBSD"> (in Chinese).
+ <item>FreeBSD for PC 98'ers (in Japanese), published by SHUWA
+ System Co, LTD. ISBN4-87966-468-5 C3055 P2900E.
+ <item>FreeBSD (in Japanese), published by CUTT.
+ ISBN4-906391-22-2 C3055 P2400E.
+ </itemize>
+
+ <p><bf>English language books & Magazines:</bf>
+
+ <p><itemize>
+ <item><htmlurl url="http://www.cdrom.com/titles/os/bsdbook2.htm"
+ name="The Complete FreeBSD">, published by <htmlurl
+ url="http://www.cdrom.com" name="Walnut Creek CDROM">.
+ </itemize>
+
+ <sect>
<heading>Users' guides</heading>
<p><itemize>
diff --git a/handbook/boothelp.sgml b/handbook/boothelp.sgml
index 4354092744..275eb74721 100644
--- a/handbook/boothelp.sgml
+++ b/handbook/boothelp.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: boothelp.sgml,v 1.2 1995-12-11 15:09:06 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: boothelp.sgml,v 1.2.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:10 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN" [
diff --git a/handbook/booting.sgml b/handbook/booting.sgml
index 1091e85947..9f84f6e108 100644
--- a/handbook/booting.sgml
+++ b/handbook/booting.sgml
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
This conversion has been made by Ollivier Robert.
- $Id: booting.sgml,v 1.11 1996-05-16 23:17:48 mpp Exp $
+ $Id: booting.sgml,v 1.11.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:11 jkh Exp $
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
diff --git a/handbook/contrib.sgml b/handbook/contrib.sgml
index a260e801af..c3431567a6 100644
--- a/handbook/contrib.sgml
+++ b/handbook/contrib.sgml
@@ -1,117 +1,84 @@
-<!-- $Id: contrib.sgml,v 1.145.2.7 1997-01-02 04:27:59 dyson Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: contrib.sgml,v 1.145.2.8 1997-03-15 23:29:11 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!-- Please try to keep the file 'avail' (from CVSROOT)
in sync with the list of FreeBSD Developers -->
-<chapt><heading>FreeBSD contributor list<label id="contrib"></heading>
-
- <sect><heading>Derived software contributors</heading>
-
- <p>This software was originally derived from William
- F. Jolitz's 386BSD release 0.1, though almost none of the
- original 386BSD specific code remains. This software has
- been essentially re-implemented from the 4.4BSD-Lite
- release provided by the Computer Science Research Group
- (CSRG) at the University of California, Berkeley and
- associated academic contributors.
-
- There are also portions of NetBSD that have been integrated
- into FreeBSD as well, and we would therefore like to thank
- all the contributors to NetBSD for their work. Despite
- some occasionally rocky moments in relations between the
- two groups, we both want essentially the same thing: More
- BSD based operating systems on people's computers! We wish
- the NetBSD group every success in their endeavors.
-
- <sect><heading>Hardware contributors</heading>
-
- <p>A special thank-you to Walnut Creek CDROM for providing
- the Pentium P5-90 and 486/DX2-66 EISA/VL systems that are
- being used for our development work, to say nothing of the
- network access and other donations of hardware resources.
- It would have been impossible to do this release without
- their support.
-
- TRW Financial Systems, Inc. provided 130 PCs, three 68 GB
- fileservers, twelve Ethernets, two routers and an ATM
- switch for debugging the diskless code. They also keep a
- couple of FreeBSD hackers alive and busy. Thanks!
-
- Thanks also to Dermot McDonnell for his donation of a
- Toshiba XM3401B CDROM drive. It has been most useful!
-
- Thanks to &a.chuck; who
- contributed his floppy tape streamer for experimental
- work.
-
- Thanks to Larry Altneu &lt;larry@ALR.COM&gt;, and to &a.wilko;,
- for providing us with a Wangtek and
- an Archive QIC-02 tape drive, in order to give us the hardware
- to improve the <tt>wt</tt> driver.
+<chapt><heading>FreeBSD Project Staff<label id="staff"></heading>
- Thanks go to Ernst Winter &lt;ewinter@lobo.muc.de&gt;, for
- contributing a 2.88 MB floppy drive to the project. Hopefully,
- this will increase the pressure for rewriting the floppy disk
- driver. ;-)
-
- Also see <ref id="donors" name="the donor's gallery"> for
- a list of people who have donated funding or services to the FreeBSD
- Project.
+<p>The FreeBSD Project is managed and operated by the following
+groups of people:
<sect><heading>The FreeBSD core team<label id="contrib:core"></heading>
+ <p>The FreeBSD core team constitutes the project's ``Board of Directors'',
+ responsible for deciding the project's overall goals and direction
+ as well as managing <ref id="contrib:who" name="specific areas"> of
+ the FreeBSD project landscape.
+
<p>(in alphabetical order by last name):
<itemize>
- <item>&a.asami
- <item>&a.ache
- <item>&a.dyson
- <item>&a.bde
- <item>&a.gibbs
- <item>&a.davidg
- <item>&a.jkh
- <item>&a.phk
- <item>&a.rich
- <item>&a.gpalmer
- <item>&a.sos
- <item>&a.peter
- <item>&a.wollman
- <item>&a.joerg
+ <item>&a.asami;
+ <item>&a.jmb;
+ <item>&a.ache;
+ <item>&a.dyson;
+ <item>&a.bde;
+ <item>&a.gibbs;
+ <item>&a.davidg;
+ <item>&a.jkh;
+ <item>&a.phk;
+ <item>&a.rich;
+ <item>&a.gpalmer;
+ <item>&a.jdp;
+ <item>&a.guido;
+ <item>&a.sos;
+ <item>&a.peter;
+ <item>&a.wollman;
+ <item>&a.joerg;
</itemize>
<sect><heading>The FreeBSD Developers<label id="contrib:committers"></heading>
- <p>These are the people who have commit privileges and do the work on
- the FreeBSD source tree. All core team members are also developers.
+ <p>These are the people who have commit privileges and do the engineering
+ work on the FreeBSD source tree. All core team members and most
+ FreeBSD Documentation project personnel are also developers.
<itemize>
+ <item>&a.mbarkah;
<item>&a.torstenb;
+ <item>&a.danny;
<item>&a.gclarkii;
+ <item>&a.cracauer;
<item>&a.adam;
<item>&a.dufault;
<item>&a.uhclem;
- <item>&a.julian;
+ <item>&a.tegge;
+ <item>&a.eivind;
<item>&a.sef;
+ <item>&a.julian;
<item>&a.se;
<item>&a.fenner;
<item>&a.jfieber;
<item>&a.jfitz;
- <item>&a.scrappy;
- <item>&a.jhay;
<item>&a.lars;
+ <item>&a.scrappy;
<item>&a.tg;
<item>&a.graichen;
<item>&a.rgrimes;
+ <item>&a.jmg;
+ <item>&a.jhay;
<item>&a.hsu;
<item>&a.ugen;
<item>&a.gj;
+ <item>&a.nsj;
+ <item>&a.ljo;
+ <item>&a.darrenr;
<item>&a.kato;
<item>&a.andreas;
- <item>&a.imp;
- <item>&a.ljo;
<item>&a.erich;
+ <item>&a.imp;
<item>&a.smace;
<item>&a.mckay;
<item>&a.amurai;
@@ -120,69 +87,125 @@
<item>&a.alex;
<item>&a.davidn;
<item>&a.obrien;
- <item>&a.wpaul;
+ <item>&a.fsmp;
<item>&a.smpatel;
+ <item>&a.wpaul;
<item>&a.jmacd;
- <item>&a.jdp;
+ <item>&a.steve;
<item>&a.mpp;
<item>&a.dfr;
+ <item>&a.jraynard;
<item>&a.csgr;
<item>&a.martin;
<item>&a.paul;
<item>&a.roberto;
- <item>&a.jraynard;
<item>&a.chuckr;
<item>&a.dima;
<item>&a.wosch;
<item>&a.ats;
<item>&a.msmith;
+ <item>&a.brian;
<item>&a.karl;
<item>&a.pst;
- <item>&a.guido;
<item>&a.swallace;
<item>&a.nate;
+ <item>&a.yokota;
<item>&a.jmz;
- <item>&a.fsmp;
- <item>&a.steve;
+ <item>&a.hanai;
</itemize>
+ <sect><heading>The FreeBSD Documentation Project<label id="contrib:doc">
+ </heading>
+
+ <p>The <url url="../docproj.html" name="FreeBSD Documentation
+ Project"> is responsible for a number of different services, each
+ service being run by an individual and his <em>deputies</em> (if any):
+
+ <p><descrip>
+ <tag/Documentation Project Manager/ &a.jfieber
+ <tag/Webmaster/ &a.mbarkah;<p><em>Deputy:</em> &a.paul
+ <tag/Handbook & FAQ Editor/ &a.pds
+ <tag/Build Engineer/ &a.paul;<p><em>Deputy:</em> &a.dave
+ <tag/Mirror Manager/ &a.ulf;<p><em>Deputy:</em> &a.john
+ <tag/News Editor/ &a.nsj;<p><em>Deputy:</em> &a.john;
+ <tag/Gallery and Commercial Editor/ &a.ricardag;<p><em>Deputy:</em> &a.cawimm
+ <tag/Style Police & Art Director/ &a.dave;<p><em>Deputy:</em> &a.opsys
+ <tag/Database Engineer/ &a.mayo;<p><em>Deputy:</em> &a.cracauer
+ <tag/CGI Engineer/ &a.cracauer
+ <tag/Bottle Washing/ &a.nsj
+ </descrip>
+
<sect><heading>Who is responsible for what<label id="contrib:who"></heading>
<p><descrip>
- <tag/President/ &a.jkh
<tag/Principal Architect/ &a.davidg
<tag/Documentation Project Manager/ &a.jfieber
<tag/Internationalization/ &a.ache
<tag/Networking/ &a.wollman
<tag/Postmaster/ &a.jmb;
<tag/Release Coordinator/ &a.jkh
- <tag/Security Officers/ &a.pst; and &a.guido
+ <tag/Security Officer/ &a.guido
<tag/Source Repository Manager/ &a.peter
<tag/Ports Manager/ &a.asami
- <tag/XFree86 Project, Inc. Liason/ &a.rich
+ <tag/XFree86 Project, Inc. Liaison/ &a.rich
+ <tag/Usenet Support/ &a.joerg;
</descrip>
- <sect><heading>The FreeBSD Documentation Project<label
- id="contrib:doc"></heading>
- <p>The FreeBSD Documentation project is responsible a number of
- different services, each of which is run by one or more of
- the following individuals:
+<chapt><heading>FreeBSD contributor list<label id="contrib"></heading>
- <p><descrip>
- <tag/Documentation Project Manager/ &a.jfieber
- <tag/Webmasters/ &a.mbarkah; and &a.paul
- <tag/Handbook & FAQ Editor/ &a.pds
- <tag/Build Engineers/ &a.paul; and &a.dave
- <tag/Mirror Managers/ &a.ulf; and &a.john
- <tag/News Editors/ &a.john; and &a.nsj;
- <tag/Gallery and Commercial Editors/ &a.cawimm; and &a.richardag
- <tag/Style Police & Art Directors/ &a.dave; and &a.opsys
- <tag/Database Engineers/ &a.mayo; and &a.cracauer
- <tag/CGI Engineer/ &a.cracauer
- <tag/Bottle Washing/ &a.nsj
- </descrip>
+ <sect><heading>Derived software contributors</heading>
+
+ <p>This software was originally derived from William
+ F. Jolitz's 386BSD release 0.1, though almost none of the
+ original 386BSD specific code remains. This software has
+ been essentially re-implemented from the 4.4BSD-Lite
+ release provided by the Computer Science Research Group
+ (CSRG) at the University of California, Berkeley and
+ associated academic contributors.
+
+ There are also portions of NetBSD that have been integrated
+ into FreeBSD as well, and we would therefore like to thank
+ all the contributors to NetBSD for their work. Despite
+ some occasionally rocky moments in relations between the
+ two groups, we both want essentially the same thing: More
+ BSD based operating systems on people's computers! We wish
+ the NetBSD group every success in their endeavors.
+ <sect><heading>Hardware contributors</heading>
+
+ <p>A special thank-you to Walnut Creek CDROM for providing
+ the Pentium P5-90 and 486/DX2-66 EISA/VL systems that are
+ being used for our development work, to say nothing of the
+ network access and other donations of hardware resources.
+ It would have been impossible to do this release without
+ their support.
+
+ TRW Financial Systems, Inc. provided 130 PCs, three 68 GB
+ fileservers, twelve Ethernets, two routers and an ATM
+ switch for debugging the diskless code. They also keep a
+ couple of FreeBSD hackers alive and busy. Thanks!
+
+ Thanks also to Dermot McDonnell for his donation of a
+ Toshiba XM3401B CDROM drive. It has been most useful!
+
+ Thanks to &a.chuck; who
+ contributed his floppy tape streamer for experimental
+ work.
+
+ Thanks to Larry Altneu &lt;larry@ALR.COM&gt;, and to &a.wilko;,
+ for providing us with a Wangtek and
+ an Archive QIC-02 tape drive, in order to give us the hardware
+ to improve the <tt>wt</tt> driver.
+
+ Thanks go to Ernst Winter &lt;ewinter@lobo.muc.de&gt;, for
+ contributing a 2.88 MB floppy drive to the project. Hopefully,
+ this will increase the pressure for rewriting the floppy disk
+ driver. ;-)
+
+ Also see <ref id="donors" name="the donor's gallery"> for
+ a list of people who have donated funding or services to the FreeBSD
+ Project.
<sect><heading>Additional FreeBSD contributors<label
id="contrib:additional"></heading>
@@ -208,14 +231,15 @@
<item>Andrey Zakhvatov &lt;andy@cgu.chel.su&gt;
<item>Andy Whitcroft &lt;andy@sarc.city.ac.uk&gt;
<item>Anthony Yee-Hang Chan &lt;yeehang@netcom.com&gt;
+ <item>Brent J. Nordquist &lt;bjn@visi.com&gt;
<item>Bernd Rosauer &lt;br@schiele-ct.de&gt;
<item>Bill Kish &lt;kish@osf.org&gt;
<item>&a.wlloyd
<item>Bob Wilcox &lt;bob@obiwan.uucp&gt;
<item>Boyd Faulkner &lt;faulkner@mpd.tandem.com&gt;
- <item>Brent J. Nordquist &lt;nordquist@platinum.com&gt;
+ <item>Brent J. Nordquist &lt;bjn@visi.com&gt;
<item>Brian Clapper &lt;bmc@willscreek.com&gt;
- <item>Brian Tao &lt;taob@io.org&gt;
+ <item>Brian Tao &lt;taob@risc.org&gt;
<item>Charles Hannum &lt;mycroft@ai.mit.edu&gt;
<item>Charles Mott &lt;cmott@srv.net&gt;
<item>Chet Ramey &lt;chet@odin.INS.CWRU.Edu&gt;
@@ -227,10 +251,12 @@
<item>Christian Haury &lt;Christian.Haury@sagem.fr&gt;
<item>Christoph Robitschko &lt;chmr@edvz.tu-graz.ac.at&gt;
<item>Chuck Hein &lt;chein@cisco.com&gt;
+ <item>Conrad Sabatier &lt;conrads@neosoft.com&gt;
<item>Cornelis van der Laan &lt;nils@guru.ims.uni-stuttgart.de&gt;
<item>Craig Struble &lt;cstruble@vt.edu&gt;
<item>Cristian Ferretti &lt;cfs@riemann.mat.puc.cl&gt;
<item>Curt Mayer &lt;curt@toad.com&gt;
+ <item>Dan Cross &lt;tenser@spitfire.ecsel.psu.edu&gt;
<item>Daniel Baker &lt;dbaker@crash.ops.neosoft.com&gt;
<item>Daniel M. Eischen &lt;deischen@iworks.InterWorks.org&gt;
<item>Danny J. Zerkel &lt;dzerkel@feephi.phofarm.com&gt;
@@ -262,40 +288,51 @@
<item>Hidekazu Kuroki &lt;hidekazu@cs.titech.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Hidetoshi Shimokawa &lt;simokawa@sat.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Holger Veit &lt;Holger.Veit@gmd.de&gt;
+ <item>Hung-Chi Chu &lt;hcchu@r350.ee.ntu.edu.tw&gt;
<item>Igor Vinokurov &lt;igor@zynaps.ru&gt;
<item>Ikuo Nakagawa &lt;ikuo@isl.intec.co.jp&gt;
<item>IMAMURA Tomoaki &lt;tomoak-i@is.aist-nara.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Ishii Masahiro &lt;?&gt;
+ <item>Itsuro Saito &lt;saito@miv.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp&gt;
<item>J.T. Conklin &lt;jtc@cygnus.com&gt;
<item>James Clark &lt;jjc@jclark.com&gt;
<item>James da Silva &lt;jds@cs.umd.edu&gt; et al
<item>Janusz Kokot &lt;janek@gaja.ipan.lublin.pl&gt;
<item>Jason Thorpe &lt;thorpej@nas.nasa.gov&gt;
<item>Javier Martin Rueda &lt;jmrueda@diatel.upm.es&gt;
+ <item>Jeffrey Wheat &lt;jeff@cetlink.net&gt;
<item>Jian-Da Li &lt;jdli@csie.NCTU.edu.tw&gt;
<item>Jim Lowe &lt;james@cs.uwm.edu&gt;
<item>Jim Wilson &lt;wilson@moria.cygnus.com&gt;
<item>Johann Tonsing &lt;jtonsing@mikom.csir.co.za&gt;
+ <item>Joel Sutton &lt;suttonj@interconnect.com.au&gt;
<item>John Capo &lt;jc@irbs.com&gt;
<item>John Perry &lt;perry@vishnu.alias.net&gt;
- <item>John-Mark Gurney &lt;gurney_j@efn.org&gt;
<item>Juergen Lock &lt;nox@jelal.hb.north.de&gt;
<item>Juha Inkari &lt;inkari@cc.hut.fi&gt;
+ <item>Julian Assange &lt;proff@suburbia.net&gt;
<item>Julian Jenkins &lt;kaveman@magna.com.au&gt;
<item>Julian Stacey &lt;jhs@freebsd.org&gt;
+ <item>Jun-ichiro Itoh &lt;itojun@csl.sony.co.jp&gt;
+ <item>Justin M. Seger &lt;jseger@scds.ziplink.net&gt;
<item>Kazuhiko Kiriyama &lt;kiri@kiri.toba-cmt.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Kazutaka YOKOTA &lt;yokota@zodiac.mech.utsunomiya-u.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Keith Bostic &lt;bostic@toe.CS.Berkeley.EDU&gt;
<item>Keith Moore &lt;?&gt;
+ <item>Kenneth Monville &lt;desmo@bandwidth.org&gt;
<item>Kirk McKusick &lt;mckusick@mckusick.com&gt;
+ <item>Kiroh HARADA &lt;kiroh@kh.rim.or.jp&gt;
<item>Koichi Sato &lt;copan@ppp.fastnet.or.jp&gt;
<item>Kostya Lukin &lt;lukin@okbmei.msk.su&gt;
<item>Kurt Olsen &lt;kurto@tiny.mcs.usu.edu&gt;
<item>Lars Koeller &lt;Lars_Koeller@odie.physik2.uni-rostock.de&gt;
<item>Lucas James &lt;Lucas.James@ldjpc.apana.org.au&gt;
+ <item>Luigi Rizzo &lt;luigi@iet.unipi.it&gt;
+ <item>Makoto Matsushita &lt;matusita@ics.es.osaka-u.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Manu Iyengar &lt;iyengar@grunthos.pscwa.psca.com&gt;
<item>Marc Frajola &lt;marc@dev.com&gt;
- <item>Marc Ramirez &lt;mrami@mramirez.sy.yale.edu
+ <item>Marc Ramirez &lt;mrami@mramirez.sy.yale.edu&gt;
+ <item>Marc Slemko &lt;marcs@znep.com&gt;
<item>Marc van Kempen &lt;wmbfmk@urc.tue.nl&gt;
<item>Mark Huizer &lt;xaa@stack.nl&gt;
<item>Mark J. Taylor &lt;mtaylor@cybernet.com&gt;
@@ -307,6 +344,7 @@
<item>Matt Bartley &lt;mbartley@lear35.cytex.com&gt;
<item>Matt Thomas &lt;thomas@lkg.dec.com&gt;
<item>Matt White &lt;mwhite+@CMU.EDU&gt;
+ <item>Matthew Hunt &lt;mph@pobox.com&gt;
<item>Matthew N. Dodd &lt;winter@jurai.net&gt;
<item>Matthew Stein &lt;matt@bdd.net&gt;
<item>Michael Butschky &lt;butsch@computi.erols.com&gt;
@@ -314,6 +352,7 @@
<item>Michael Searle &lt;searle@longacre.demon.co.uk&gt;
<item>Miguel Angel Sagreras &lt;msagre@cactus.fi.uba.ar&gt;
<item>Mikael Hybsch &lt;micke@dynas.se&gt;
+ <item>Mikhail Teterin &lt;mi@aldan.ziplink.net&gt;
<item>Mike McGaughey &lt;mmcg@cs.monash.edu.au&gt;
<item>Mike Peck &lt;mike@binghamton.edu&gt;
<item>MITA Yoshio &lt;mita@jp.FreeBSD.ORG&gt;
@@ -329,7 +368,9 @@
<item>Paul Fox &lt;pgf@foxharp.boston.ma.us&gt;
<item>Paul Kranenburg &lt;pk@cs.few.eur.nl&gt;
<item>Paul Mackerras &lt;paulus@cs.anu.edu.au&gt;
+ <item>Paulo Menezes &lt;paulo@isr.uc.pt&gt;
<item>Pedro Giffuni &lt;pgiffuni@fps.biblos.unal.edu.co&gt;
+ <item>Pedro A M Vazquez &lt;vazquez@IQM.Unicamp.BR&gt;
<item>Peter Stubbs &lt;PETERS@staidan.qld.edu.au&gt;
<item>Philippe Charnier &lt;charnier@lirmm.fr&gt;
<item>R. Kym Horsell &lt;?&gt;
@@ -344,9 +385,12 @@
<item>Ronald Kuehn &lt;kuehn@rz.tu-clausthal.de&gt;
<item>Sander Vesik &lt;sander@haldjas.folklore.ee&gt;
<item>Sandro Sigala &lt;ssigala@globalnet.it&gt;
+ <item>Sascha Blank &lt;blank@fox.uni-trier.de&gt;
<item>Sascha Wildner &lt;swildner@channelz.GUN.de&gt;
<item>Scott Blachowicz &lt;scott@sabami.seaslug.org&gt;
<item>Serge V. Vakulenko &lt;vak@zebub.msk.su&gt;
+ <item>Simon Marlow &lt;simonm@dcs.gla.ac.uk&gt;
+ <item>Slaven Rezi (Tomi) &lt;eserte@cs.tu-berlin.de&gt;
<item>Soren Dayton &lt;csdayton@midway.uchicago.edu&gt;
<item>Stefan Moeding &lt;moeding@bn.DeTeMobil.de&gt;
<item>Steve Gerakines &lt;steve2@genesis.tiac.net&gt;
@@ -362,6 +406,7 @@
<item>Tim Vanderhoek &lt;ac199@freenet.hamilton.on.ca&gt;
<item>Tom Samplonius &lt;tom@misery.sdf.com&gt;
<item>Torbjorn Granlund &lt;tege@matematik.su.se&gt;
+ <item>Tor Egge &lt;tegge@itea.ntnu.no&gt;
<item>Toshihiro Kanda &lt;candy@fct.kgc.co.jp&gt;
<item>Ville Eerola &lt;ve@sci.fi&gt;
<item>Werner Griessl &lt;werner@btp1da.phy.uni-bayreuth.de&gt;
diff --git a/handbook/crypt.sgml b/handbook/crypt.sgml
index 5fba49f7a0..69df6a1d50 100644
--- a/handbook/crypt.sgml
+++ b/handbook/crypt.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: crypt.sgml,v 1.1 1995-09-25 04:53:28 jfieber Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: crypt.sgml,v 1.1.4.1 1997-03-15 23:29:12 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>DES, MD5, and Crypt<label id="crypt"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/ctm.sgml b/handbook/ctm.sgml
index c66c4c4651..35eb8ecde7 100644
--- a/handbook/ctm.sgml
+++ b/handbook/ctm.sgml
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
#
# Converted by Ollivier Robert <roberto@FreeBSD.ORG>
#
-# $Id: ctm.sgml,v 1.12 1996-09-22 15:40:08 wosch Exp $
+# $Id: ctm.sgml,v 1.12.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:13 jkh Exp $
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# "THE BEER-WARE LICENSE" (Revision 42):
@@ -171,7 +171,7 @@
If you are a frequent or valuable contributor to FreeBSD, I will be
willing to arrange special services, one option is delivery via
<tt/ftp/ or <tt/rcp/ to a machine closer to you. You need to have
- earned this, since it takes time to do, but I'll be all the more
+ earned this, since it takes time to do, but I will be all the more
happy to do it for you then.
There is a sequence of deltas for the <tt/ports/ collection too,
diff --git a/handbook/current.sgml b/handbook/current.sgml
index 5042b788e4..5b9972add4 100644
--- a/handbook/current.sgml
+++ b/handbook/current.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: current.sgml,v 1.16 1996-09-09 23:21:27 jfieber Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: current.sgml,v 1.16.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:13 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
THE FREEBSD CURRENT POLICY
-Last updated: $Date: 1996-09-09 23:21:27 $
+Last updated: $Date: 1997-03-15 23:29:13 $
This document attempts to explain the rationale behind
FreeBSD-current, what you should expect should you decide to run it,
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ ask! It takes far too much time to do this as a general task.
<sect><heading>What is FreeBSD-current <em>NOT</em>?</heading>
<p><enum>
- <item> A fast-track to getting pre-release bits because you heard there's
+ <item> A fast-track to getting pre-release bits because you heard there is
some cool new feature in there and you want to be the first on
your block to have it.
diff --git a/handbook/cvsup.sgml b/handbook/cvsup.sgml
index ca342ea31f..211c43ca57 100644
--- a/handbook/cvsup.sgml
+++ b/handbook/cvsup.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: cvsup.sgml,v 1.2 1996-12-20 00:05:01 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: cvsup.sgml,v 1.2.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:14 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>CVSup<label id="cvsup"></heading>
@@ -37,17 +37,17 @@ project, however, because CVSup is both faster and more flexible.
<p>The easiest way to install CVSup if you are running FreeBSD 2.2 or
later is to use either <url
-url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/FreeBSD-current/ports/net/cvsup/"
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports-current/net/cvsup.tar.gz"
name="the port"> from the FreeBSD <ref id="ports" name="ports
collection"> or the corresponding <url
-url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/packages-2.2/net/cvsup-14.0.tgz"
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/packages-current/net/cvsup-14.1.1.tgz"
name="binary package">, depending on whether you prefer to roll your
own or not.
<p>If you are running FreeBSD-2.1.6, you unfortunately cannot use the
binary package versions due to the fact that it requires a version of
the C library that did not yet exist in FreeBSD-2.1.6. You can easily
-use <url url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports-current/net/cvsup/"
+use <url url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports-current/net/cvsup.tar.gz"
name="the port">, however, just as with FreeBSD 2.2. Simply unpack
the tar file, cd to the cvsup subdirectory and type "make install"
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ url="http://www.research.digital.com/SRC/modula-3/html/home.html"
name="Modula-3">, both the package and the port require that the
Modula-3 runtime libraries be installed. These are available as the
<url
-url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports-current/lang/modula-3-lib"
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports-current/lang/modula-3-lib.tar.gz"
name="lang/modula-3-lib"> port and the <url
url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/packages-current/lang/modula-3-lib-3.6.tgz"
name="lang/modula-3-lib-3.6"> package. If you follow the same
@@ -66,14 +66,25 @@ installed automatically when you install the CVSup port or package.
<p>The Modula-3 libraries are rather large, and fetching and compiling
them is not an instantaneous process. For that reason, a third option
is provided. You can get <em>statically linked</em> FreeBSD
-executables for CVSup from:
+executables for CVSup from either the USA distribution site:
<itemize>
- <item><url url="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.0.tar.gz"
- name="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.0.tar.gz">
+ <item><url url="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
(client).
- <item><url url="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.0.tar.gz"
- name="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.0.tar.gz">
+ <item><url url="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
+ (server).
+</itemize>
+
+or the German mirror:
+
+<itemize>
+ <item><url url="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
+ (client).
+ <item><url url="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
(server).
</itemize>
@@ -148,21 +159,20 @@ name="FreeBSD-current">.
<item>Which files do you want to receive?<label id="cvsup:config:files">
<p>As with sup, the files available via CVSup are organized into named
-groups called "collections". The collections making up the FreeBSD
-source tree are described in <ref id="sup:dists" name="the sup
-collections document">. In this example, we wish to receive the
+groups called "collections". The collections that are available are
+described <ref id="cvsup:collec" name="here">.
+In this example, we wish to receive the
entire main source tree for the FreeBSD system. There is a single
large collection "src-all" which will give us all of that, except the
export-controlled cryptography support. Let us assume for this
example that we are in the USA or Canada. Then we can get the
-cryptography code with two additional collections, "src-eBones" and
-"src-secure". As a first step toward constructing our supfile, we
+cryptography code with one additional collection, "cvs-crypto".
+As a first step toward constructing our supfile, we
simply list these collections, one per line:
<verb>
src-all
- src-eBones
- src-secure
+ cvs-crypto
</verb>
<p><item>Which version(s) of them do you want?<label id="cvsup:config:vers">
@@ -186,7 +196,7 @@ different tomorrow than it means today.
<descrip>
<tag/tag=./
The main line of development, also known as FreeBSD-current.
- Note: the "." is not punctuation; it's the name of the tag.
+ Note: the "." is not punctuation; it is the name of the tag.
<tag/tag=RELENG_2_2/
The line of development leading up to FreeBSD-2.2.
<tag/tag=RELENG_2_1_0/
@@ -236,23 +246,25 @@ cost in terms of disk space, however.
<p><item>Where do you want to get them from?<label id="cvsup:config:where">
-<p>This one is easy. We use the "host=" field to tell cvsup to get
-its updates from the primary FreeBSD distribution site,
+<p>We use the "host=" field to tell cvsup where to obtain its updates.
+Any of the <ref id="mirrors-cvsup" name="CVSup mirror sites"> will do,
+though you should try to select one that's near to you.
+In this example, we'll use the primary FreeBSD distribution site,
"cvsup.FreeBSD.org":
<verb>
*default host=cvsup.FreeBSD.org
</verb>
-<p>On any particular run of cvsup, we can override this setting on the
+<p>On any particular run of cvsup, you can override this setting on the
command line, with "-h hostname".
<p><item>Where do you want to put them on your own machine?<label id="cvsup:config:dest">
<p>The "prefix=" field tells cvsup where to put the files it receives.
-In this example, we'll put the source files directly into our main
+In this example, we will put the source files directly into our main
source tree, "/usr/src". The "src" directory is already implicit in the
-collections we've chosen to receive, so this is the correct
+collections we have chosen to receive, so this is the correct
specification:
<verb>
@@ -263,7 +275,7 @@ specification:
<p>The cvsup client maintains certain status files in what is called
the "base" directory. These files help CVSup to work more
-efficiently, by keeping track of which updates you've already
+efficiently, by keeping track of which updates you have already
received. We will use the standard base directory,
"/usr/local/etc/cvsup":
@@ -271,12 +283,12 @@ received. We will use the standard base directory,
*default base=/usr/local/etc/cvsup
</verb>
-<p>This setting is used by default if it's not specified in the
-supfile, so we actually don't need the above line.
+<p>This setting is used by default if it is not specified in the
+supfile, so we actually do not need the above line.
-<p>If your base directory doesn't already exist, now would be a good
+<p>If your base directory does not already exist, now would be a good
time to create it. The cvsup client will refuse to run if the base
-directory doesn't exist.
+directory does not exist.
<p><item>Miscellaneous supfile settings:
@@ -300,11 +312,11 @@ alone.
<p>"use-rel-suffix" is ... arcane. If you really want to know about
it, see the cvsup(1) manual page. Otherwise, just specify it and
-don't worry about it.
+do not worry about it.
<p>"compress" enables the use of gzip-style compression on the
communication channel. If your network link is T1 speed or faster,
-you probably shouldn't use compression. Otherwise, it helps
+you probably should not use compression. Otherwise, it helps
substantially.
<p><item>Putting it all together:
@@ -318,8 +330,7 @@ substantially.
*default base=/usr/local/etc/cvsup
*default release=cvs delete use-rel-suffix compress
src-all
- src-eBones
- src-secure
+ cvs-crypto
</verb>
</itemize>
@@ -332,7 +343,7 @@ quite simple:
cvsup supfile
</verb>
-<p>where "supfile" is of course the name of the supfile you've just created.
+<p>where "supfile" is of course the name of the supfile you have just created.
Assuming you are running under X11, cvsup will display a GUI window with
some buttons to do the usual things. Press the "go" button, and watch
it run.
@@ -357,10 +368,10 @@ for all file updates. CVSup will examine your usual files in
updates will instead land in "/var/tmp/dest/usr/src". CVSup will also
leave its base directory status files untouched when run this way.
The new versions of those files will be written into the specified
-directory. As long as you have read access to "/usr/src", you don't
+directory. As long as you have read access to "/usr/src", you do not
even need to be root to perform this kind of trial run.
-<p>If you are not running X11 or if you just don't like GUIs, you
+<p>If you are not running X11 or if you just do not like GUIs, you
should add a couple of options to the command line when you run cvsup:
<verb>
@@ -378,9 +389,165 @@ The default is 0, which means total silence except for error messages.
type "cvsup -H". For more detailed descriptions, see the manual page.
<p>Once you are satisfied with the way updates are working, you can arrange
-for regular runs of cvsup using cron(8). Obviously, you shouldn't let
+for regular runs of cvsup using cron(8). Obviously, you should not let
cvsup use its GUI when running it from cron.
+<sect1><heading>CVSup File Collections<label id="cvsup:collec"></heading>
+
+<p>The file collections available via CVSup are organized
+hierarchically. There are a few large collections, and they are
+divided into smaller sub-collections. Receiving a large collection
+is equivalent to receiving each of its sub-collections.
+The hierarchical relationships among collections are reflected by
+the use of indentation in the list below.
+
+<p> The most commonly used collections are <tt/src-all/,
+<tt/cvs-crypto/, and <tt/ports-all/. The other collections are used
+only by small groups of people for specialized purposes, and some mirror
+sites may not carry all of them.
+
+<descrip>
+<tag><tt>cvs-all release=cvs</tt></tag>
+The main FreeBSD CVS repository, excluding the export-restricted
+cryptography code.
+ <p>
+ <descrip>
+ <tag><tt>distrib release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Files related to the distribution and mirroring of FreeBSD.
+ <tag><tt>ports-all release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ The FreeBSD ports collection.
+ <p>
+ <descrip>
+ <tag><tt>ports-archivers release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Archiving tools.
+ <tag><tt>ports-astro release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Astronomical ports.
+ <tag><tt>ports-audio release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Sound support.
+ <tag><tt>ports-base release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Miscellaneous files at the top of /usr/ports.
+ <tag><tt>ports-benchmarks release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Benchmarks.
+ <tag><tt>ports-cad release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Computer aided design tools.
+ <tag><tt>ports-chinese release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Chinese language support.
+ <tag><tt>ports-comms release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Communication software.
+ <tag><tt>ports-databases release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Databases.
+ <tag><tt>ports-devel release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Development utilities.
+ <tag><tt>ports-editors release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Editors.
+ <tag><tt>ports-emulators release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Emulators for other operating systems.
+ <tag><tt>ports-games release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Games.
+ <tag><tt>ports-graphics release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Graphics utilities.
+ <tag><tt>ports-japanese release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Japanese language support.
+ <tag><tt>ports-korean release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Korean language support.
+ <tag><tt>ports-lang release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Programming languages.
+ <tag><tt>ports-mail release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Mail software.
+ <tag><tt>ports-math release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Numerical computation software.
+ <tag><tt>ports-mbone release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ MBone applications.
+ <tag><tt>ports-misc release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Miscellaneous utilities.
+ <tag><tt>ports-net release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Networking software.
+ <tag><tt>ports-news release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ USENET news software.
+ <tag><tt>ports-plan9 release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Various programs from Plan9.
+ <tag><tt>ports-print release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Printing software.
+ <tag><tt>ports-russian release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Russian language support.
+ <tag><tt>ports-security release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Security utilities.
+ <tag><tt>ports-shells release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Command line shells.
+ <tag><tt>ports-sysutils release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ System utilities.
+ <tag><tt>ports-vietnamese release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Vietnamese language support.
+ <tag><tt>ports-www release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Software related to the World Wide Web.
+ <tag><tt>ports-x11 release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ X11 software.
+ </descrip>
+ <tag><tt>src-all release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ The main FreeBSD sources, excluding the export-restricted cryptography
+ code.
+ <p>
+ <descrip>
+ <tag><tt>src-base release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Miscellaneous files at the top of <tt>/usr/src</tt>.
+ <tag><tt>src-bin release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ User utilities that may be needed in single-user mode
+ (<tt>/usr/src/bin</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-contrib release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Utilities and libraries from other outside the FreeBSD project, used
+ relatively unmodified (<tt>/usr/src/contrib</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-etc release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ System configuration files (<tt>/usr/src/etc</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-games release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Games (<tt>/usr/src/games</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-gnu release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Utilities covered by the GNU Public License (<tt>/usr/src/gnu</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-include release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Header files (<tt>/usr/src/include</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-lib release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Libraries (<tt>/usr/src/lib</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-libexec release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ System programs normally executed by other programs
+ (<tt>/usr/src/libexec</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-release release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Files required to produce a FreeBSD release (<tt>/usr/src/release</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-sbin release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ System utilities for single-user mode (<tt>/usr/src/sbin</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-share release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Files that can be shared across multiple systems (<tt>/usr/src/share</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-sys release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ The kernel (<tt>/usr/src/sys</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-tools release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Various tools for the maintenance of FreeBSD (<tt>/usr/src/tools</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-usrbin release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ User utilities (<tt>/usr/src/usr.bin</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-usrsbin release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ System utilities (<tt>/usr/src/usr.sbin</tt>).
+ </descrip>
+ <tag><tt>www release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ The sources for the World Wide Web data.
+ </descrip>
+<tag><tt>cvs-crypto release=cvs</tt></tag>
+The export-restricted cryptography code.
+<p>
+ <descrip>
+ <tag><tt>src-eBones release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Kerberos and DES (<tt>/usr/src/eBones</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-secure release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ DES (<tt>/usr/src/secure</tt>).
+ </descrip>
+<tag><tt>distrib release=self</tt></tag>
+The CVSup server's own configuration files. Used by CVSup mirror sites.
+<tag><tt>gnats release=current</tt></tag>
+The GNATS bug-tracking database.
+<tag><tt>src-sys release=lite2</tt></tag>
+The CVS repository for the lite2 kernel merge.
+<tag><tt>src-sys release=smp</tt></tag>
+The CVS repository for the SMP project.
+<tag><tt>www release=current</tt></tag>
+The installed World Wide Web data. Used by WWW mirror sites.
+</descrip>
+
<sect1><heading>Announcements, Questions, and Bug Reports</heading>
<p>Most FreeBSD-related discussion of CVSup takes place on the
diff --git a/handbook/cyclades.sgml b/handbook/cyclades.sgml
index 632d8102b8..95ae045930 100644
--- a/handbook/cyclades.sgml
+++ b/handbook/cyclades.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: cyclades.sgml,v 1.1 1996-06-07 15:56:35 alex Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: cyclades.sgml,v 1.1.4.1 1997-03-15 23:29:16 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
diff --git a/handbook/development.sgml b/handbook/development.sgml
index e9aaefbdfe..20e452e19c 100644
--- a/handbook/development.sgml
+++ b/handbook/development.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: development.sgml,v 1.6.2.3 1996-12-23 02:01:15 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: development.sgml,v 1.6.2.4 1997-03-15 23:29:17 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>The FreeBSD development model<label id="development"></heading>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ whether working independently or in close cooperation:
url="http://www.cyclic.com/cyclic-pages/CVS-sheet.html" name="CVS">
(Concurrent Version System), a freely available source code control
tool which comes bundled with FreeBSD. The primary <htmlurl
-url="http://www.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb" name="CVS repository">
+url="http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi" name="CVS repository">
resides on a machine in Concord CA, USA from where it is replicated
to numerous mirror machines throughout the world. The CVS tree, as well
as the <ref id="current" name="-current"> and <ref id="stable"
diff --git a/handbook/dialout.sgml b/handbook/dialout.sgml
index 0964e8f5a7..feb058cfc8 100644
--- a/handbook/dialout.sgml
+++ b/handbook/dialout.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD of the Tutorial for
Configuring a FreeBSD for Dialout Services.
- $Id: dialout.sgml,v 1.2 1996-11-30 23:51:45 mpp Exp $
+ $Id: dialout.sgml,v 1.2.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:18 jkh Exp $
The FreeBSD Documentation Project
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ The following are tips to getting your host to be able to connect over the modem
just a hard link to <tt/tip/.
<sect1>
- <heading>My stock Hayes modem is not supported&mdash;what can I do?</heading>
+ <heading>My stock Hayes modem is not supported, what can I do?</heading>
<p>
Actually, the man page for <tt/tip/ is out of date. There is a
generic Hayes dialer already built in. Just use
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ The following are tips to getting your host to be able to connect over the modem
and several thousand students trying to use them...
<p>
Make an entry for your university in <tt>/etc/remote</tt>
- and use <tt>\@</tt> for the <tt/pn/ capability:
+ and use <tt>@</tt> for the <tt/pn/ capability:
<verb>
big-university:\
:pn=\@:tc=dialout
diff --git a/handbook/dialup.sgml b/handbook/dialup.sgml
index 8d6ade41b3..4a751499c9 100644
--- a/handbook/dialup.sgml
+++ b/handbook/dialup.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD of the Tutorial for
Configuring a FreeBSD for Dialup Services by Guy Helmer.
- $Id: dialup.sgml,v 1.13.2.2 1996-12-23 02:01:17 jkh Exp $
+ $Id: dialup.sgml,v 1.13.2.3 1997-03-15 23:29:20 jkh Exp $
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//Linux//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ suggestions here.
To begin with, the author assumes you have some basic knowledge of
FreeBSD. You need to have FreeBSD installed, know how to edit files
in a UNIX-like environment, and how to look up manual pages on the
-system. As discussed below, you'll need certain versions of FreeBSD,
+system. As discussed below, you will need certain versions of FreeBSD,
and knowledge of some terminology &amp; modem and cabling.
<sect2><heading>FreeBSD Version</heading>
@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ modem's reference book or user's guide handy. Sample commands for USR
Sportster 14,400 external modems will be given, which you may be able
to use as a reference for your own modem's commands.
-Lastly, you'll need to know how to setup your modem so that it will
+Lastly, you will need to know how to setup your modem so that it will
work well with FreeBSD. Like other UNIX-like operating systems,
FreeBSD uses the hardware signals to find out when a call has been
answered or a line has been hung up and to hangup and reset the modem
@@ -590,7 +590,7 @@ stty -f /dev/ttyd3 crtscts
Since there is no initialization device special file on FreeBSD
1.1, one has to just set the flags on the sole device special file and
-hope the flags aren't cleared by a miscreant.
+hope the flags are not cleared by a miscreant.
<sect1><heading>Modem Settings</heading>
<p>
diff --git a/handbook/diskless.sgml b/handbook/diskless.sgml
index 49e8223aed..7fbc6cdfb2 100644
--- a/handbook/diskless.sgml
+++ b/handbook/diskless.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: diskless.sgml,v 1.7 1996-10-21 23:54:46 joerg Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: diskless.sgml,v 1.7.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:22 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>Diskless operation<label id="diskless"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/dma.sgml b/handbook/dma.sgml
index 125365cca7..48a634b575 100644
--- a/handbook/dma.sgml
+++ b/handbook/dma.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: dma.sgml,v 1.4 1996-05-16 23:17:54 mpp Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: dma.sgml,v 1.4.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:24 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
@@ -12,9 +12,9 @@
<sect><heading>DMA: What it is and how it works<label id="dma"></heading>
<p><em>Copyright &copy; 1995 &a.uhclem;, All Rights Reserved.<newline>
- 18 October 1995.</em>
+ 10 December 1996.</em>
-<!-- Version 1(2) -->
+<!-- Version 1(3) -->
Direct Memory Access (DMA) is a method of allowing data to
be moved from one location to another in a computer without
@@ -28,16 +28,18 @@
The PC DMA subsystem is based on the Intel 8237 DMA
controller. The 8237 contains four DMA channels that can
- be programmed independently and any of the channels may be
+ be programmed independently and any one of the channels may be
active at any moment. These channels are numbered 0, 1, 2
and 3. Starting with the PC/AT, IBM added a second 8237
chip, and numbered those channels 4, 5, 6 and 7.
The original DMA controller (0, 1, 2 and 3) moves one byte
in each transfer. The second DMA controller (4, 5, 6, and
- 7) moves 16-bits in each transfer. The two controllers are
- identical and the difference in transfer size is caused by
- the way the second controller is wired into the system.
+ 7) moves 16-bits from two adjacent memory locations in each
+ transfer, with the first byte always coming from an even-numbered
+ address. The two controllers are identical components and the
+ difference in transfer size is caused by the way the second
+ controller is wired into the system.
The 8237 has two electrical signals for each channel, named
DRQ and -DACK. There are additional signals with the
@@ -114,7 +116,7 @@
The floppy disk controller is now responsible for placing
the byte to be transferred on the bus Data lines. Unless
the floppy controller needs more time to get the data
- byte on the bus (and if the peripheral needs more time it
+ byte on the bus (and if the peripheral does need more time it
alerts the DMA via the READY signal), the DMA will wait
one DMA clock, and then de-assert the -MEMW and -IOR
signals so that the memory will latch and store the byte
@@ -190,10 +192,10 @@
supported more than 64K of memory, something had to be
done to allow the DMA to read or write memory locations
above the 64K mark. What IBM did to solve this problem
- was to add a latch for each DMA channel, that holds the
+ was to add a latch for each DMA channel that holds the
upper bits of the address to be read to or written from.
Whenever a DMA channel is active, the contents of that
- latch is written to the address bus and kept there until
+ latch are written to the address bus and kept there until
the DMA operation for the channel ends. These latches
are called ``Page Registers''.
@@ -206,9 +208,10 @@
Because the Page Register latch is independent of the DMA
chip, the area of memory to be read or written must not
span a 64K physical boundary. If the DMA accesses memory
- location 0xffff, the DMA will then increment the address
- register and it will access the next byte at 0x0000, not
- 0x10000. The results of letting this happen are probably not intended.
+ location 0xffff, after the transfer the DMA will then increment
+ the address register and the DMA will access the next byte at
+ location 0x0000, not 0x10000. The results of letting this
+ happen are probably not intended.
<quote><em>Note:</em> ``Physical'' 64K boundaries should
not be confused with 8086-mode 64K ``Segments'', which
@@ -220,15 +223,15 @@
us 8+16=24 bits, which means that the DMA can only point
at memory locations between 0 and 16Meg. For newer
computers that allow more than 16Meg of memory, the
- PC-compatible DMA cannot access locations above 16Meg.
+ PC-compatible DMA cannot access memory locations above 16Meg.
To get around this restriction, operating systems will
reserve a buffer in an area below 16Meg that also does not
span a physical 64K boundary. Then the DMA will be
- programmed to read data to that buffer. Once the DMA has
- moved the data into this buffer, the operating system
- will then copy the data from the buffer to the address
- where the data is really supposed to be stored.
+ programmed to transfer data from the peripheral and into that
+ buffer. Once the DMA has moved the data into this buffer,
+ the operating system will then copy the data from the buffer
+ to the address where the data is really supposed to be stored.
When writing data from an address above 16Meg to a
DMA-based peripheral, the data must be first copied from
@@ -260,42 +263,45 @@
<tag>Block/Demand</tag> Once the DMA acquires the
system bus, an entire block of data is transferred,
up to a maximum of 64K. If the peripheral needs
- additional time, it can assert the READY signal.
- READY should not be used excessively, and for slow
- peripheral transfers, the Single Transfer Mode should
- be used instead.
+ additional time, it can assert the READY signal to
+ suspend the transfer briefly. READY should not be
+ used excessively, and for slow peripheral transfers,
+ the Single Transfer Mode should be used instead.
- The difference between Block and Demand is the once a
+ The difference between Block and Demand is that once a
Block transfer is started, it runs until the transfer
count reaches zero. DRQ only needs to be asserted
until -DACK is asserted. Demand Mode will transfer
- one more bytes until DRQ is de-asserted, then when
- DRQ is asserted later, the transfer resumes where it
- was suspended.
+ one more bytes until DRQ is de-asserted and the DMA
+ pauses the transfer and releases the bus back to the CPU.
+ When DRQ is asserted later, the transfer resumes where
+ it was suspended.
Older hard disk controllers used Demand Mode until
CPU speeds increased to the point that it was more
- efficient to read the data using the CPU.
+ efficient to transfer the data using the CPU, particularly
+ if the memory locations used in the transfer were above the
+ 16Meg mark.
<tag>Cascade</tag> This mechanism allows a DMA channel
to request the bus, but then the attached peripheral
- device is responsible for placing addressing
- information on the bus. This is also known as ``Bus
- Mastering''.
+ device is responsible for placing the addressing
+ information on the bus instead of the DMA. This is also
+ known as ``Bus Mastering''.
When a DMA channel in Cascade Mode receives control
of the bus, the DMA does not place addresses and I/O
- control signals on the bus like it normally does.
- Instead, the DMA only asserts the -DACK signal for
- this channel.
+ control signals on the bus like the DMA normally does
+ when it is active. Instead, the DMA only asserts the
+ -DACK signal for this channel.
- Now it is up to the device connected to that DMA
+ At this point it is up to the device connected to that DMA
channel to provide address and bus control signals.
The peripheral has complete control over the system
bus, and can do reads and/or writes to any address
below 16Meg. When the peripheral is finished with
- bus, it de-asserts the DRQ line, and the DMA
+ the bus, it de-asserts the DRQ line, and the DMA
controller can return control to the CPU or to some
other DMA channel.
@@ -312,7 +318,8 @@
DMA controller. The slave DMA controller then
transfers data for the DMA channel that requested it,
or the slave DMA may grant the bus to a peripheral
- that wants to perform its own bus-mastering.
+ that wants to perform its own bus-mastering, such as
+ a SCSI controller.
Because of this wiring arrangement, only DMA channels
0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7 are usable on PC/AT systems.
@@ -327,45 +334,61 @@
from memory constantly while it holds the system bus.
If the peripheral cannot do this, it must release the
bus frequently so that the system can perform refresh
- operations on memory.
+ operations on main memory.
+
+ The Dynamic RAM used in all PCs for main memory must be
+ accessed frequently to keep the bits stored in the
+ components "charged". Dynamic RAM essentially consists
+ of millions of capacitors with each one holding one bit
+ of data. These capacitors are charged with power to
+ represent a "1" or drained to represent a "0". Because
+ all capacitors leak, power must be added at regular intervals
+ to keep the "1" values intact. The RAM chips actually handle
+ the task of pumping power back into all of the appropriate
+ locations in RAM, but they must be told when to do it by
+ the rest of the computer so that the refresh activity won't
+ interfere with the computer wanting to access RAM normally.
+ If the computer is unable to refresh memory, the contents
+ of memory will become corrupted in just a few milliseconds.
Since memory read and write cycles ``count'' as refresh
- cycles (a refresh cycle is actually an incomplete
+ cycles (a dynamic RAM refresh cycle is actually an incomplete
memory read cycle), as long as the peripheral
controller continues reading or writing data to
sequential memory locations, that action will refresh
all of memory.
- Bus-mastering is found in some SCSI adapters and
- other high-performance peripheral cards.
+ Bus-mastering is found in some SCSI host interfaces and
+ other high-performance peripheral controllers.
<tag>Autoinitialize</tag> This mode causes the DMA to
perform Byte, Block or Demand transfers, but when the
DMA transfer counter reaches zero, the counter and
- address is set back to where they were when the DMA
+ address are set back to where they were when the DMA
channel was originally programmed. This means that
- as long as the device requests transfers, they will
+ as long as the peripheral requests transfers, they will
be granted. It is up to the CPU to move new data
into the fixed buffer ahead of where the DMA is about
- to transfer it for output operations, and read new
- data out of the buffer behind where the DMA is
- writing on input operations. This technique is
- frequently used on audio devices that have small or
- no hardware ``sample'' buffers. There is additional
- CPU overhead to manage this ``circular'' buffer, but in
- some cases this may be the only way to eliminate the
+ to transfer it when doing output operations, and read new
+ data out of the buffer behind where the DMA is writing
+ when doing input operations.
+
+ This technique is frequently used on audio devices that
+ have small or no hardware ``sample'' buffers. There is
+ additional CPU overhead to manage this ``circular'' buffer,
+ but in some cases this may be the only way to eliminate the
latency that occurs when the DMA counter reaches zero
- and the DMA stops until it is reprogrammed.
+ and the DMA stops transfers until it is reprogrammed.
</descrip>
<sect1><heading>Programming the DMA</heading>
<p>The DMA channel that is to be programmed should always
be ``masked'' before loading any settings. This is because
- the hardware might assert DRQ, and the DMA might respond,
- even though not all of the parameters have been loaded or
- updated.
+ the hardware might unexpectedly assert DRQ, and the DMA might
+ respond, even though not all of the parameters have been
+ loaded or updated.
Once masked, the host must specify the direction of the
transfer (memory-to-I/O or I/O-to-memory), what mode of
@@ -376,7 +399,8 @@
transfer. The LSB and MSB of the address and length are
written to the same 8-bit I/O port, so another port must
be written to first to guarantee that the DMA accepts the
- first byte as the LSB and the second byte as the MSB.
+ first byte as the LSB and the second byte as the MSB of
+ the length and address.
Then, be sure to update the Page Register, which is
external to the DMA and is accessed through a different
@@ -388,7 +412,7 @@
Refer to a hardware data book for precise programming
details for the 8237. You will also need to refer to the
- I/O port map for the PC system. This map describes where
+ I/O port map for the PC system, which describes where
the DMA and Page Register ports are located. A complete
table is located below.
diff --git a/handbook/eresources.sgml b/handbook/eresources.sgml
index 659e57b149..68f205eb42 100644
--- a/handbook/eresources.sgml
+++ b/handbook/eresources.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: eresources.sgml,v 1.28.2.1 1996-12-23 02:01:19 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: eresources.sgml,v 1.28.2.2 1997-03-15 23:29:26 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt>
@@ -6,13 +6,13 @@
<p><em>Contributed by &a.jkh;.</em>
- <p>The rapid pace of FreeBSD progress makes print media
- impractical as a means for following the latest
- developments. Electronic resources are the best, if not often the
- only way stay informed of the latest advances. Since
- FreeBSD is a volunteer effort, the user community itself also generally
- serves as a `technical support department' of sorts, with electronic mail
- and Usenet news being the most effective way of reaching that community.
+ <p>The rapid pace of FreeBSD progress makes print media impractical as a
+ means of following the latest developments. Electronic resources are
+ the best, if not often the only, way stay informed of the latest advances.
+ Since FreeBSD is a volunteer effort, the user community itself also
+ generally serves as a `technical support department' of sorts, with
+ electronic mail and USENET news being the most effective way of reaching
+ that community.
The most important points of contact with the FreeBSD
user community are outlined below. If you are aware of other
@@ -30,9 +30,12 @@ you will reach both us and a concentrated FreeBSD audience, invariably
assuring a better (or at least faster) response.
<p>The charters for the various lists are given at the bottom of this
-document. Please read the charter before joining a list since we must
-strive to keep the signal to noise ratio of the lists high, especially
-in the technical ones.
+document. <bf>Please read the charter before joining or sending
+mail to any list</bf>. Most of our list subscribers now receive many hundreds
+of FreeBSD related messages every day, and by setting down charters
+and rules for proper use we are striving to keep the signal-to-noise ratio
+of the lists high. To do less would see the mailing lists ultimately fail
+as an effective communications medium for the project.
Archives are kept for all of the mailing lists and can be searched
using the <url url="http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/search.html"
@@ -40,7 +43,7 @@ name="FreeBSD World Wide Web server">. The keyword searchable archive
offers an excellent way of finding answers to frequently asked
questions and should be consulted before posting a question.
-<sect1><heading>List summary</heading>
+<sect1><heading>List summary<label id="eresources:summary"></heading>
<p><bf>General lists:</bf> The following are general lists which
anyone is free to join:
@@ -57,8 +60,8 @@ freebsd-questions User questions
</verb>
<bf>Technical lists:</bf> The following lists are for technical discussion.
-You should read the charter carefully before joining one, keeping any
-messages sent to a list within the scope of the guidelines.
+You should read the charter for each list carefully before joining or
+sending mail to one as there are firm guidelines for their use and content.
<verb>
List Purpose
----------------------------------------------------------------------
@@ -78,10 +81,11 @@ freebsd-scsi The SCSI subsystem
freebsd-smp Design discussions for [A]Symmetric MultiProcessing
</verb>
-<bf>Limited lists:</bf> The following lists require approval to join,
-though anyone is free to send suggestions and comments to them. It is a
-good idea establish a presence in the technical lists before asking
-to join one of these limited lists.
+<bf>Limited lists:</bf> The following lists require approval from
+<url url="mailto:core@freebsd.org" name="core@FreeBSD.ORG"> to join,
+though anyone is free to send messages to them which fall within the
+scope of their charters. It is also a good idea establish a presence
+in the technical lists before asking to join one of these limited lists.
<verb>
List Purpose
----------------------------------------------------------------------
@@ -95,6 +99,8 @@ freebsd-user-groups User group coordination
<bf>CVS lists:</bf> The following lists are for people interested in
seeing the log messages for changes to various areas of the source tree.
+They are <bf>Read-Only</bf> lists and should not have mail sent to them.
+
<verb>
List name Source area Area Description (source for)
----------------------------------------------------------------------
@@ -116,7 +122,7 @@ cvs-usrbin /usr/src/usr.bin Use binaries
cvs-usrsbin /usr/src/usr.sbin System binaries
</verb>
-<sect1><heading>How to subscribe</heading>
+<sect1><heading>How to subscribe<label id="eresources:subscribe"></heading>
<p>All mailing lists live on <tt>FreeBSD.ORG</tt>, so to post to a
given list you simply mail to <em>listname</em><tt>@FreeBSD.ORG</tt>. It
@@ -156,19 +162,70 @@ lists on a technical track. If you are only interested in the "high points"
then it is suggested that you join freebsd-announce, which is intended only
for infrequent traffic.
-<sect1><heading>List charters</heading>
+<sect1><heading>List charters<label id="eresources:charters"></heading>
+
+<p><bf>All</bf>FreeBSD mailing lists have certain basic rules
+which must be adhered to by anyone using them. Failure to comply
+with these guidelines will result in two (2) written warnings from the
+FreeBSD <url url="mailto:postmaster@freebsd.org" name="Postmaster">,
+after which, on a third offense, the poster will removed from all
+FreeBSD mailing lists and filtered from further posting to them.
+We regret that such rules and measures are necessary at all, but
+today's Internet is a pretty harsh environment, it would seem, and
+many fail to appreciate just how fragile some of its mechanisms are.
+
+<p>Rules of the road:
+<itemize>
+<item>The topic of any posting should adhere to the basic charter of the list
+ it is posted to, e.g. if the list is about technical issues then your
+ posting should contain technical discussion. Ongoing irrelevant chatter
+ or flaming only detracts from the value of the mailing list for everyone
+ on it and will not be tolerated. For free-form discussion on no
+ particular topic, the <url url="mailto:freebsd-chat@freebsd.org"
+ name="freebsd-chat"> mailing list is freely available and should
+ be used instead.</item>
+
+<item>No posting should be made to more than 2 mailing lists, and only
+ to 2 when a clear and obvious need to post to both lists exists.
+ For most lists, there is already a great deal of subscriber overlap
+ and except for the most esoteric mixes (say "-stable & -scsi"), there
+ really is no reason to post to more than one list at a time.
+ If a message is sent to you in such a way that multiple mailing lists
+ appear on the Cc line then the cc line should also be trimmed before
+ sending it out again.
+ <em>You are <bf>still</bf> responsible for your own cross-postings, no
+ matter who the originator might have been.</em></item>
+
+<item>Personal attacks and profanity (in the context of an argument) are
+ not allowed, and that includes users and developers alike. Gross
+ breaches of netiquette, like excerpting or reposting private mail
+ when permission to do so was not and would not be forthcoming,
+ are frowned upon but not specifically enforced. <bf>However</bf>,
+ there are also very few cases where such content would fit within the
+ charter of a list and it would therefore probably rate a warning
+ (or ban) on that basis alone.</item>
+
+<item>Advertising of non-FreeBSD related products or services is
+ strictly prohibited and will result in an immediate ban if it
+ is clear that the offender is advertising by spam.</item>
+
+</itemize>
+
+<p><bf>Individual list charters:</bf>
<p>
<descrip>
<tag/FREEBSD-ADMIN/ <em>Administrative issues</em><newline>
-<!-- XXX -->
+This list is purely for discussion of freebsd.org related issues
+and to report problems or abuse of project resources. It is a closed
+list, though anyone may report a problem (with our systems!) to it.
<tag/FREEBSD-ANNOUNCE/ <em>Important events / milestones</em><newline>
This is the mailing list for people interested only in occasional
announcements of significant freebsd events. This includes
announcements about snapshots and other releases. It contains
announcements of new FreeBSD capabilities. It may contain calls
-for volunteers etc. This is a low volume list.
+for volunteers etc. This is a low volume, strictly moderated mailing list.
<tag/FREEBSD-ARCH/ <em>Architecture and design discussions</em><newline>
This is the mailing list for people discussing FreeBSD architectural
@@ -176,11 +233,12 @@ issues. It is a closed list, and not for general subscription.
<tag/FREEBSD-BUGS/ <em>Bug reports</em><newline>
This is the mailing list for reporting bugs in FreeBSD
-Whenever possible, bugs should be
-submitted using "send-pr".
+Whenever possible, bugs should be submitted using the "send-pr(1)"
+command or the <url url="http://www.freebsd.org/send-pr.html"
+name="WEB interface"> to it.
<tag/FREEBSD-CHAT/ <em>Non technical items related to the
- community</em><newline>
+ FreeBSD community</em><newline>
This list contains the overflow from the other lists about
non-technical, social information. It includes discussion about
whether Jordan looks like a toon ferret or not, whether or not to
@@ -193,6 +251,8 @@ technical lists, but the follow ups should be directed to this
<tag/FREEBSD-CORE/ <em>FreeBSD core team</em><newline>
This is an internal mailing list for use by the core members.
+Messages can be sent to it when a serious FreeBSD-related matter
+requires arbitration or high-level scrutiny.
<tag/FREEBSD-CURRENT/ <em>Discussions about the use of
FreeBSD-current</em><newline> This is the mailing list for users
@@ -200,12 +260,15 @@ of freebsd-current. It includes warnings about new features
coming out in -current that will affect the users, and
instructions on steps that must be taken to remain -current.
Anyone running "current" must subscribe to this list.
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-CURRENT-DIGEST/ <em>Discussions about the use of
FreeBSD-current</em><newline> This is the digest version of the
freebsd-current mailing list. The digest consists of all
messages sent to freebsd-current bundled together and mailed out
as a single message. The average digest size is about 40kB.
+This list is <bf>Read-Only</bf> and should not be posted to.
<tag/FREEBSD-STABLE/ <em>Discussions about the use of
FreeBSD-stable</em><newline> This is the mailing list for users
@@ -213,6 +276,8 @@ of freebsd-stable. It includes warnings about new features
coming out in -stable that will affect the users, and
instructions on steps that must be taken to remain -stable.
Anyone running ``stable'' should subscribe to this list.
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-DOC/ <em>Documentation project</em><newline>
This mailing list belongs to the FreeBSD Doc Project and is for
@@ -220,6 +285,8 @@ the discussion of documentation related issues and projects.
<tag/FREEBSD-FS/ <em>Filesystems</em><newline>
Discussions concerning FreeBSD filesystems.
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-HACKERS/ <em>Technical discussions</em><newline>
This is a forum for technical discussions related to FreeBSD. This
@@ -227,12 +294,15 @@ is the primary technical mailing list. It
is for individuals actively working on FreeBSD, to bring up problems
or discuss alternative solutions. Individuals interested in
following the technical discussion are also welcome.
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-HACKERS-DIGEST/ <em>Technical
discussions</em><newline> This is the digest version of the
freebsd-hackers mailing list. The digest consists of all
messages sent to freebsd-hackers bundled together and mailed out
as a single message. The average digest size is about 40kB.
+This list is <bf>Read-Only</bf> and should not be posted to.
<tag/FREEBSD-HARDWARE/ <em>General discussion of FreeBSD
hardware</em><newline> General discussion about the types of
@@ -241,25 +311,33 @@ concerning what to buy or avoid.
<tag/FREEBSD-INSTALL/ <em>Installation discussion</em><newline>
This mailing list is for discussing FreeBSD installation
-development for the future releases.
+development for the future releases and is closed.
<tag/FREEBSD-ISP/ <em>Issues for Internet Service Providers</em><newline>
This mailing list is for discussing topics relevant to Internet
Service Providers (ISPs) using FreeBSD.
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-MULTIMEDIA/ <em>Multimedia discussions</em><newline>
This is a forum about multimedia applications using FreeBSD.
Discussion center around multimedia applications, their installation, their
development and their support within FreeBSD
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-PLATFORMS/ <em>Porting to Non-Intel
platforms</em><newline> Cross-platform freebsd issues, general
discussion and proposals for non-Intel FreeBSD ports.
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-PORTS/ <em>Discussion of "ports"</em><newline>
Discussions concerning FreeBSD's "ports collection" (/usr/ports), proposed
ports, modifications to ports collection infrastructure and general
coordination efforts.
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-QUESTIONS/ <em>User questions</em><newline>
This is the mailing list for questions about FreeBSD. You should not
@@ -275,10 +353,14 @@ digest size is about 40kB.
<tag/FREEBSD-SCSI/ <em>SCSI subsystem</em><newline>
This is the mailing list for people working on the scsi subsystem
for FreeBSD.
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-SECURITY/ <em>Security issues</em><newline>
FreeBSD computer security issues (DES, Kerberos, known security holes and
fixes, etc).
+This is a technical mailing list for which strictly technical
+content is expected.
<tag/FREEBSD-SECURITY-NOTIFICATIONS/ <em>Security Notifications</em><newline>
Notifications of FreeBSD security problems and fixes. This is not
@@ -289,7 +371,7 @@ This is the mailing list for the coordinators from each of the
local area Users Groups to discuss matters with each other and a
designated individual from the Core Team. This mail list should
be limited to meeting synopsis and coordination of projects that span
-User Groups.
+User Groups. It is a closed list.
</descrip>
diff --git a/handbook/esdi.sgml b/handbook/esdi.sgml
index a63cceb169..fb8a960ee9 100644
--- a/handbook/esdi.sgml
+++ b/handbook/esdi.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: esdi.sgml,v 1.8 1996-10-05 18:36:15 wosch Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: esdi.sgml,v 1.8.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:28 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
diff --git a/handbook/firewalls.sgml b/handbook/firewalls.sgml
index ffce2d19fa..8bbf61031a 100644
--- a/handbook/firewalls.sgml
+++ b/handbook/firewalls.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: firewalls.sgml,v 1.14 1996-10-04 22:54:01 wosch Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: firewalls.sgml,v 1.14.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:30 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>Firewalls<label id="firewalls"></heading>
@@ -513,7 +513,7 @@ machine. The upper limit as defined by RFC 1700 (Assigned Numbers) is
6063.
<item>Check what ports any internal servers use (e.g. SQL servers,
-etc). It's probably a good idea to block those as well, as they
+etc). It is probably a good idea to block those as well, as they
normally fall outside the 1-1024 range specified above.
</itemize>
diff --git a/handbook/glossary.sgml b/handbook/glossary.sgml
index 0d8c1b14d5..9972acd529 100644
--- a/handbook/glossary.sgml
+++ b/handbook/glossary.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: glossary.sgml,v 1.3 1995-06-30 17:37:37 jfieber Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: glossary.sgml,v 1.3.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:32 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>* Glossary<label id="glossary"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/goals.sgml b/handbook/goals.sgml
index 47bc27226f..e1f4f78a46 100644
--- a/handbook/goals.sgml
+++ b/handbook/goals.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: goals.sgml,v 1.2 1996-07-15 19:31:43 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: goals.sgml,v 1.2.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:33 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>FreeBSD Project goals<label id="goals"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/handbook.sgml b/handbook/handbook.sgml
index 53007a2589..cfedd80497 100644
--- a/handbook/handbook.sgml
+++ b/handbook/handbook.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: handbook.sgml,v 1.58.2.4 1996-12-23 12:27:49 joerg Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: handbook.sgml,v 1.58.2.5 1997-03-15 23:29:34 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN" [
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
%sections;
<!-- The currently released version of FreeBSD -->
-<!ENTITY rel.current CDATA "2.1.6">
+<!ENTITY rel.current CDATA "2.2">
]>
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@
<author>
<name>The FreeBSD Documentation Project</name>
</author>
- <date>December 1996</date>
+ <date>February 1997</date>
<abstract>Welcome to FreeBSD! This handbook covers the
installation and day to day use of <bf>FreeBSD Release
@@ -47,7 +47,8 @@ the <url url="http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/" name="FreeBSD World Wide
Web server">. It may also be downloaded in plain text, postscript
or HTML from the <url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/docs"
name="FreeBSD FTP server"> or one of the numerous
-<ref id="mirrors" name="mirror sites">. You may also want to <url url="/search.html" name="Search the Handbook">.
+<ref id="mirrors-ftp" name="mirror sites">. You may also want to
+<url url="/search.html" name="Search the Handbook">.
</abstract>
<toc>
diff --git a/handbook/history.sgml b/handbook/history.sgml
index e1d95fbe17..24aa40f1cf 100644
--- a/handbook/history.sgml
+++ b/handbook/history.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: history.sgml,v 1.16.2.1 1996-12-23 02:01:23 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: history.sgml,v 1.16.2.2 1997-03-15 23:29:37 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>A brief history of FreeBSD<label id="history"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/hw.sgml b/handbook/hw.sgml
index 4d70acbad1..16f7d229fa 100644
--- a/handbook/hw.sgml
+++ b/handbook/hw.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: hw.sgml,v 1.47.2.4 1997-02-28 12:10:59 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: hw.sgml,v 1.47.2.5 1997-03-15 23:29:40 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
diff --git a/handbook/install.sgml b/handbook/install.sgml
index b515ff964c..0529898256 100644
--- a/handbook/install.sgml
+++ b/handbook/install.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: install.sgml,v 1.38.2.3 1996-12-23 02:01:34 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: install.sgml,v 1.38.2.4 1997-03-15 23:29:42 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
@@ -38,36 +38,29 @@
have installed, such as SCSI controllers, Ethernet
adapters or sound cards. This list should include
relevant configuration parameters such as interrupts
- (IRQ) and IO port addresses. </item>
+ (IRQ) and IO port addresses.<P></P></item>
<item>Download the <url
url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/&rel.current;-RELEASE/floppies/boot.flp"
name="installation boot disk image"> file to your hard
drive, and be sure to tell your browser to
<em>save</em> rather than <em>display</em>.
- <bf>Note:</bf> This disk image can be used for
- <em>both</em> 1.44 megabyte 3.5 inch floppy disks and
- 1.2 megabyte 5.25 inch floppy disks.</item>
+ <bf>Note:</bf> This disk image can only be used with
+ 1.44 megabyte 3.5 inch floppy disks.<P></P></item>
<item>Make the installation boot disk from the image file:
<itemize>
<item>If you are using MS-DOS download
<url
-url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/tools/dos-tools/rawrite.exe"
- name="rawrite.exe">, then run it:
+url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/tools/fdimage.exe"
+ name="fdimage.exe">, then run it like so:
<tscreen><verb>
-C:\> rawrite
+E:\> tools\fdimage floppies\boot.flp a:
</verb></tscreen> The
- program will prompt you for the floppy drive
- containing the disk you want to write to (A: or
- B:) and the name of the file to put on disk (boot.flp).
-
- <p><bf>Note:</bf> It has been widely reported that Windows95
- will only successfully support rawrite.exe in DOS mode
- and that Windows NT prevents it from working at all. You
- will have to make your floppy images on a different machine
- if you're running Windows NT and boot first into DOS mode if
- you're running Windows95.</p></item>
+ program will format the A: drive and then copy the
+ boot.flp image onto it (assuming that you're at the top
+ level of a FreeBSD distribution and the floppy images
+ live in the floppies subdirectory).<P></P></item>
<item>If you are using a UNIX system:
<tscreen>
@@ -76,11 +69,9 @@ C:\> rawrite
where <em>disk&lowbar;device</em> is the <tt>/dev</tt>
entry for the floppy drive. On FreeBSD systems, this
is <tt>/dev/fd0</tt> for the A: drive and
- <tt>/dev/fd1</tt> for the B: drive.
- </item>
+ <tt>/dev/fd1</tt> for the B: drive.<P></P></item>
</itemize>
-
- </item>
+ <P></P></item>
<item>With the installation disk in the A: drive, reboot your
computer. You should get a boot prompt something like this:
@@ -95,8 +86,7 @@ Boot:
with its default configuration after a delay of about
five seconds. As FreeBSD boots, it probes your computer
to determine what hardware is installed. The results of
- this probing is displayed on the screen.
- </item>
+ this probing is displayed on the screen.<P></P></item>
<item>When the booting process is finished, The main FreeBSD
installation menu will be displayed.</item>
@@ -180,11 +170,13 @@ Boot:
<item>IDE
<item>ATA
+ <item>Adaptec 1505 ISA SCSI controller
<item>Adaptec 152x series ISA SCSI controllers
+ <item>Adaptec 1535 ISA SCSI controllers
<item>Adaptec 154x series ISA SCSI controllers
<item>Adaptec 174x series EISA SCSI controller in
standard and enhanced mode.
- <item>Adaptec 274x/284x/2940/3940
+ <item>Adaptec 274x/284x/2940/2940U/3940
(Narrow/Wide/Twin)
series EISA/VLB/PCI SCSI controllers
<item>Adaptec AIC7850 on-board SCSI controllers
@@ -669,14 +661,26 @@ ftp://192.216.222.4/pub/FreeBSD/&rel.current;-RELEASE
<quote><bf>Note:</bf> Active and passive modes are
not the same as a `proxy' connection, where a proxy
- ftp server is listening on a different port!</quote>
-
- In such instances, you should specify the URL as something like:
+ FTP server is listening and forwarding FTP requests!</quote>
+
+ For a proxy FTP server, you should usually give name of
+ the server you really want as a part of the username,
+ after an @-sign. The proxy server then 'fakes' the real
+ server. An example: Say you want to install from
+ ftp.freebsd.org, using the proxy FTP server foo.bar.com,
+ listening on port 1234.
+
+ In this case, you go to the options menu, set the FTP
+ username to ftp@ftp.freebsd.org, and the password to your
+ e-mail address. As your installation media, you specify
+ FTP (or passive FTP, if the proxy support it), and the URL
<tscreen><verb>
ftp://foo.bar.com:1234/pub/FreeBSD
</verb></tscreen>
-
- Where ``1234'' is the port number of the proxy ftp server.
+ /pub/FreeBSD from ftp.freebsd.org is proxied under
+ foo.bar.com, allowing you to install from _that_ machine
+ (which fetch the files from ftp.freebsd.org as your
+ installation requests them).
<sect><heading>Installing FreeBSD</heading>
@@ -729,7 +733,7 @@ ftp://foo.bar.com:1234/pub/FreeBSD
you through a typical installation, give you a high degree of
control over each step of the installation or simply whizz
through it (using reasonable defaults when possible) as fast
- as possible. If you've never used FreeBSD before then the
+ as possible. If you have never used FreeBSD before then the
Novice installation method is most recommended.
<item>The final configuration menu choice allows you to
diff --git a/handbook/isdn.sgml b/handbook/isdn.sgml
index 0c832f5a33..b28a86be2d 100644
--- a/handbook/isdn.sgml
+++ b/handbook/isdn.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: isdn.sgml,v 1.6.2.1 1996-12-23 02:01:35 jkh Exp $-->
+<!-- $Id: isdn.sgml,v 1.6.2.2 1997-03-15 23:29:45 jkh Exp $-->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>ISDN<label id="isdn"></heading>
@@ -152,7 +152,7 @@ interchangeably.
<p>As the cost of low end ISDN routers/bridges comes down, it will
likely become a more and more popular choice. An ISDN router is a small
box that plugs directly into your local Ethernet network(or card), and
-manages it's own connection to the other bridge/router. It has all the
+manages its own connection to the other bridge/router. It has all the
software to do PPP and other protocols built in.
A router will allow you much faster throughput that a standard TA, since
@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ AUI/10BT transceiver, if necessary.
|
---FreeBSD box
|
----Windows 95 (Don't admit to owning it)
+---Windows 95 (Do not admit to owning it)
|
Standalone router
|
diff --git a/handbook/kerberos.sgml b/handbook/kerberos.sgml
index d9197e1d42..7ad1995afe 100644
--- a/handbook/kerberos.sgml
+++ b/handbook/kerberos.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: kerberos.sgml,v 1.8 1996-08-21 07:28:48 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: kerberos.sgml,v 1.8.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:47 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>Kerberos<label id="kerberos"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/kernelconfig.sgml b/handbook/kernelconfig.sgml
index b0dba4f120..3f487de58d 100644
--- a/handbook/kernelconfig.sgml
+++ b/handbook/kernelconfig.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: kernelconfig.sgml,v 1.21.2.2 1996-12-23 12:27:50 joerg Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: kernelconfig.sgml,v 1.21.2.3 1997-03-15 23:29:49 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!-- <!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC '-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN'> -->
<chapt><heading>Configuring the FreeBSD Kernel<label id="kernelconfig"></heading>
@@ -86,7 +86,7 @@
``permission denied'' errors.</quote>
Now, edit MYKERNEL with your favorite text editor. If
- you're just starting out, the only editor available will
+ you are just starting out, the only editor available will
probably be <tt>vi</tt>, which is too complex to explain
here, but is covered well in many books in the <ref
id="bibliography" name="bibliography">. Feel free to change the
@@ -441,7 +441,7 @@
<quote><em/Note:/ <!-- MFS is currently a bit
limited (for example, I noticed that two programs
- ca not access the <tt>/tmp</tt> device
+ can not access the <tt>/tmp</tt> device
simultaneously). As such, you may want to avoid
it for now. --> Also, the <tt>MFS</tt> filesystem
can <em>not</em> be dynamically loaded, so you
@@ -454,10 +454,9 @@
have a public access system, and do not want users
to be able to overflow the <tt>/home</tt>
partition, you can establish disk quotas for each
- user. This code is a little buggy, so do not
- enable it unless you have to. View the manual page
- for <tt>quota(1)</tt> to learn more about disk
- quotas.
+ user. Refer to the
+ <ref id="quotas" name="Disk Quotas">
+ section for more information.
</descrip>
diff --git a/handbook/kerneldebug.sgml b/handbook/kerneldebug.sgml
index bdde6a41dd..8621071749 100644
--- a/handbook/kerneldebug.sgml
+++ b/handbook/kerneldebug.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: kerneldebug.sgml,v 1.10 1996-05-16 23:18:04 mpp Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: kerneldebug.sgml,v 1.10.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:51 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>Kernel Debugging<label id="kerneldebug"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/kernelopts.sgml b/handbook/kernelopts.sgml
index 06a6d908eb..1a5f548ed9 100644
--- a/handbook/kernelopts.sgml
+++ b/handbook/kernelopts.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: kernelopts.sgml,v 1.1 1996-12-23 12:20:04 joerg Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: kernelopts.sgml,v 1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:52 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!-- <!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC '-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN'> -->
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ id="kernelconfig" name="kernel configuration"> before reading here.
after running <tt/config(8)/, the build process will automatically
pick up modified options, and only recompile those files where it is
necessary. Wiping out the old compile directory on each run of
- <tt/config(8)/ as it's still done now can then be eliminated again.
+ <tt/config(8)/ as it is still done now can then be eliminated again.
<p>Basically, a kernel option is nothing else than the definition of
a C preprocessor macro for the kernel compilation process. To make
@@ -41,13 +41,13 @@ id="kernelconfig" name="kernel configuration"> before reading here.
must be a valid C expression in whatever context the default value
would have been used.
- <p>It's also possible to create value-less options that simply
+ <p>It is also possible to create value-less options that simply
enable or disable a particular piece of code by embracing it in
<verb>
#ifdef THAT_OPTION
-...
+[your code here]
#endif
</verb>
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ id="kernelconfig" name="kernel configuration"> before reading here.
<p>People familiar with the C language will immediately recognize
that everything could be counted as a ``config option'' where
- there's at least a single <tt/#ifdef/ referencing it... Now only
+ there is at least a single <tt/#ifdef/ referencing it... Now only
few people probably would try to say
<verb>
@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ id="kernelconfig" name="kernel configuration"> before reading here.
fall over. :-)
<p>Apparently, using arbitrary names for the options makes it very
- hard to track their usage throughout the kernel source tree. That's
+ hard to track their usage throughout the kernel source tree. That is
the rationale behind the <em/new-style/ option scheme, where each
option goes into a separate <tt/.h/ file in the kernel compile
directory, which is by convention named <tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt>.
@@ -77,9 +77,9 @@ id="kernelconfig" name="kernel configuration"> before reading here.
<p>The old-style option mechanism still has one advantage for local
options or maybe experimental options that have a short anticipated
- lifetime: since it's easy to add a new <tt/#ifdef/ to the kernel
- source, this already made it a kernel config option, so that's
- already all about it. In this case, the administrator using such an
+ lifetime: since it is easy to add a new <tt/#ifdef/ to the kernel
+ source, this has already made it a kernel config option.
+ In this case, the administrator using such an
option is responsible himself for knowing about its implications
(and maybe manually forcing the recompilation of parts of his
kernel). Once the transition of all supported options has been
@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ id="kernelconfig" name="kernel configuration"> before reading here.
<tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> file where your new option would best go
into.
- <p>If there's already something that comes close to the purpose of
+ <p>If there is already something that comes close to the purpose of
the new option, pick this. For example, options modifying the
overall behaviour of the SCSI subsystem can go into <tt/opt_scsi.h/.
By default, simply mentioning an option in the appropriate option
@@ -104,19 +104,19 @@ id="kernelconfig" name="kernel configuration"> before reading here.
corresponding file <tt/opt_foo.h/. This can be overridden on the
right-hand side of a rule by specifying another filename.
- <p>If there's no <tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> already available for
+ <p>If there is no <tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> already available for
the intended new option, invent a new name. Make it meaningful, and
comment the new section in the
<tt>options[<em>.&lt;arch&gt;</em>]</tt> file. <tt/config(8)/ will
automagically pick up the change, and create that file next time it
- is run. Most options should go in a header file by themself.
+ is run. Most options should go in a header file by themselves..
<p>Packing too many options into a single
<tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> will cause too many kernel files to be
rebuilt when one of the options has been changed in the config file.
<p>Finally, find out which kernel files depend on the new option.
- Unless you've just invented your option, so it doesn't exist
+ Unless you have just invented your option, and it does not exist
anywhere yet,
<verb>
@@ -144,6 +144,6 @@ id="kernelconfig" name="kernel configuration"> before reading here.
(i. e., a file sitting in <tt>/usr/include/sys/</tt>) is almost
always a mistake. <tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> cannot be included
into those files since it would break the headers more seriously,
- but if it isn't included, then places that include it may get an
+ but if it is not included, then places that include it may get an
inconsistent value for the option. Yes, there are precedents for
- this right now, but that doesn't make them more correct.
+ this right now, but that does not make them more correct.
diff --git a/handbook/linuxemu.sgml b/handbook/linuxemu.sgml
index 623d27c822..b35a17e1aa 100644
--- a/handbook/linuxemu.sgml
+++ b/handbook/linuxemu.sgml
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
-<!-- $Id: linuxemu.sgml,v 1.13 1996-10-05 18:36:18 wosch Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: linuxemu.sgml,v 1.13.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:54 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>Linux Emulation<label id="linuxemu"></heading>
-<p><em>Contributed by &a.brian and &a.rich;</em>
+<p><em>Contributed by &a.handy and &a.rich;</em>
<sect><heading>How to install the Linux emulator</heading>
@@ -195,7 +195,7 @@ general this does not seem to be a problem.
<sect2><heading>Installing libraries manually</heading>
-<p>If you don't have the ``ports'' distribution, you can install the
+<p>If you do not have the ``ports'' distribution, you can install the
libraries by hand instead. You will need the Linux shared libraries
that the program depends on and the runtime linker. Also, you will
need to create a "shadow root" directory, /compat/linux, for Linux
@@ -521,7 +521,7 @@ slakware/x9/xf_lib.tgz
<p>Extract the files from these gzipped tarfiles in your
/compat/linux directory (possibly omitting or afterwards
-removing files you don't need), and you are done.
+removing files you do not need), and you are done.
<p><bf>See also:</bf>
<verb>
@@ -582,12 +582,12 @@ richc.isdn.bcm.tmc.edu 9845-03452-90255
</tscreen>
So, for example, the `machine ID' of `richc' is `9845-03452-90255'.
You can ignore the message about the ioctl that is not
-implemented. It won't prevent Mathematica from running
+implemented. It will not prevent Mathematica from running
in any way and you can safely ignore it, though you
will see the message every time you run Mathematica.
<p>When you register with Wolfram, either by email, phone
-or fax, you'll give them the 'machine ID' and they will
+or fax, you will give them the 'machine ID' and they will
respond with a corresponding password consisting of
groups of numbers. You need to add them both along
with the machine name and license number in your
@@ -602,7 +602,7 @@ You can do this by invoking:
</tscreen>
It will ask you to enter your license number and the
Wolfram supplied password. If you get them mixed up or
-for some reason the math.install fails, That's OK,
+for some reason the math.install fails, That is OK,
because you can simply edit the file 'mathpass' in this
same directory to correct the info manually.
@@ -612,7 +612,7 @@ you want to use your own. If you are like us and
distrust all install programs, you probably want to
specify the actual directories. Beware. Although the
math.install program asks you to specify directories,
-it won't create them for you, so you should perhaps
+it will not create them for you, so you should perhaps
have a second window open with another shell so that
you can create them before you give them to the install
program. Or, if it fails, you
@@ -636,8 +636,8 @@ go.
as the X Front End, and you have to install it separately.
To get the X Front End stuff correctly installed, cd
into the /usr/local/Mathematica/FrontEnd directory and
-executed the ./xfe.install shell script. You'll have
-to tell it where to put things, but you don't have to
+executed the ./xfe.install shell script. You will have
+to tell it where to put things, but you do not have to
create any directories because it uses all the same
directories that had been created for math.install.
When it finished, there should be a new shell script in
@@ -651,7 +651,7 @@ Mathematica has installed. At the beginning of every shell script in
XKEYSYMDB=/usr/local/Mathematica/lib/X11/XKeysymDB; export XKEYSYMDB
</verb>
</tscreen>
-This tells Mathematica were to find it's own version of the key
+This tells Mathematica were to find its own version of the key
mapping file XKeysymDB. Without this you will get pages of error
messages about missing key mappings.
@@ -662,7 +662,7 @@ RESOLV_HOST_CONF=/compat/linux/etc/host.conf; export RESOLV_HOST_CONF
</verb>
</tscreen>
This tells Mathematica to use the linux version of host.conf. This
-file has a different syntax from FreeBSD's host.conf, so you'll get an
+file has a different syntax from FreeBSD's host.conf, so you will get an
error message about /etc/host.conf if you leave this out.
<p>You might want to also modify your /etc/manpath.config file
@@ -670,11 +670,11 @@ to read the new man directory, and you may need to edit your
~/.cshrc file to add /usr/local/Mathematica/bin
to your path.
-<p>That's about all it takes, With this you should be able
+<p>That is about all it takes, With this you should be able
to type "mathematica" and get a really slick looking
Mathematica Notebook screen up. Mathematica has included
-the Motif user interfaces, but it's compiled in statically,
-so you don't need the Motif libraries. Good luck doing this
+the Motif user interfaces, but it is compiled in statically,
+so you do not need the Motif libraries. Good luck doing this
yourself!
<sect1><heading>Bugs</heading>
@@ -687,7 +687,7 @@ File .../Untitled-1.mb appears to be broken for OMPR.257.0
</verb>
</tscreen>
-We haven't found the cause for this, but it only affects the
+We have not found the cause for this, but it only affects the
Notebook's X Window front end, not the mathematica engine itself. So
the command line interface invoked by 'math' is unaffected by this
bug.
diff --git a/handbook/lists.sgml b/handbook/lists.sgml
index 3dc1c2bf71..044a571def 100644
--- a/handbook/lists.sgml
+++ b/handbook/lists.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: lists.sgml,v 1.6 1996-10-04 22:54:08 wosch Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: lists.sgml,v 1.6.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:56 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
diff --git a/handbook/mail.sgml b/handbook/mail.sgml
index fa19c61b1d..3277e420f7 100644
--- a/handbook/mail.sgml
+++ b/handbook/mail.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: mail.sgml,v 1.2.2.1 1996-12-23 02:01:43 jkh Exp $
+<!-- $Id: mail.sgml,v 1.2.2.2 1997-03-15 23:29:57 jkh Exp $
The FreeBSD Documentation Project
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
@@ -9,149 +9,152 @@
<author> &a.wlloyd;
<date> 24 Nov 1996, (c) 1996
- <abstract> This section contains basic information on setting up E-Mail for you FreeBSD box.
+ <abstract> This section contains basic information on setting up Electronic Mail on your new FreeBSD box.
</abstract>
<toc>
-->
<chapt><heading>Electronic Mail<label id="mail"></heading>
-<sect><heading>Basic Information</heading>
<p><em>Contributed by &a.wlloyd;.</em>
-<p> E-mail, as simple as the concept sounds, can be extremely complicated. If you plan on doing anything beyond setting up a simple one machine E-mail system, you should buy and refer to a book on Sendmail.
+<p> Electronic Mail configuration is the subject of many <ref name="System Administration" id="bibliography"> books. If you plan on doing anything beyond setting up one mailhost for your network, you need industrial strength help.
+
+Some parts of E-Mail configuration are controlled in the Domain Name System (DNS). If you are going to run your own own DNS server check out <bf> <tt> /etc/namedb </tt></bf> and ' <bf><tt>man -k named </tt></bf> ' for more information.
+
+<sect><heading>Basic Information</heading>
- <sect1><heading>Introduction</heading>
<p>
- These are the major programs or components of an e-mail exchange.
- <sect2><heading>User program</heading>
- <p> This is a program like <tt /elm, pine, mail/ , or something more sophisticated like a WWW browser. This program will simply pass off all e-mail transactions to the local mailhost, either by calling <tt>sendmail</tt> or delivering it over TCP to your mailhost.
- <sect2><heading>Transport Agent - Sendmail</heading>
- <p> Usually this program is <tt /sendmail or smail/ running in the background. Turn it off or change the command line options in <tt> /etc/sysconfig </tt>. It is best to leave it on unless you have a specific reason to want it off. Ie: Firewall
-<p>
-You should be aware that <tt>sendmail</tt> is a potential weak link in a secure site. Some versions of <tt>sendmail</tt> have known security problems.
-
- <p> <tt> sendmail </tt> will look up in the DNS to determine the actual host that will receive mail for the destination.
- <p> Sendmail will take the message from the local queue and deliver it across the Internet to another sendmail on the receivers computer.
- <p> Sendmail will also be able to do the reverse. It will accept messages and save them on your local machine.
- <sect2><heading>POP Servers</heading>
+ These are the major programs involved in an E-Mail exchange.
+A <tt/mailhost/ is a server that is responsible for delivering and receiving all email for your host, and possibly your network.
+
+ <sect1><heading>User program</heading>
+ <p> This is a program like <tt /elm, pine, mail/ , or something more sophisticated like a WWW browser. This program will simply pass off all e-mail transactions to the local <tt/mailhost/ , either by calling <tt>sendmail</tt> or delivering it over TCP.
+
+ <sect1><heading>Mailhost Server Daemon</heading>
+ <p> Usually this program is <tt /sendmail or smail/ running in the background. Turn it off or change the command line options in <tt> /etc/sysconfig </tt>. It is best to leave it on, unless you have a specific reason to want it off. Example: You are building a <ref name="Firewall" id="firewalls">.
+
+<p>You should be aware that <tt>sendmail</tt> is a potential weak link in a secure site. Some versions of <tt>sendmail</tt> have known security problems.
+
+<p> <tt><bf> sendmail </bf></tt> does two jobs. It looks after delivering and receiving mail.
+
+If <bf><tt/sendmail/ </bf> needs to delivery mail off your site it will look up in the DNS to determine the actual host that will receive mail for the destination.
+
+<p> If it is acting as a delivery agent <tt/sendmail/ will take the message from the local queue and deliver it across the Internet to another sendmail on the receivers computer.
+
+ <sect1><heading>DNS - Name Service</heading>
+ <p>The Domain Name System and its daemon <tt/named/ , contain the database mapping hostname to IP address, and hostname to mailhost. The IP address is specified in an "A" record. The "MX" record specifies the mailhost that will receive mail for you. If you do not have a "MX" record mail for your hostname, the mail will be delivered to your host directly.
+
+Unless you are running your own DNS server, you will not be able to change any information in the DNS yourself. If you are using an Internet Provider, speak to them.
+
+ <sect1><heading>POP Servers</heading>
<p> This program gets the mail from your mailbox and gives it to your browser. If you want to run a POP server on your computer, you will need to do 2 things.
<itemize>
-<item>Get pop software from the ports or packages collection.
-<item>Modify <tt>/etc/inetd.conf</> to load POP server.
+<item>Get pop software from the <url url="../ports/mail.html" name="Ports collection"> that can be found in <tt><bf>/usr/ports </bf></tt>
+ or packages collection. This handbook section has a complete reference on the <ref name="Ports" id="ports"> system.
+<item>Modify <bf><tt>/etc/inetd.conf</tt></bf> to load the POP server.
</itemize>
-The pop program you get will have instructions with it. Read them.
-
-<sect1><heading>Configuration</heading>
+The pop program will have instructions with it. Read them.
+
+</sect>
+
+<sect><heading>Configuration</heading>
+
+ <sect1><heading>Basic</heading>
+<p>
+As your FreeBSD system comes "out of the box"[TM], you should be able to send E-mail to external hosts as long as you have <bf><tt>/etc/resolv.conf</tt> </bf> setup or are running a name server.
+ If you want to have mail for your host delivered to your specific host,there are two methods:
+<p>
+- Run a name server ( <tt><bf>man -k named</></> ) and have your own domain <tt>smallminingco.com </tt>
<p>
-As your FreeBSD system comes "out of the box" you should be able to send e-mail to external hosts. The problem is no mail will be able to get back to your host. This is not a problem if you are willing to make sure you hand edit the automatic <tt>reply to address</tt> every time you send a message.
+- Get mail delivered to the current DNS name for your host. Ie: <tt>dorm6.ahouse.school.edu </tt>
<p>
-It is relatively simple to get another host to receive your e-mail under the same username. You can then pick it up over POP or telnet.
+No matter what option you choose, to have mail delivered directly to your host, you must be a full Internet host. You must have a permanent IP address. IE: NO dynamic PPP. If you are behind a firewall, the firewall must be passing on smtp traffic to you. From <bf><tt> /etc/services </tt></bf>
+<verb>
+smtp 25/tcp mail #Simple Mail Transfer
+</verb>
+If you want to receive mail at your host itself, you must make sure that the DNS MX entry points to your host address, or there is no MX entry for your DNS name.
-A user account with the SAME USERNAME should exist on both machines. Please use <tt/adduser/ to do this if needed. If you set the <tt/shell/ to <tt>/nonexistent</tt> the user will not be allowed to login.
+Try this
+<verb>
+newbsdbox# hostname
+newbsdbox.freebsd.org
+newbsdbox# host newbsdbox.freebsd.org
+newbsdbox.freebsd.org has address 204.216.27.xx
+</verb>
-The mailhost that you will be using must be designated the Mail exchange for your host. This must be arranged in DNS (ie BIND, named). Please refer to a Networking book for more information.
+If that is all that comes out for your machine, mail directory to <tt><bf>root@newbsdbox.freebsd.org </bf></tt> will work no problems.
-You basically need to add these lines in your DNS server.
-<verb>
-myhost.smalliap.com A xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ; Your ip
- MX 10 smtp.smalliap.com ; your mailhost
+If instead, you have this
+<verb>
+newbsdbox# host newbsdbox.freebsd.org
+newbsdbox.FreeBSD.org has address 204.216.27.xx
+newbsdbox.FreeBSD.org mail is handled (pri=10) by freefall.FreeBSD.org
</verb>
+All mail sent to your host directly will end up on freefall, under the same username.
-You cannot do this yourself unless you are running a DNS server. If you do not want to run a DNS server, get somebody else like your Internet Provider to do it.
+This information is setup in your domain name server. This should be the same host that is listed as your primary nameserver in <bf><tt> /etc/resolv.conf</tt></bf>
-This will redirect mail for your host to the MX (Mail eXchange) host. It does not matter what machine the A record points to, the mail will be sent to the MX host.
-<p>
-This feature is used to implement Virtual Hosting.
-<p>Example
-<p>
-I have a customer with domain foo.bar and I want all mail for foo.bar to be sent to my machine smtp.smalliap.com. You must make an entry in your DNS server like:
+The DNS record that carries mail routing information is the Mail eXchange entry. If no MX entry exists, mail will be delivered directly to the host by way of the Address record.
-<verb>
-foo.bar MX 10 smtp.smalliap.com ; your mailhost
+The MX entry for freefall.freebsd.org at one time.
+<verb>
+ freefall MX 30 mail.crl.net
+ freefall MX 40 agora.rdrop.com
+ freefall HINFO Pentium FreeBSD
+ freefall MX 10 freefall.FreeBSD.org
+ freefall MX 20 who.cdrom.com
+ freefall A 204.216.27.xx
+ freefall CNAME www.FreeBSD.org
</verb>
-The A record is not needed if you only want e-mail for the domain.
-On the mailhost that actually accepts mail for final delivery to a mailbox, sendmail must be told what hosts it will be accepting mail for.
+Freefall has many MX entries. The lowest MX number gets the mail in the end. The others will queue mail temporarily, if freefall is busy or down.
-<p>Add myhost.smalliap.com to /etc/sendmail.cw (if you are using FEATURE(use_cw_file)), or add a "Cw myhost.smalliap.com" line to /etc/sendmail.cf.
-
-<p>To actually receive mail on your host, you need to have the MX entry above changed to point to your host. You also move the Cw line above in your <tt>sendmail.cf</tt>.
+Alternate MX sites should have separate connections to the Internet, to be most useful. An Internet Provider or other friendly site can provide this service.
+<bf><tt>dig, nslookup, </tt></bf>and<bf><tt> host </tt></bf>are your friends.
+
+ <sect1><heading>Mail for your Domain (Network).<label id="mail:domain"></heading>
<p>
-This is a Bad Idea if your connection to the Internet is not permanent. Mail will bounce.
+To setup up a network mailhost, you need to direct the mail from arriving at all the workstations. In other words, you want to hijack all mail for <tt> *.smallminingco.com </tt> and divert it to one machine, your mailhost.
-<p>
-If you plan on doing anything serious with <tt/sendmail/ you should install the sendmail source. The source has plenty of documentation with it. You will find information on getting <tt/sendmail/ source from <ref name="UUCP and sendmail" id="sendmailuucp">.
-</sect>
+The network users on their workstations will most likely pick up their mail over POP or telnet.
-<sect><heading>FAQ<label id="mailfaq"></heading>
- <sect1>
- <heading>Why do I have to use the FQDN for hosts on my site?</heading>
- <p>
- You will probably find that the host is actually in a different
- domain; for example, if you are in foo.bar.edu and you wish to reach
- a host called ``mumble'' in the bar.edu domain, you will have to
- refer to it by the fully-qualified domain name, ``mumble.bar.edu'',
- instead of just ``mumble''.
- <p>
- Traditionally, this was allowed by BSD BIND resolvers. However
- the current version of <em>BIND</em> that ships with FreeBSD
- no longer provides default abbreviations for non-fully
- qualified domain names other than the domain you are in.
- So an unqualified host <tt>mumble</tt> must either be found
- as <tt>mumble.foo.bar.edu</tt>, or it will be searched for
- in the root domain.
- <p>
- This is different from the previous behavior, where the
- search continued across <tt>mumble.bar.edu</tt>, and
- <tt>mumble.edu</tt>. Have a look at RFC 1535 for why this
- was considered bad practice, or even a security hole.
- <p>
- As a good workaround, you can place the line
-<p><tt>
-search foo.bar.edu bar.edu
-</tt><p>
- instead of the previous
+A user account with the SAME USERNAME should exist on both machines. Please use <tt/adduser/ to do this as required. If you set the <tt/shell/ to <tt>/nonexistent</tt> the user will not be allowed to login.
-<p><tt>
-domain foo.bar.edu
-</tt><p>
- into your <tt>/etc/resolv.conf</tt>. However, make sure
- that the search order does not go beyond the ``boundary
- between local and public administration'', as RFC 1535
- calls it.
-
- </sect1>
+The mailhost that you will be using must be designated the Mail eXchange for each workstation. This must be arranged in DNS (ie BIND, named). Please refer to a Networking book for in-depth information.
- <sect1><heading>Sendmail says ``mail loops back to myself''</heading>
- <p>
- This is answered in the sendmail FAQ as follows:-
- <verb>
- * I'm getting "Local configuration error" messages, such as:
+You basically need to add these lines in your DNS server.
+<verb>
+pc24.smallminingco.com A xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ; Workstation ip
+ MX 10 smtp.smallminingco.com ; Your mailhost
+</verb>
- 553 relay.domain.net config error: mail loops back to myself
- 554 <user@domain.net>... Local configuration error
+You cannot do this yourself unless you are running a DNS server. If you do not want to run a DNS server, get somebody else like your Internet Provider to do it.
- How can I solve this problem?
+This will redirect mail for the workstation to the Mail eXchange host. It does not matter what machine the A record points to, the mail will be sent to the MX host.
+<p>
+This feature is used to implement Virtual E-Mail Hosting.
+<p>Example
+<p>
+I have a customer with domain foo.bar and I want all mail for foo.bar to be sent to my machine smtp.smalliap.com. You must make an entry in your DNS server like:
+<verb>
+foo.bar MX 10 smtp.smalliap.com ; your mailhost
+</verb>
+The A record is not needed if you only want E-Mail for the domain. IE: Don't expect <bf><tt>ping foo.bar</tt></bf> to work unless an Address record for <tt>foo.bar</tt> exists as well.
- You have asked mail to the domain (e.g., domain.net) to be
- forwarded to a specific host (in this case, relay.domain.net)
- by using an MX record, but the relay machine doesn't recognize
- itself as domain.net. Add domain.net to /etc/sendmail.cw
- (if you are using FEATURE(use_cw_file)) or add "Cw domain.net"
- to /etc/sendmail.cf.
- </verb>
- <p>
- The sendmail FAQ is in <tt>/usr/src/usr.sbin/sendmail</tt>
- and is recommended reading if you want to do any
- ``tweaking'' of your mail setup.
+On the mailhost that actually accepts mail for final delivery to a mailbox, sendmail must be told what hosts it will be accepting mail for.
- <sect1>
- <heading>How do I use sendmail for mail delivery with UUCP?<label id="sendmailuucp"></heading>
+<p>Add pc24.smallminingco.com to /etc/sendmail.cw (if you are using FEATURE(use_cw_file)), or add a "Cw myhost.smalliap.com" line to <bf><tt>/etc/sendmail.cf</tt></bf>
+<p>
+If you plan on doing anything serious with <tt/sendmail/ you should install the sendmail source. The source has plenty of documentation with it. You will find information on getting <tt/sendmail/ source from <ref name="the UUCP information" id="sendmailuucp">.
+
+<sect1>
+ <heading> Setting up UUCP.<label id="sendmailuucp"></heading>
+<p><em>Stolen from the FAQ.</em>
<p>
The sendmail configuration that ships with FreeBSD is
suited for sites that connect directly to the Internet.
@@ -294,8 +297,76 @@ domain foo.bar.edu
> ^D
j@uriah 192%
</verb>
+</sect>
-<sect1><heading>How can I do e-mail with a dialup PPP host</heading>
+<sect><heading>FAQ<label id="mailfaq"></heading>
+
+<p><em>Migration from FAQ.</em>
+
+ <sect1>
+
+ <heading>Why do I have to use the FQDN for hosts on my site?</heading>
+ <p>
+ You will probably find that the host is actually in a different
+ domain; for example, if you are in foo.bar.edu and you wish to reach
+ a host called ``mumble'' in the bar.edu domain, you will have to
+ refer to it by the fully-qualified domain name, ``mumble.bar.edu'',
+ instead of just ``mumble''.
+ <p>
+ Traditionally, this was allowed by BSD BIND resolvers. However
+ the current version of <em>BIND</em> that ships with FreeBSD
+ no longer provides default abbreviations for non-fully
+ qualified domain names other than the domain you are in.
+ So an unqualified host <tt>mumble</tt> must either be found
+ as <tt>mumble.foo.bar.edu</tt>, or it will be searched for
+ in the root domain.
+ <p>
+ This is different from the previous behavior, where the
+ search continued across <tt>mumble.bar.edu</tt>, and
+ <tt>mumble.edu</tt>. Have a look at RFC 1535 for why this
+ was considered bad practice, or even a security hole.
+ <p>
+ As a good workaround, you can place the line
+<p><tt>
+search foo.bar.edu bar.edu
+</tt><p>
+ instead of the previous
+
+<p><tt>
+domain foo.bar.edu
+</tt><p>
+ into your <tt>/etc/resolv.conf</tt>. However, make sure
+ that the search order does not go beyond the ``boundary
+ between local and public administration'', as RFC 1535
+ calls it.
+
+ </sect1>
+
+ <sect1><heading>Sendmail says ``mail loops back to myself''</heading>
+ <p>
+ This is answered in the sendmail FAQ as follows:-
+ <verb>
+ * I am getting "Local configuration error" messages, such as:
+
+ 553 relay.domain.net config error: mail loops back to myself
+ 554 <user@domain.net>... Local configuration error
+
+ How can I solve this problem?
+
+ You have asked mail to the domain (e.g., domain.net) to be
+ forwarded to a specific host (in this case, relay.domain.net)
+ by using an MX record, but the relay machine does not recognize
+ itself as domain.net. Add domain.net to /etc/sendmail.cw
+ (if you are using FEATURE(use_cw_file)) or add "Cw domain.net"
+ to /etc/sendmail.cf.
+ </verb>
+ <p>
+ The sendmail FAQ is in <tt>/usr/src/usr.sbin/sendmail</tt>
+ and is recommended reading if you want to do any
+ ``tweaking'' of your mail setup.
+
+
+<sect1><heading>How can I do E-Mail with a dialup PPP host?</heading>
<p>
You want to connect a FreeBSD box on a lan, to the Internet. The FreeBSD box will be a mail gateway for the lan. The PPP connection is non-dedicated.
@@ -351,9 +422,9 @@ OwTrue
That way a remote site will deliver straight to you, without trying
the customer connection. You then send to your customer. Only works for
-'hosts', so you need to get your customer to name their mail machine
-'customer.com' as well as 'hostname.customer.com' in the DNS. Just put
-an A record in the DNS for 'customer.com'.
+"hosts", so you need to get your customer to name their mail machine
+"customer.com" as well as "hostname.customer.com" in the DNS. Just put
+an A record in the DNS for "customer.com".
</verb>
</sect1>
diff --git a/handbook/memoryuse.sgml b/handbook/memoryuse.sgml
index b1f43002a3..a8090c23ce 100644
--- a/handbook/memoryuse.sgml
+++ b/handbook/memoryuse.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: memoryuse.sgml,v 1.7 1996-05-16 23:18:06 mpp Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: memoryuse.sgml,v 1.7.2.1 1997-03-15 23:29:59 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>PC memory utilization<label id="memoryuse"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/mirrors.sgml b/handbook/mirrors.sgml
index ff8ccff355..7c2602bfa7 100644
--- a/handbook/mirrors.sgml
+++ b/handbook/mirrors.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: mirrors.sgml,v 1.41.2.1 1996-12-23 02:01:50 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: mirrors.sgml,v 1.41.2.2 1997-03-15 23:30:01 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
@@ -7,12 +7,9 @@
<chapt><heading>Obtaining FreeBSD<label id="mirrors"></heading>
-<p>The official sources for FreeBSD available via anonymous FTP from:
-<quote>
-<url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
-name="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD">
-</quote>
-and on CD-ROM from Walnut Creek CDROM:
+<sect><heading>CD-ROM Publishers</heading>
+
+<p>FreeBSD is available on CD-ROM from Walnut Creek CDROM:
<quote>
Walnut Creek CDROM<newline>
1547 Palos Verdes Mall, Suite 260<newline>
@@ -23,14 +20,24 @@ and on CD-ROM from Walnut Creek CDROM:
WWW: <url url="http://www.cdrom.com/" name="http://www.cdrom.com/">
</quote>
+<sect><heading>FTP Sites<label id="mirrors-ftp"></heading>
+
+<p>The official sources for FreeBSD are available via anonymous FTP from:
+<quote>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
+name="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD">.
+</quote>
+
<p>Additionally, FreeBSD is available via anonymous FTP from the
following mirror sites. If you choose to obtain FreeBSD via
anonymous FTP, please try to use a site near you.
+<ref id="mirrors-ar" name="Argentina">,
<ref id="mirrors-au" name="Australia">,
<ref id="mirrors-br" name="Brazil">,
<ref id="mirrors-ca" name="Canada">,
<ref id="mirrors-cz" name="Czech Republic">,
+<ref id="mirrors-dk" name="Denmark">,
<ref id="mirrors-ee" name="Estonia">,
<ref id="mirrors-fi" name="Finland">,
<ref id="mirrors-fr" name="France">,
@@ -51,8 +58,21 @@ and on CD-ROM from Walnut Creek CDROM:
<ref id="mirrors-us" name="USA">,
<ref id="mirrors-uk" name="UK">.
-
<descrip>
+<tag><label id="mirrors-ar">Argentina</tag>
+
+In case of problems, please contact the
+<url url="mailto:hostmaster@ar.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
+for this domain.
+
+<itemize>
+
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.ar.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp.ar.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+
+</itemize>
+
<tag><label id="mirrors-au">Australia</tag>
In case of problems, please contact the
@@ -132,6 +152,21 @@ for this domain.
</itemize>
+
+<tag><label id="mirrors-dk">Denmark</tag>
+
+In case of problems, please contact the
+<url url="mailto:hostmaster@dk.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
+for this domain.
+
+<itemize>
+
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.dk.freeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp.dk.freeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+
+</itemize>
+
<tag><label id="mirrors-ee">Estonia</tag>
In case of problems, please contact the
@@ -309,48 +344,51 @@ for this domain.
<tag><label id="mirrors-pl">Poland</tag>
+In case of problems, please contact the
+<url url="mailto:hostmaster@pl.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
+for this domain.
+
<itemize>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://SunSITE.icm.edu.pl/pub/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://SunSITE.icm.edu.pl/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
- Contact: <url url="mailto:ftp@SunSITE.icm.edu.pl"
- name="ftp@SunSITE.icm.edu.pl">.
+<url url="ftp://ftp.pl.freebsd.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp.pl.freebsd.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
</itemize>
<tag><label id="mirrors-pt">Portugal</tag>
+In case of problems, please contact the
+<url url="mailto:hostmaster@pt.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
+for this domain.
+
<itemize>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://ftp.ua.pt/pub/misc/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://ftp.ua.pt/pub/misc/FreeBSD"><newline>
- Contact: <url url="mailto:archie@ua.pt"
- name="archie@ua.pt">.
-
+<url url="ftp://ftp.pt.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp.pt.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp2.pt.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp2.pt.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
</itemize>
<tag><label id="mirrors-ru">Russia</tag>
-<itemize>
-
In case of problems, please contact the
<url url="mailto:hostmaster@ru.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
for this domain.
-<item>
-<url url="ftp://ftp1.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://ftp1.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
- Contact: <url url="mailto:ftp-adm@ftp1.ru.freebsd.org"
- name="ftp-adm@ftp1.ru.freebsd.org">.
+<itemize>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://ftp.kiae.su/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://ftp.kiae.su/FreeBSD"><newline>
- Contact: <url url="mailto:ftp@ftp.kiae.su"
- name="ftp@ftp.kiae.su">.
-
+<url url="ftp://ftp.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp2.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp2.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp3.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp3.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
</itemize>
<tag><label id="mirrors-za">South Africa</tag>
@@ -463,8 +501,8 @@ for this domain.
<url url="ftp://ftp2.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/walnut.creek/FreeBSD"
name="ftp://ftp2.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/walnut.creek/FreeBSD"><newline>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://ftp3.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/BSD/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://ftp3.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/BSD/FreeBSD"><newline>
+<url url="ftp://ftp3.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/unix/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp3.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/unix/FreeBSD"><newline>
</itemize>
@@ -521,7 +559,8 @@ for this domain.
</descrip>
-<label id="mirrors-ctm">
+<sect><heading>CTM Sites<label id="mirrors-ctm"></heading>
+
<p>CTM/FreeBSD is available via anonymous FTP from the
following mirror sites. If you choose to obtain CTM via
anonymous FTP, please try to use a site near you.
@@ -578,3 +617,85 @@ try
name="http://ftpsearch.ntnu.no/ftpsearch">.
FTP search is a great free archie server in Trondheim, Norway.
+<sect><heading>CVSup Sites<label id="mirrors-cvsup"></heading>
+
+<p>CVSup servers for FreeBSD are running at the following sites:
+
+<descrip>
+
+<tag>Argentina</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.ar.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:msagre@cactus.fi.uba.ar" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>Australia</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.au.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:dawes@physics.usyd.edu.au" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>Germany</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.de.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:wosch@cs.tu-berlin.de" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>Japan</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.jp.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:simokawa@sat.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>Netherlands</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.nl.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:xaa@stack.nl" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>Norway</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.no.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:Tor.Egge@idt.ntnu.no" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>South Africa</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.za.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:markm@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>Taiwan</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>sup.tw.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:jdli@freebsd.csie.nctu.edu.tw" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>USA</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+<item>cvsup2.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+<item>cvsup4.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+<item>cvsup5.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:skynyrd@opus.cts.cwu.edu" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+</descrip>
+
+The export-restricted code for FreeBSD (eBones and secure) is
+available via CVSup at the following international repository.
+Please use this site to get the export-restricted code, if you are
+outside the USA or Canada.
+
+<descrip>
+
+<tag>South Africa</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.internat.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:markm@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+</descrip>
diff --git a/handbook/nfs.sgml b/handbook/nfs.sgml
index 0881a3d086..f609f45217 100644
--- a/handbook/nfs.sgml
+++ b/handbook/nfs.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: nfs.sgml,v 1.6.2.1 1996-12-23 02:01:53 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: nfs.sgml,v 1.6.2.2 1997-03-15 23:30:03 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>NFS<label id="nfs"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/nutshell.sgml b/handbook/nutshell.sgml
index 703453f4bd..b452d0181c 100644
--- a/handbook/nutshell.sgml
+++ b/handbook/nutshell.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: nutshell.sgml,v 1.10 1996-08-21 07:28:54 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: nutshell.sgml,v 1.10.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:05 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>FreeBSD in a nutshell<label id="nutshell"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/pgpkeys.sgml b/handbook/pgpkeys.sgml
index 8c853405ca..6b0f15c119 100644
--- a/handbook/pgpkeys.sgml
+++ b/handbook/pgpkeys.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: pgpkeys.sgml,v 1.9.2.1 1997-02-14 22:09:15 jdp Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: pgpkeys.sgml,v 1.9.2.2 1997-03-15 23:30:07 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>PGP keys<label id="pgpkeys"></heading>
@@ -76,48 +76,47 @@ Poul-Henning Kamp &lt;phk@FreeBSD.org&gt;
Fingerprint = A3 F3 88 28 2F 9B 99 A2 49 F4 E2 FA 5A 78 8B 3E
-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
-Version: 2.6.3i
+Version: 2.6.3ia
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+ aka &lt;peter@haywire.dialix.com&gt;
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<sect1><heading>&a.jmb</heading><p>
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+ <sect1><heading>&a.guido</heading><p>
+
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+-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
+</verb></tscreen>
diff --git a/handbook/policies.sgml b/handbook/policies.sgml
index f2936e63d5..c03409700a 100644
--- a/handbook/policies.sgml
+++ b/handbook/policies.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: policies.sgml,v 1.4.2.2 1996-12-23 02:01:55 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: policies.sgml,v 1.4.2.3 1997-03-15 23:30:09 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>Source Tree Guidelines and Policies
@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@ remaining files shall <em>not</em> be removed.
dist tree automatically by some utility, something which would
hopefully make it even easier to upgrade to a new version. If this
is done, be sure to check in such utilities (as necessary) in the
-src/tools directory along with the port itself so that it's available
+src/tools directory along with the port itself so that it is available
to future maintainers.
<p>In the src/contrib/tcl level directory, a file called README.FreeBSD
diff --git a/handbook/porting.sgml b/handbook/porting.sgml
index 47da3ee49b..3d7c5610ef 100644
--- a/handbook/porting.sgml
+++ b/handbook/porting.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: porting.sgml,v 1.32.2.7 1996-12-23 02:01:57 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: porting.sgml,v 1.32.2.8 1997-03-15 23:30:11 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect1><heading>Porting an existing piece of free software<label id="porting"></heading>
@@ -49,16 +49,27 @@ the ports collection.
is already included; if not, add the code:
<tscreen><verb>
-#ifdef _HAVE_PARAM_H
+#ifdef (defined(__unix__) || defined(unix)) && !defined(USG)
#include <sys/param.h>
#endif
</verb></tscreen>
- to the proper place in the <tt>.c</tt> file and add
- <tt>-D_HAVE_PARAM_H</tt> to the <tt>CFLAGS</tt> in the
- Makefile.
+ <p>to the proper place in the <tt>.c</tt> file. We believe that every
+ system that defines these to symbols has sys/param.h. If you find
+ a system that doesn't, we would like to know. Please send mail to
+ <htmlurl url='mailto:ports@FreeBSD.org' name='ports@FreeBSD.org'>.
+ <p>Or you can use the GNU Autoconf style of doing this:
- Then, you may use:
+<tscreen><verb>
+#ifdef HAVE_SYS_PARAM_H
+#include <sys/param.h>
+#endif
+</verb></tscreen>
+
+ Don't forget to add <tt>-DHAVE_SYS_PARAM_H</tt> to the <tt>CFLAGS</tt>
+ in the Makefile for this method.
+
+ Once you have <tt>&lt;sys/param.h&gt;</tt> included, you may use:
<tscreen><verb>
#if (defined(BSD) && (BSD >= 199103))
@@ -78,6 +89,12 @@ the ports collection.
newer (e.g. FreeBSD 2.x, 4.4, NetBSD 1.0, BSD/386 2.0 or
above).
+ The value of the BSD macro is 199506 for the 4.4BSD-Lite2 code
+ base. This is stated for informational purposes only. It should
+ not be used to distinguish between version of FreeBSD based only
+ on 4.4-Lite vs. versions that have merged in changes from 4.4-Lite2.
+ The __FreeBSD__ macro should be used instead.
+
<p>Use sparingly:
<itemize>
@@ -120,10 +137,18 @@ the ports collection.
2.1.5-RELEASE: 199607
2.2-current before 2.1.6: 199608
2.1.6-RELEASE: 199612
-2.2-RELEASE: 199701
-3.0-current as of Feb 1997: 199702 (will certainly be bumped)
+2.1.7-RELEASE: 199612
+2.2-RELEASE: 220000
+3.0-current as of Feb 1997: 300000
</verb></tscreen>
-The pattern is the year followed by the month.
+ The pattern used to be year followed by the month, but we
+ decided to change it to a more straightforward major/minor
+ system starting from 2.2. This is because the parallel
+ development on several branches made it infeasible to
+ classify the releases simply by their real release dates.
+ (Note that if you are making a port now, you don't have to
+ worry about old -current's; they are listed here just for
+ your reference.)
</itemize>
@@ -264,8 +289,7 @@ lib/X11/oneko/mouse.xpm
and works correctly.
<sect3>
- <heading><label id="porting:submitting">Submitting the
- port</heading>
+ <heading>Submitting the port<label id="porting:submitting"></heading>
<p>Now that you are happy with your port, the only thing
remaining is to put it in the main FreeBSD ports tree and
@@ -598,7 +622,7 @@ MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR= applications
</verb></tscreen>
<p>The user can also set the MASTER_SITE_* variables in
<tt>/etc/make.conf</tt> to override our choices, and use their
- favorate mirrors of these popular archives instead.
+ favorite mirrors of these popular archives instead.
<sect3>
<heading>PATCHFILES<label id="porting:patchfiles"></heading>
@@ -898,11 +922,11 @@ FETCH_DEPENDS= ncftp2:${PORTSDIR}/net/ncftp2
to us (i.e., if your modified ports directory is called
`<tt>superedit</tt>' and the original as in our tree is
`<tt>superedit.bak</tt>', then send us the result of `<tt>diff
- -ru superedit.bak superedit</tt>'.) If the port has changed
- so much that the diff is larger than the new port itself, you
- can <ref id="porting:submitting" name="upload"> the port
- following the procedure described above. Either way, don't
- forget to send us a message using <tt>send-pr(1)</tt>!
+ -ru superedit.bak superedit</tt>'). Please examine the output
+ to make sure all the changes make sense. The best way to send
+ us the diff is by including it to <tt>send-pr(1)</tt>. Please
+ mention any added or deleted files in the message, as they
+ have to be explicitly specified to CVS when doing a commit.
<sect2>
<heading>Do's and Dont's</heading>
@@ -956,6 +980,14 @@ MAN8= baz.8
<p>Note that this is not usually necessary with ports that are X
applications and use Imake to build.
+ <p>If your port anchors its man tree somewhere other than
+ <tt>PREFIX</tt>, you can use the <tt>MANPREFIX</tt> to set it.
+ Also, if only manpages in certain section go in a
+ non-standard place, such as many Perl modules ports, you
+ can set individual man paths using
+ <tt>MAN<em>sect</em>PREFIX</tt> (where <em>sect</em> is one
+ of 1-9, L or N).
+
<sect3>
<heading>INSTALL_* macros</heading>
<p>Do use the macros provided in <tt>bsd.port.mk</tt> to
@@ -981,7 +1013,7 @@ MAN8= baz.8
<heading>INSTALL package script</heading>
<p>If your port needs execute commands when the binary package
is installed with pkg_add you can do with via the pkg/INSTALL
- script. This script will automattically be added to the
+ script. This script will automatically be added to the
package, and will be run twice by pkg_add. The first time
will as `<tt>INSTALL ${PKGNAME} PRE-INSTALL</tt>'
and the second time as `<tt>INSTALL ${PKGNAME} POST-INSTALL</tt>'.
@@ -1037,10 +1069,10 @@ MAN8= baz.8
<tt>/etc/make.conf</tt>.)
<p>If you need to display a message to the installer, you may
- place the message in <tt>pkg/DISPLAY</tt>. This capibility
+ place the message in <tt>pkg/MESSAGE</tt>. This capibility
is often useful to display additional installation steps to
be taken after a pkg_add, or to display licensing information.
- (note: the DISPLAY file does not need to be added to pkg/PLIST).
+ (note: the MESSAGE file does not need to be added to pkg/PLIST).
<sect3>
@@ -1217,8 +1249,8 @@ lib/libtcl.so.7.3
# Whom: Satoshi Asami <asami@FreeBSD.ORG>
#
# &dollar;Id&dollar;
- [ ^^^^ do not worry about this, it will be automatically filled in by
- CVS when it is committed to our repository]
+ [ ^^^^ This will be automatically replaced with RCS ID string by CVS
+ when it is committed to our repository.]
#
[section to describe the port itself and the master site - DISTNAME
diff --git a/handbook/ports.sgml b/handbook/ports.sgml
index 365c34cc18..2577a683bf 100644
--- a/handbook/ports.sgml
+++ b/handbook/ports.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: ports.sgml,v 1.16.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:00 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: ports.sgml,v 1.16.2.3 1997-03-15 23:30:14 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>The Ports collection<label id="ports"></heading>
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ wide range of applications with a minimum of effort.
<p> For all the hype about open standards, getting a program to work
on different versions of Unix in the real world can be a tedious and
-tricky business, as anyone who's tried it will know. You may be lucky
+tricky business, as anyone who has tried it will know. You may be lucky
enough to find that the program you want will compile cleanly on your
system, install itself in all the right places and run flawlessly
``out of the box'', but this is unfortunately rather rare. With most
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ greying, or even chronic alopecia...
<p> Some software distributions have attacked this problem by
providing configuration scripts. Some of these are very clever, but
they have an unfortunate tendency to triumphantly announce that your
-system is something you've never heard of and then ask you lots of
+system is something you have never heard of and then ask you lots of
questions that sound like a final exam in system-level Unix
programming (``Does your system's gethitlist function return a const
pointer to a fromboz or a pointer to a const fromboz? Do you have
@@ -34,23 +34,23 @@ working program.
<sect1><heading>Why have a Ports Collection?</heading>
<p>The base FreeBSD system comes with a very wide range of tools and
-system utilities, but a lot of popular programs aren't in the base
+system utilities, but a lot of popular programs are not in the base
system, for good reasons:-
<enum>
-<item>``I can't live without x y and z on my system'' type programs
+<item>``I can not live without x y and z on my system'' type programs
(eg a certain Lisp-based editor, or the mtools set of programs for
-dealing with DOS floppy disks), because it's too subjective (many
-people can't stand Emacs and/or never use DOS floppies and seem none
+dealing with DOS floppy disks), because it is too subjective (many
+people can not stand Emacs and/or never use DOS floppies and seem none
the worse for it).
<item>Too specialised to put in the base system (CAD, databases).
-<item>Programs which fall into the ``I wouldn't mind having a look at
+<item>Programs which fall into the ``I would not mind having a look at
that when I get a spare minute'' category, rather than system-critical
ones (some languages, perhaps).
-<item>``Wow fab this is way cool'' fun type programs that couldn't
+<item>``Wow fab this is way cool'' fun type programs that could not
possibly be supplied with a serious operating system like FreeBSD ;-)
<item>However many programs you put in the base system, people will
@@ -90,21 +90,21 @@ can be built in the same way.
If you look at a port skeleton (either on <htmlurl
url="file://localhost/usr/ports/shells/bash" name="your FreeBSD
system"> or <htmlurl
-url="ftp://www.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/shells/bash" name="the
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/shells/bash" name="the
FTP site">) and expect to find all sorts of pointy-headed rocket
science lurking there, you may be disappointed by the one or two
rather unexciting-looking files and directories you find there.
-(We'll discuss in a minute how to go about <ref id="ports:getting"
+(We will discuss in a minute how to go about <ref id="ports:getting"
name="Getting a port">).
<p>``How on earth can this do anything?'' I hear you cry. ``There
-isn't even any source code there!''
+is not even any source code there!''
<p> Fear not, gentle reader, all will become clear (hopefully). Let's
-see what happens if we try and install a port. I've chose `bash', also
+see what happens if we try and install a port. I have chosen `bash', also
known as the Bourne-Again Shell, as that seems fairly typical.
-<em>Note</em> if you're trying this at home, you'll need to be root.
+<em>Note</em> if you are trying this at home, you will need to be root.
<verb>
# cd /usr/ports/shells/bash
@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@ known as the Bourne-Again Shell, as that seems fairly typical.
===> Registering installation for bash-1.14.5
</verb>
-<p> To avoid confusing the issue, I've slightly pruned the install
+<p> To avoid confusing the issue, I have slightly pruned the install
output, as well as completely removing the build output. If you tried
this yourself, you may well have got something like this at the start:-
@@ -143,20 +143,20 @@ this yourself, you may well have got something like this at the start:-
>> Attempting to fetch from ftp://slc2.ins.cwru.edu/pub/dist/.
</verb>
-<p> The `make' program has noticed that you didn't have a local copy
+<p> The `make' program has noticed that you did not have a local copy
of the source code and tried to FTP it down so it could get the job
done (are you starting to feel impressed? 8-)). I already had the
-source handy in my example, so it didn't need to fetch it.
+source handy in my example, so it did not need to fetch it.
<p> Let's go through this and see what the `make' program was doing.
<enum>
<item> Locate the source code <ref id="ports:tarball"
-name="tarball."> If it's not available locally, try to grab it from an
+name="tarball."> If it is not available locally, try to grab it from an
FTP site.
<item> Run a <ref id="ports:checksum" name="checksum"> test on the
-tarball to make sure it hasn't been tampered with, accidentally
+tarball to make sure it has not been tampered with, accidentally
truncated, struck by neutrinos while in transit, etc.
<item> Extract the tarball into a temporary work directory.
@@ -170,19 +170,19 @@ correctly answer any questions it asks.
<item> (Finally!) Compile the code.
<item> Install the program executable and other supporting files, man
-pages, etc. under the /usr/local hierarchy, where they won't get mixed
+pages, etc. under the /usr/local hierarchy, where they will not get mixed
up with system programs. This also makes sure that all the ports you
install will go in the same place, instead of being flung all over
your system.
<item> Register the installation in a database. This means
-that, if you don't like the program, you can cleanly <ref
+that, if you do not like the program, you can cleanly <ref
id="ports:remove" name="remove"> all traces of it from your system.
</enum>
<p> See if you can match these steps to the make output. And if you
-weren't impressed before, you should be by now!
+were not impressed before, you should be by now!
<sect1><heading>Getting a FreeBSD Port<label id="ports:getting"></heading>
<p>
@@ -211,7 +211,7 @@ find them in /usr/ports/distfiles, which is why we sym-linked the
CDROM's tarball directory to there).
<p>
Now, suppose you want to install the gnats program from the databases
-directory. Here's how to do it:-
+directory. Here is how to do it:-
<verb>
# cd /usr/ports
@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ directory. Here's how to do it:-
# make install
</verb>
-Or if you're a serious database user and you want to compare all the
+Or if you are a serious database user and you want to compare all the
ones available in the Ports collection, do
<verb>
@@ -232,23 +232,25 @@ ones available in the Ports collection, do
</verb>
(yes, that really is a dot on its own after the cp command and not a
-mistake. It's Unix-ese for ``the current directory'')
+mistake. It is Unix-ese for ``the current directory'')
<p>
and the ports make mechanism will automatically compile and install
all the ports in the databases directory for you!
<p>
-If you don't like this method, here's a completely different way of
+If you do not like this method, here is a completely different way of
doing it:-
<p>
Create a "link tree" to it using the <tt>lndir(1)</tt> command that
comes with the <em>XFree86</em> distribution. Find a location with
-some free space and create a directory there, and make a symbolic link
-from <tt>/usr/ports</tt> to that directory. Then invoke the
-<tt>lndir(1)</tt> command with the full pathname of the ``ports''
-directory on the CDROM as an argument (this might be, for example,
-something like: <tt>lndir /cdrom/ports</tt>). Then you can build
-ports directly off the CDROM by building them in the link tree you
-have created.
+some free space, create a directory there and then cd to it. Then
+invoke the <tt>lndir(1)</tt> command with the full pathname of the ``ports''
+directory on the CDROM as the first argument and . (the current directory)
+as the second. This might be, for example, something like:
+<verb>
+ lndir /cdrom/ports .
+</verb>
+<p>Then you can build ports directly off the CDROM by building them in the
+link tree you have created.
<p>
Note that there are some ports for which we cannot provide the original
source in the CDROM due to licensing limitations. In that case,
@@ -258,17 +260,17 @@ name="Compiling ports using an Internet connection.">
<sect2><heading>Compiling ports from the Internet<label
id="ports:inet"></heading>
<p>
-If you don't have a CDROM, or you want to make sure you get the very
-latest version of the port you want, you'll need to download the
+If you do not have a CDROM, or you want to make sure you get the very
+latest version of the port you want, you will need to download the
<ref id="ports:skeleton" name="skeleton"> for the port. Now this
might sound like rather a fiddly job
full of pitfalls, like downloading the patches into the pkg
-sub-directory by mistake, but it's actually very easy.
+sub-directory by mistake, but it is actually very easy.
<p>
The key to it is that the FreeBSD FTP server can create on-the-fly
-<ref id="ports:tarball" name="tarballs"> for you. Here's how it works,
+<ref id="ports:tarball" name="tarballs"> for you. Here is how it works,
with the gnats program in the databases directory as an example (the
-bits in square brackets are comments, don't type them in if you're
+bits in square brackets are comments, do not type them in if you are
trying this yourself!):-
<verb>
@@ -295,7 +297,7 @@ on it a little quicker.
<p>
We then extracted the gnats skeleton and went into the gnats directory
to build the port. As we explained <ref id="ports:fetch"
-name="earlier">, the make process noticed we didn't have a copy of the
+name="earlier">, the make process noticed we did not have a copy of the
source locally, so it fetched one before extracting, patching and
building it.
<p>
@@ -322,16 +324,16 @@ different from getting a single port skeleton and building it was that
we got a whole directory at once, and compiled everything in it at
once. Pretty impressive, no?
<p>
-If you expect to be installing more than one or two ports, it's
+If you expect to be installing more than one or two ports, it is
probably worth downloading all the ports directories - this involves
-downloading 2 or 3MB, when they're compressed. However, don't get
-carried away and type 'get ports.tar.gz' unless you're prepared to
+downloading 2 or 3MB, when they are compressed. However, don't get
+carried away and type 'get ports.tar.gz' unless you are prepared to
download the distfiles directory as well - this contains the source
code for every single port and will take a very long time to download!
<sect1><heading>Skeletons<label id="ports:skeleton"></heading>
<p>
-A team of compulsive hackers who've forgotten to eat in a frantic
+A team of compulsive hackers who have forgotten to eat in a frantic
attempt to make a deadline? Something unpleasant lurking in the FreeBSD
attic? No, a skeleton here is a minimal framework that supplies everything
needed to make the ports magic work.
@@ -340,7 +342,7 @@ needed to make the ports magic work.
<p>
The most important component of a skeleton is the Makefile. This contains
various statements that specify how the port should be compiled and
-installed. Here's the Makefile for bash:-
+installed. Here is the Makefile for bash:-
<verb>
# New ports collection makefile for: bash
@@ -412,7 +414,7 @@ used for ports checksums. It lives in a directory with the slightly
confusing name of &quot;files&quot;.
<p>
This directory can also contain other miscellaneous files that are required
-by the port and don't belong anywhere else.
+by the port and do not belong anywhere else.
<sect2><heading>The patches directory</heading>
<p>
@@ -473,7 +475,7 @@ dddprogram to install them to your system.
</enum>
-<sect1><heading>I've got this program I'd like to make into a port...</heading>
+<sect1><heading>I have this program that I would like to make into a port...</heading>
<p>Great! Please see the <ref id="porting:starting" name="guidelines">
for detailed instructions on how to do this.
@@ -485,8 +487,8 @@ for detailed instructions on how to do this.
Q. I thought this was going to be a discussion about modems??!
<p>
A. Ah. You must be thinking of the serial ports on the back of your
-computer. We're using `port' here to mean the result of `porting' a
-program from one version of Unix to another. (It's an unfortunate bad
+computer. We are using `port' here to mean the result of `porting' a
+program from one version of Unix to another. (It is an unfortunate bad
habit of computer people to use the same word to refer to several
completely different things).
@@ -494,7 +496,7 @@ completely different things).
Q. I thought you were supposed to use packages to install extra
programs?
<p>
-A. Yes, that's usually the quickest and easiest way of doing it.
+A. Yes, that is usually the quickest and easiest way of doing it.
<item>
Q. So why bother with ports then?
@@ -505,11 +507,11 @@ A. Several reasons:-
<item> The licensing conditions on some software distributions
require that they be distributed as source code, not binaries.
-<item> Some people don't trust binary distributions. At least with
+<item> Some people do not trust binary distributions. At least with
source code you can (in theory) read through it and look for potential
problems yourself.
-<item> If you've got some local patches, you'll need the source to add
+<item> If you have some local patches, you will need the source to add
them yourself.
<item> You might have opinions on how a program should be compiled
@@ -525,23 +527,23 @@ permitting, of course!) and so on.
</enum>
<item><label id="ports:patch">
-Q. What's a patch?
+Q. What is a patch?
<p>
A. A patch is a small (usually) file that specifies how to go from one
version of a file to another. It contains text that says, in effect,
things like ``delete line 23'', ``add these two lines after line 468''
-or ``change line 197 to this''. Also known as a `diff', since it's
+or ``change line 197 to this''. Also known as a `diff', since it is
generated by a program of that name.
<item><label id="ports:tarball">
-Q. What's all this about tarballs?
+Q. What is all this about tarballs?
<p>
-A. It's a file ending in .tar.gz (with variations like .tar.Z, or
-even .tgz if you're trying to squeeze the names into a DOS filesystem).
+A. It is a file ending in .tar.gz (with variations like .tar.Z, or
+even .tgz if you are trying to squeeze the names into a DOS filesystem).
<p>
-Basically, it's a directory tree that's been archived into a single
+Basically, it is a directory tree that has been archived into a single
file (.tar) and then compressed (.gz). This technique was originally
-used for <em /T/ape <em /AR/chives (hence the name `tar'), but it's a
+used for <em /T/ape <em /AR/chives (hence the name `tar'), but it is a
widely used way of distributing program source code around the
Internet.
<p>
@@ -557,11 +559,11 @@ system, like this:-
<item><label id="ports:checksum">
Q. And a checksum?
<p>
-A. It's a number generated by adding up all the data in the file you
+A. It is a number generated by adding up all the data in the file you
want to check. If any of the characters change, the checksum will no
longer be equal to the total, so a simple comparison will allow you to
-spot the difference. (In practice, it's done in a more complicated way
-to spot problems like position-swapping, which won't show up with a
+spot the difference. (In practice, it is done in a more complicated way
+to spot problems like position-swapping, which will not show up with a
simplistic addition).
<item>
@@ -575,12 +577,12 @@ port:-
>> Attempting to fetch from ftp://kermit.columbia.edu/kermit/archives/.
</verb>
-Why can't it find it? Have I got a dud CDROM?
+Why can it not be found? Have I got a dud CDROM?
<p>
-A. The licensing terms for kermit don't allow us to put the tarball
-for it on the CDROM, so you'll have to fetch it by hand - sorry!
+A. The licensing terms for kermit do not allow us to put the tarball
+for it on the CDROM, so you will have to fetch it by hand - sorry!
The reason why you got all those error messages was because you
-weren't connected to the Internet at the time. Once you've downloaded
+were not connected to the Internet at the time. Once you have downloaded
it from any of the sites above, you can re-start the process (try and
choose the nearest site to you, though, to save your time and the
Internet's bandwidth).
@@ -590,7 +592,7 @@ Q. I did that, but when I tried to put it into /usr/ports/distfiles I
got some error about not having permission.
<p>
A. The ports mechanism looks for the tarball in /usr/ports/distfiles,
-but you won't be able to copy anything there because it's sym-linked
+but you will not be able to copy anything there because it is sym-linked
to the CDROM, which is read-only. You can tell it to look somewhere
else by doing
@@ -601,7 +603,7 @@ else by doing
<item>
Q. Does the ports scheme only work if you have everything in
/usr/ports? My system administrator says I must put everything under
-/u/people/guests/wurzburger, but it doesn't seem to work.
+/u/people/guests/wurzburger, but it does not seem to work.
<p>
A. You can use the PORTSDIR and PREFIX variables to tell the ports
mechanism to use different directories. For instance,
@@ -626,16 +628,16 @@ And of course
PORTSDIR=.../ports PREFIX=.../local make install
</verb>
-will combine the two (it's too long to fit on the page if I write it
-in full, but I'm sure you get the idea).
+will combine the two (it is too long to fit on the page if I write it
+in full, but I am sure you get the idea).
<p>
-If you don't fancy typing all that in every time you install a port
-(and to be honest, who would?), it's a good idea to put these variables
+If you do not fancy typing all that in every time you install a port
+(and to be honest, who would?), it is a good idea to put these variables
into your environment.
<item>
-Q. I don't have a FreeBSD CDROM, but I'd like to have all the tarballs
-handy on my system so I don't have to wait for a download every time I
+Q. I do not have a FreeBSD CDROM, but I would like to have all the tarballs
+handy on my system so I do not have to wait for a download every time I
install a port. Is there an easy way to get them all at once?
<p>
A. To get every single tarball for the ports collection, do
@@ -652,10 +654,10 @@ For all the tarballs for a single ports directory, do
# make fetch
</verb>
-and for just one port - well, I think you've guessed already.
+and for just one port - well, I think you have guessed already.
<item>
-Q. I know it's probably faster to fetch the tarballs from one of the
+Q. I know it is probably faster to fetch the tarballs from one of the
FreeBSD mirror sites close by. Is there any way to tell the port to
fetch them from servers other than ones listed in the MASTER_SITES?
<p>
@@ -674,22 +676,22 @@ A. 'make fetch-list' will display a list of the files needed for a port.
<item>
Q. Is there any way to stop the port from compiling? I want to do some
-hacking on the source before I install it, but it's a bit tiresome having
+hacking on the source before I install it, but it is a bit tiresome having
to watch it and hit control-C every time.
<p>
A. Doing 'make extract' will stop it after it has fetched and
extracted the source code.
<item>
-Q. I'm trying to make my own port and I want to be able to stop it
-compiling until I've had a chance to see if my patches worked properly.
+Q. I am trying to make my own port and I want to be able to stop it
+compiling until I have had a chance to see if my patches worked properly.
Is there something like 'make extract', but for patches?
<p>
A. Yep, 'make patch' is what you want. And by the way, thank you for
your efforts!
<item>
-Q. I've heard that some compiler options can cause bugs. Is this true?
+Q. I have heard that some compiler options can cause bugs. Is this true?
How can I make sure that I compile ports with the right settings?
<p>
A. Yes, with version 2.6.3 of gcc (the version shipped with FreeBSD
@@ -702,14 +704,14 @@ used by something like
# CFLAGS='-O2 -fno-strength-reduce' make install
</verb>
-or by editing /etc/make.conf, but this doesn't always seem to get
+or by editing /etc/make.conf, but this does not always seem to get
picked up. The surest way is to do 'make configure', then go into the
source directory and inspect the Makefiles by hand, but this can get
tedious if the source has lots of sub-directories, each with their own
Makefiles.
<item>
-Q. There's so many ports it's hard to find the one I want. Is there a
+Q. There are so many ports it is hard to find the one I want. Is there a
list anywhere of what ports are available?
<p>
A. Look in the INDEX file in /usr/ports.
@@ -718,14 +720,14 @@ A. Look in the INDEX file in /usr/ports.
Q. I went to install the 'foo' port but the system suddenly stopped
and starting compiling the 'bar' port. What's going on?
<p>
-A. The 'foo' port needs something that's supplied with 'bar' - for
+A. The 'foo' port needs something that is supplied with 'bar' - for
instance, if 'foo' uses graphics, 'bar' might have a library with
-useful graphics processing routines. Or 'bar' might be a tool that's
+useful graphics processing routines. Or 'bar' might be a tool that is
needed to compile the 'foo' port.
<item><label id="ports:remove">
-Q. I installed the grizzle program from the ports and frankly it's a
-complete waste of disk space. I want to delete it but I don't know
+Q. I installed the grizzle program from the ports and frankly it is a
+complete waste of disk space. I want to delete it but I do not know
where it put all the files. Any clues?
<p>
A. No problem, just do
@@ -736,7 +738,7 @@ A. No problem, just do
<item>
Q. Hang on a minute, you have to know the version number to use that
-command. You don't seriously expect me to remember that, do you??
+command. You do not seriously expect me to remember that, do you??
<p>
A. Not at all, you can find it out by doing
@@ -744,7 +746,7 @@ A. Not at all, you can find it out by doing
pkg_info -a | grep grizzle
</verb>
-And it'll tell you:-
+And it will tell you:-
<verb>
Information for grizzle-6.5:
@@ -755,8 +757,8 @@ And it'll tell you:-
Q. Talking of disk space, the ports directory seems to be taking up
an awful lot of room. Is it safe to go in there and delete things?
<p>
-A. Yes, if you've installed the program and are fairly certain you
-won't need the source again, there's no point in keeping it hanging
+A. Yes, if you have installed the program and are fairly certain you
+will not need the source again, there is no point in keeping it hanging
around. The best way to do this is
<verb>
@@ -770,7 +772,7 @@ everything except the skeletons for each port.
Q. I tried that and it still left all those tarballs or whatever you
called them in the distfiles directory. Can I delete those as well?
<p>
-A. Yes, if you're sure you've finished with them, those can go as
+A. Yes, if you are sure you have finished with them, those can go as
well.
<item>
@@ -791,12 +793,12 @@ computer this morning, it had only done three and a half ports. Did
something go wrong?
<p>
A. No, the problem is that some of the ports need to ask you questions
-that we can't answer for you (eg ``Do you want to print on A4 or US
+that we can not answer for you (eg ``Do you want to print on A4 or US
letter sized paper?'') and they need to have someone on hand to answer
them.
<item>
-Q. I really don't want to spend all day staring at the monitor. Any
+Q. I really do not want to spend all day staring at the monitor. Any
better ideas?
<p>
A. OK, do this before you go to bed/work/the local park:-
@@ -817,8 +819,8 @@ input. Then, when you come back, do
to finish the job.
<item>
-Q. At work, we're using frobble, which is in your ports collection,
-but we've altered it quite a bit to get it to do what we need. Is
+Q. At work, we are using frobble, which is in your ports collection,
+but we have altered it quite a bit to get it to do what we need. Is
there any way of making our own packages, so we can distribute it more
easily around our sites?
<p>
@@ -834,8 +836,8 @@ A. No problem, assuming you know how to make patches for your changes:-
</verb>
<item>
-Q. This ports stuff is really clever. I'm desperate to find out how
-you did it. What's the secret?
+Q. This ports stuff is really clever. I am desperate to find out how
+you did it. What is the secret?
<p>
A. Nothing secret about it at all, just look at the bsd.ports.mk and
bsd.ports.subdir.mk files in your <htmlurl
diff --git a/handbook/ppp.sgml b/handbook/ppp.sgml
index f79c249291..cec04e8252 100644
--- a/handbook/ppp.sgml
+++ b/handbook/ppp.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: ppp.sgml,v 1.8 1996-07-18 20:42:01 joerg Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: ppp.sgml,v 1.8.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:16 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>Setting up kernel PPP<label id="ppp"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/printing.sgml b/handbook/printing.sgml
index c185c2a396..bdc8084d20 100644
--- a/handbook/printing.sgml
+++ b/handbook/printing.sgml
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD describing
Printing with FreeBSD. By Sean Kelly, 1995.
- $Id: printing.sgml,v 1.11.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:05 jkh Exp $
+ $Id: printing.sgml,v 1.11.2.3 1997-03-15 23:30:18 jkh Exp $
The FreeBSD Documentation Project
@@ -79,12 +79,12 @@
<p> If you are the sole user of your system, you may be
wondering why you should bother with the spooler when you
- don't need access control, header pages, or printer
- accounting. While it's possible to enable direct access to
+ do not need access control, header pages, or printer
+ accounting. While it is possible to enable direct access to
a printer, you should use the spooler anyway since
<itemize>
- <item>LPD prints jobs in the background; you don't have
+ <item>LPD prints jobs in the background; you do not have
to wait for data to be copied to the printer.
<item>LPD can conveniently run a job to be printed
@@ -541,7 +541,7 @@ showpage
</enum>
You should see something print. Do not worry if the
- text doesn't look right; we'll fix such things later.
+ text does not look right; we will fix such things later.
<sect4><heading>Checking a Serial Printer<label
id="printing:checking:serial"></heading>
@@ -1298,7 +1298,7 @@ rattan|line|diablo|lp|Diablo 630 Line Printer:\
<sect><heading>Using Printers<label id="printing:using"></heading>
<p> This section tells you how to use printers you have setup with
- FreeBSD. Here's an overview of the user-level commands:
+ FreeBSD. Here is an overview of the user-level commands:
<descrip>
<tag/<tt/lpr//
Print jobs
@@ -2170,7 +2170,7 @@ fi
<code>
#!/bin/sh
#
-# ifhp - Print Ghostscript-simulated PostScript on a DesJet 500
+# ifhp - Print Ghostscript-simulated PostScript on a DeskJet 500
# Installed in /usr/local/libexec/hpif
#
@@ -2332,7 +2332,7 @@ bamboo|ps|PS|S|panasonic|Panasonic KX-P4455 PostScript v51.4:\
<code>
#!bin/sh
#
-# DVI to PostScript printer filter
+# psdf - DVI to PostScript printer filter
# Installed in /usr/local/libexec/psdf
#
# Invoked by lpd when user runs lpr -d
@@ -2991,7 +2991,7 @@ EOF
<code>
#!/bin/sh
#
-# DVI to PostScript printer filter
+# psdf - DVI to PostScript printer filter
# Installed in /usr/local/libexec/psdf
#
# Invoked by lpd when user runs lpr -d
@@ -3018,7 +3018,7 @@ done
[ "$login" ] || fail "No login name"
[ "$host" ] || fail "No host name"
-( /u/kelly/freebsd/printing/filters/make-ps-header $login $host "DVI File"
+( /usr/local/libexec/make-ps-header $login $host "DVI File"
/usr/local/bin/dvips -f ) | eval /usr/local/libexec/lprps $orig_args
</code>
Notice how the filter has to parse the argument list in
diff --git a/handbook/quotas.sgml b/handbook/quotas.sgml
index 4f10b91396..485e8ae7e6 100644
--- a/handbook/quotas.sgml
+++ b/handbook/quotas.sgml
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD describing
disk quotas under FreeBSD. By Mike Pritchard, 1996.
- $Id: quotas.sgml,v 1.3 1996-05-15 19:40:57 mpp Exp $
+ $Id: quotas.sgml,v 1.3.4.1 1997-03-15 23:30:21 jkh Exp $
The FreeBSD Documentation Project
@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ quotas=YES
<p>At this point you should reboot your system with your new kernel.
<tt>/etc/rc</tt> will automatically run the appropriate commands to
- create the initial quota files for all of quotas you enabled
+ create the initial quota files for all of the quotas you enabled
in <tt>/etc/fstab</tt>, so there is no need to manually create any
zero length quota files.
diff --git a/handbook/relnotes.sgml b/handbook/relnotes.sgml
index 668e9684b6..e74e5e97d6 100644
--- a/handbook/relnotes.sgml
+++ b/handbook/relnotes.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: relnotes.sgml,v 1.15.2.3 1996-12-23 02:02:09 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: relnotes.sgml,v 1.15.2.4 1997-03-15 23:30:23 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
diff --git a/handbook/routing.sgml b/handbook/routing.sgml
index 590cc94ea6..daf7abcbed 100644
--- a/handbook/routing.sgml
+++ b/handbook/routing.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: routing.sgml,v 1.3 1996-05-16 23:18:15 mpp Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: routing.sgml,v 1.3.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:24 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!-- <!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC '-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN'> -->
diff --git a/handbook/scsi.sgml b/handbook/scsi.sgml
index c3623897dd..7e1ac88353 100644
--- a/handbook/scsi.sgml
+++ b/handbook/scsi.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: scsi.sgml,v 1.19 1996-10-04 22:54:14 wosch Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: scsi.sgml,v 1.19.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:25 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
@@ -188,7 +188,7 @@
on a 8 bit bus, 40 Mbytes/second on a 16 bit bus etc.
For F20 the max bus length is 1.5 meters, for F40 it
becomes 0.75 meters. Be aware that F20 is pushing
- the limits quite a bit, so you'll quickly find out if your
+ the limits quite a bit, so you will quickly find out if your
SCSI bus is electrically sound.
Please note that this means that
@@ -212,7 +212,7 @@
The reduction of the number of ground wires they used
is a bad idea, you better stick to 50 pins cabling
in accordance with the SCSI standard. For Fast-20 and 40
- don't even think about buses like this..
+ do not even think about buses like this.
<sect3><heading>Differential buses</heading>
<p>
@@ -224,7 +224,7 @@
difference between these two wires determines whether the
signal is asserted or de-asserted. To a certain extent the
voltage difference between ground and the signal wire pair is
- not relevant (do not try 10 kVolts though..).
+ not relevant (do not try 10 kVolts though).
It is beyond the scope of this document to explain why this
differential idea is so much better. Just accept that
@@ -280,7 +280,7 @@
OK, and now where should you install your terminators? This is
by far the most misunderstood part of SCSI. And it is by far
- the simplest.. The rule is: <bf>every SCSI bus has 2 (two)
+ the simplest. The rule is: <bf>every SCSI bus has 2 (two)
terminators, one at each end of the bus.</bf> So, two and not
one or three or whatever. Do yourself a favor and stick to
this rule. It will save you endless grief, because wrong
@@ -382,7 +382,7 @@
invent.
You might notice that the terminator issue discussed earlier
- becomes rather hairy if your bus is not linear..
+ becomes rather hairy if your bus is not linear.
The electrical characteristics, its noise margins and
ultimately the reliability of it all are tightly related to
@@ -429,7 +429,7 @@
megabytes. The division by 2 is to get from disk blocks that are
normally 512 bytes in size to Kbytes.
- Right.. All is well now?! No, it is not. The system BIOS has
+ Right. All is well now?! No, it is not. The system BIOS has
another quirk you might run into. The number of cylinders of a
bootable hard disk cannot be greater than 1024. Using the
translation above, this is a show-stopper for disks greater than
@@ -462,7 +462,7 @@
aha0 targ 0 lun 0: <MICROP 1588-15MB1057404HSP4>
sd0: 636MB (1303250 total sec), 1632 cyl, 15 head, 53 sec, bytes/sec 512
</verb>
- Newer kernels usually do not report this information.. e.g.
+ Newer kernels usually do not report this information. e.g.
<verb>
(bt0:0:0): "SEAGATE ST41651 7574" type 0 fixed SCSI 2
sd0(bt0:0:0): Direct-Access 1350MB (2766300 512 byte sectors)
@@ -739,8 +739,8 @@ Mar 29 21:16:37 yedi /kernel: st1: Archive Viper 150 is a known rogue
In a nutshell, TCQ allows the device to have multiple I/O
requests outstanding at the same time. Because the device
- is intelligent, it can optimise it's operations (like
- head positioning) based on it's own request queue. On
+ is intelligent, it can optimise its operations (like
+ head positioning) based on its own request queue. On
SCSI devices like RAID (Redundant Array of Independent
Disks) arrays the TCQ function is indispensable to take
advantage of the device's inherent parallelism.
diff --git a/handbook/sections.sgml b/handbook/sections.sgml
index dcfabb41e3..a03ebfbcdd 100644
--- a/handbook/sections.sgml
+++ b/handbook/sections.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: sections.sgml,v 1.17.2.3 1996-12-23 12:27:51 joerg Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: sections.sgml,v 1.17.2.4 1997-03-15 23:30:27 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!-- Entities containing all the pieces of the handbook are -->
diff --git a/handbook/serial.sgml b/handbook/serial.sgml
index ee7fe60fab..8c088e8726 100644
--- a/handbook/serial.sgml
+++ b/handbook/serial.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD of the Tutorial for
Configuring a FreeBSD for Dialup Services by Guy Helmer.
- $Id: serial.sgml,v 1.1 1996-11-28 18:09:30 jfieber Exp $
+ $Id: serial.sgml,v 1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:28 jkh Exp $
The FreeBSD Documentation Project
diff --git a/handbook/sio.sgml b/handbook/sio.sgml
index 9e9861b4a4..a9f0170db0 100644
--- a/handbook/sio.sgml
+++ b/handbook/sio.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: sio.sgml,v 1.3 1996-08-12 11:48:49 peter Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: sio.sgml,v 1.3.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:29 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
diff --git a/handbook/skey.sgml b/handbook/skey.sgml
index 74469e9397..a5f9e1da76 100644
--- a/handbook/skey.sgml
+++ b/handbook/skey.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: skey.sgml,v 1.5 1996-05-16 23:18:17 mpp Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: skey.sgml,v 1.5.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:30 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
Copyright 1995 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
diff --git a/handbook/slipc.sgml b/handbook/slipc.sgml
index b46e34905e..2844346b02 100644
--- a/handbook/slipc.sgml
+++ b/handbook/slipc.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: slipc.sgml,v 1.7 1996-08-07 07:46:15 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: slipc.sgml,v 1.7.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:31 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect><heading>Setting up a SLIP client<label id="slipc"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/slips.sgml b/handbook/slips.sgml
index 60b827c361..7cfba81f4c 100644
--- a/handbook/slips.sgml
+++ b/handbook/slips.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
-<!-- This is an SGML version in the linuxdoc DTD of the SLIP Server
+<!-- $Id: slips.sgml,v 1.11.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:33 jkh Exp $
+ This is an SGML version in the linuxdoc DTD of the SLIP Server
FAQ by Guy Helmer.
This guide provides instruction in configuring and preparing
diff --git a/handbook/stable.sgml b/handbook/stable.sgml
index cc135fc3ba..5886de50aa 100644
--- a/handbook/stable.sgml
+++ b/handbook/stable.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: stable.sgml,v 1.6 1996-10-04 22:54:15 wosch Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: stable.sgml,v 1.6.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:34 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
THE FREEBSD STABLE POLICY
-Last updated: $Date: 1996-10-04 22:54:15 $
+Last updated: $Date: 1997-03-15 23:30:34 $
This document attempts to explain the rationale behind
FreeBSD-stable, what you should expect should you decide to run it,
@@ -30,8 +30,8 @@ branch (see <ref id="current" name="FreeBSD-current">).
<p>If you are a commercial user or someone who puts maximum stability of
their FreeBSD system before all other concerns, you should consider tracking
<em>stable</em>. This is especially true if you have installed the most
-recent release (<htmlurl url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.5-RELEASE"
-name="2.1.5-RELEASE"> at the time of this writing) since the <em>stable</em>
+recent release (<url url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.6-RELEASE"
+name="2.1.6-RELEASE"> at the time of this writing) since the <em>stable</em>
branch is effectively a bug-fix stream relative to the previous release.
<p>Please note that the <em>stable</em> tree endeavors, above all, to
diff --git a/handbook/submitters.sgml b/handbook/submitters.sgml
index be90c03bc3..70c9e0f18c 100644
--- a/handbook/submitters.sgml
+++ b/handbook/submitters.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: submitters.sgml,v 1.33.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:13 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: submitters.sgml,v 1.33.2.2 1997-03-15 23:30:35 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>Contributing to FreeBSD<label id="submitters"></heading>
@@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ provide an accurate mapping of BIOS geometries for disks.
<item>SCSI driver issues. Overall coordination: &a.hackers
<p><itemize>
<item>Support tagged queuing generically. Requires a rewrite of how we do
-our command queing, but we need this anyway to for prioritized I/O
+our command queuing, but we need this anyway to for prioritized I/O
(CD-R writers/scanners).
<item>Better error handling (Busy status and retries).
<item>Merged Scatter-Gather list creation code.
@@ -247,14 +247,23 @@ the following 6 categories:
See <ref id="eresources:mail" name="mailing lists">
for more information about this and other mailing lists.
- <item>An actual bug report should be filed by using the
- <tt>send-pr(1)</tt> program. This will prompt
- you for various fields to fill in. Simply go to the fields
- surrounded by <tt>&lt;&gt;</tt>'s and fill in your own
- information in place of
- what is suggested there. You should receive confirmation of your
- bug report and a tracking number. Keep this tracking number and use
- it in any subsequent correspondence.
+ <item>An actual bug report should be filed by using the send-pr(1)
+ program or its <htmlurl url="http://www.freebsd.org/send-pr.html"
+ name="WEB based equivalent">. This will prompt you for various
+ fields to fill in. In the send-pr(1) case, simply go to the
+ fields surrounded by <tt>&lt;&gt;</tt>'s and fill in your own
+ information in place of what is suggested there. With the
+ WEB based interface, you simply select the appropriate items from
+ various option menus and fill in the various fields shown there.
+
+ <p>You should receive confirmation of your bug report along with
+ a tracking number. Please keep this tracking number and refer to
+ it in any subsequent correspondence so that people can find the
+ details of your problem quickly. You may also send mail to
+ <htmlurl url="mailto:bug-followup@freebsd.org"
+ name="bug-followup@freebsd.org"> with your PR# in the subject
+ line to append further information to an existing bug report.
+
If you do not receive confirmation in a timely fashion (3 days to
a week, depending on your email connection) or are, for some
reason, unable to use the <tt>send-pr(1)</tt> command,
@@ -327,6 +336,11 @@ diff -c -r olddir newdir
<em>very busy</em> and so you should only send mail to them
in cases where mailing to hackers is truly impractical.
+ Please refer to <tt>man 9 intro</tt> and <tt>man 9 style</tt>
+ for some information on coding style. We would appreciate
+ it if you were at least aware of this information before
+ submitting code.
+
<sect1><heading>New code or major value-added packages</heading>
<p>In the case of a significant contribution of a large body
@@ -395,7 +409,7 @@ THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
- $Id: submitters.sgml,v 1.33.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:13 jkh Exp $
+ &dollar;Id&dollar;
</verb></tscreen>
For your convenience, a copy of this text can be found in
<tt>/usr/share/examples/etc/bsd-style-copyright</tt>.
diff --git a/handbook/sup.sgml b/handbook/sup.sgml
index fa22e46804..9c9670b6ab 100644
--- a/handbook/sup.sgml
+++ b/handbook/sup.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: sup.sgml,v 1.19.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:15 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: sup.sgml,v 1.19.2.3 1997-03-15 23:30:37 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ supfile is said to be supping <ref id="current" name="-current">.
<url url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/ports-supfile"
name="/usr/share/examples/sup/ports-supfile">.<p>
If you are interested in obtaining the
-<url url="http://www.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb" name="CVS"> files
+<url url="http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi" name="CVS"> files
that make up the source tree, refer to
<url url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/cvs-supfile"
name="/usr/share/examples/sup/cvs-supfile">.<p>
@@ -76,6 +76,7 @@ join the &a.stable and read
<verb>
src-base: /usr/src/... misc files at the top of /usr/src
src-bin: /usr/src/bin user and system binaries
+src-contrib: /usr/src/contrib contributed software
src-secure: /usr/src/secure DES Sources (US/Canada ONLY)
src-eBones: /usr/src/eBones Kerberos and DES (US/Canada ONLY)
src-etc: /usr/src/etc system files
@@ -124,6 +125,7 @@ ports-emulators: /usr/ports/emulators emulators for other OSes
ports-games: /usr/ports/games games
ports-graphics: /usr/ports/graphics various graphics utilities
ports-japanese: /usr/ports/japanese Japanese support
+ports-korean: /usr/ports/korean Korean support
ports-lang: /usr/ports/lang programming languages
ports-mail: /usr/ports/mail mail software
ports-math: /usr/ports/math numerical computation software
diff --git a/handbook/synching.sgml b/handbook/synching.sgml
index b2c78a6273..079cea7387 100644
--- a/handbook/synching.sgml
+++ b/handbook/synching.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: synching.sgml,v 1.3.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:16 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: synching.sgml,v 1.3.2.2 1997-03-15 23:30:39 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>Synchronizing source trees over the Internet<label id="synching"></heading>
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
<!--
-Last updated: $Date: 1996-12-23 02:02:16 $
+Last updated: $Date: 1997-03-15 23:30:39 $
This document tries to describe the various ways in which a user may
use the internet to keep development sources in synch.
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ stamped with a sequence-number and encoded for transmission over email
handed to the ctm_rmail(1) utility which will automatically decode, verify
and apply the changes to the user's copy of the sources. This process is
far more efficient than CVSup, and places less strain on our server resources
-since it's a <em>push</em> rather than a <em>pull</em> model.
+since it is a <em>push</em> rather than a <em>pull</em> model.
<p>There are other trade-offs, of course. With CVSup, you can also
inadvertently wipe out portions of your archive and CVSup will detect
diff --git a/handbook/term.sgml b/handbook/term.sgml
index dd35fb6656..62a7e2ad8c 100644
--- a/handbook/term.sgml
+++ b/handbook/term.sgml
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD describing
hardwired terminals with FreeBSD. By Sean Kelly, (c) 1996.
- $Id: term.sgml,v 1.3.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:17 jkh Exp $
+ $Id: term.sgml,v 1.3.2.3 1997-03-15 23:30:40 jkh Exp $
The FreeBSD Documentation Project
@@ -373,8 +373,8 @@ ttyd5 "/usr/libexec/getty std.19200"
type does not change, so you can put a real terminal type in
this field.
- Users will usually use the <tt/tset/ program in their
- <tt/.login/ or <tt/.profile/ files to check the terminal
+ Users will usually use the <tt/tset/ program in
+ their <tt/.login/ or <tt/.profile/ files to check the terminal
type and prompt for one if necessary. By setting a terminal
type in the <tt>/etc/ttys</tt> file, users can forego such
prompting.
diff --git a/handbook/troubleshooting.sgml b/handbook/troubleshooting.sgml
index 7d0b372188..48576ced07 100644
--- a/handbook/troubleshooting.sgml
+++ b/handbook/troubleshooting.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: troubleshooting.sgml,v 1.4 1996-05-16 23:18:26 mpp Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: troubleshooting.sgml,v 1.4.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:41 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>Troubleshooting<label id="troubleshooting"></heading>
diff --git a/handbook/uart.sgml b/handbook/uart.sgml
index 9d2e336b76..f18142251c 100644
--- a/handbook/uart.sgml
+++ b/handbook/uart.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: uart.sgml,v 1.3 1996-08-21 19:22:04 mpp Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: uart.sgml,v 1.3.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:43 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<!--
diff --git a/handbook/userppp.sgml b/handbook/userppp.sgml
index 428e47f7f9..61d78b2eb8 100644
--- a/handbook/userppp.sgml
+++ b/handbook/userppp.sgml
@@ -1,10 +1,12 @@
-<!-- $Id: userppp.sgml,v 1.10 1996-10-14 14:48:02 max Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: userppp.sgml,v 1.10.2.1 1997-03-15 23:30:44 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
<sect>Setting up user PPP<label id="userppp">
<p><em>Contributed by &a.nik;<newline>
28 July 1995</em>.
+<p><em>Updated by &a.brian;<newline>
+14 March 1997</em>.
<!-- This FAQ/HowTo is intended to get you up and running with
iijppp, also known as the <em>user level ppp</em> for FreeBSD 2.0.5
@@ -230,6 +232,9 @@ nameserver 158.152.1.65
9 set login "TIMEOUT 10 gin:-BREAK-gin: foo word: bar col: ppp"
10 set timeout 120
11 set ifaddr x.x.x.x y.y.y.y
+12 delete ALL
+13 add 0 0 HISADDR
+14 set openmode active
</verb></tscreen>
Do not include the line numbers, they are just for this discussion.
@@ -242,7 +247,10 @@ nameserver 158.152.1.65
<tag/Line 3:/ Sets the speed you want to connect at.
-<tag/* Lines 4 and 5:/ Do not know exactly what effect these lines have
+<tag/Line 4:/ Tells us not to request LQR. LQR is a "keepalive" protocol
+ used by ppp.
+
+<tag/Line 5:/ Tells us not to accept LQR negotiation from the other side.
<tag/Line 6:/ Dial string commands. user ppp uses the <tt>chat(8)</tt>
language. Check the manual page for information on the features
@@ -272,16 +280,31 @@ protocol: ppp
replaced by the IP address that your provider allocates you. The
string y.y.y.y should be replaced by the IP address that your
ISP indicated for their gateway.
+
+<tag/Line 12:/ Deletes all existing routing table entries for the
+ acquired tun device.
+
+<tag/Line 13:/ Adds a default route to your ISPs IP number.
+
+<tag/Line 14:/ Tells our side to begin negotiation. This is not always
+ necessary, but it does no harm to have both sides initiating
+ the Line Control Protocol (LCP).
</descrip>
Now you have to edit the file <tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.linkup</tt>:
<tscreen><verb>
x.x.x.x:
+ delete ALL
add 0 0 HISADDR
</verb></tscreen>
Replace x.x.x.x with your IP address as before. This file is used to
- automatically add a default route from your ISP (who's address is
- automatically inserted with the HISADDR macro) to you.
+ automatically delete all existing routes for the acquired line and
+ add a default route from your ISP (who's address is automatically
+ inserted with the HISADDR macro) to you.
+
+ With a static IP number assigned by your ISP, you don't actually
+ need an entry in <tt>/etc/ppp.linkup</tt>, but again, it doesn't
+ do any harm to have it.
Finally, you can create the file <tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.secret</tt>, which sets
some passwords to prevent people messing around with ppp on your system.
@@ -293,11 +316,18 @@ x.x.x.x:
<!-- XXX -->
<p>If your service provider does not assign static IP numbers,
<tt>ppp</tt> can be configured to negotiate the local address. This is
- done by specifying 0 as the local IP address:
+ done by "guessing" an IP number and allowing ppp to set it up correctly
+ using the LCP at connection time.
<tscreen><verb>
-set ifaddr 0 0
+ ifaddr 10.0.1.1/0 10.0.1.2/0
+ delete ALL
+ add 0 0 HISADDR
</verb></tscreen>
- See the <tt>ppp(8)</tt> manual page for more detailed information.
+ You should NOT use 0 as either IP address. If you do, ppp will not be
+ able to set up the correct initial entries in the routing table.
+
+ See the pmdemand entry in the files <tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.conf.sample</tt> and
+ <tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.linkup.sample</tt> for a detailed example.
<sect1><heading>Final system configuration</heading>
@@ -311,28 +341,20 @@ set ifaddr 0 0
hostname=foo.bar.com
</verb></tscreen>
Look for the network_interfaces variable, and make sure the tun0 device is
- added to the list. My line looks like
+ NOT added to the list. My line looks like
<tscreen><verb>
-network_interfaces="lo0 tun0 ep0"
+network_interfaces="lo0 ep0"
</verb></tscreen>
- but I have an ethernet card (ep0) to configure as well.
+ because I have an ethernet card (ep0) to configure as well.
- Now add an ifconfig line for the tun0 device. It should look something
- like
-<tscreen><verb>
-ifconfig_tun0="inet foo.bar.com y.y.y.y netmask 0xffffffff"
-</verb></tscreen>
- as before, change ``foo.bar.com'' to be your hostname, y.y.y.y is the IP
- address of your providers gateway, and 0xffffffff is the netmask they
- provided you with (in hexadecimal). Two common values for the netmask are
+ Set the router program to ``NO'' with the line
<tscreen><verb>
-255.255.255.255 = 0xffffffff
-255.255.255.0 = 0xffffff00
-</verb></tscreen>
- Set the routed flags to ``-s'' with the line
-<tscreen><verb>
-routedflags=-s
+router=NO
</verb></tscreen>
+ It is important that this is not set to <tt>routed</tt> (the default)
+ as <tt>routed</tt> tends to delete the routing table entries made by
+ ppp.
+
It is probably worth your while ensuring that the ``sendmail_flags'' line
does not include the ``-q'' option, otherwise sendmail will attempt to do
a network lookup every now and then, possibly causing your machine to dial
@@ -345,15 +367,13 @@ sendmail_flags="-bd"
<tscreen><verb>
# /usr/sbin/sendmail -q
</verb></tscreen>
- That should be about all you need to do to get PPP working with a static
- IP address. All that is left is to reboot the machine. During startup the
- tun0 device should be detected, and two lines like the following should be
- printed,
-<tscreen><verb>
-tun0: flags=51<UP,POINTOPOINT,RUNNING> mtu 1500
-inet x.x.x.x --> y.y.y.y netmask 0xffffffff
-</verb></tscreen>
- At this point, it should all be working. You can now either type
+ If you don't like this, it is possible to set up a "dfilter" to block
+ SMTP traffic. Refer to the sample files for further details.
+
+ That should be about all you need to do to get PPP working. All that is
+ left is to reboot the machine.
+
+ You can now either type
<tscreen><verb>
# ppp
</verb></tscreen>
diff --git a/ja/Makefile b/ja/Makefile
index c7f9709b0d..6ad599417d 100644
--- a/ja/Makefile
+++ b/ja/Makefile
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
# From: @(#)Makefile 8.1 (Berkeley) 6/5/93
-# $Id: Makefile,v 1.1 1996-12-18 07:14:37 asami Exp $
+# $Id: Makefile,v 1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:32 jkh Exp $
SUBDIR= handbook
diff --git a/ja/handbook/Makefile b/ja/handbook/Makefile
index 27ab76510c..c07cdd6067 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/Makefile
+++ b/ja/handbook/Makefile
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-# $Id: Makefile,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1996-12-23 02:02:32 jkh Exp $
-# Original revision: 1.17
+# $Id: Makefile,v 1.1.1.1.2.4 1997-03-15 23:31:34 jkh Exp $
+# Original revision: 1.22
# The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project
DOC= handbook
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ SRCS+= cyclades.sgml development.sgml dialup.sgml dialout.sgml
SRCS+= diskless.sgml dma.sgml eresources.sgml esdi.sgml
SRCS+= firewalls.sgml glossary.sgml goals.sgml
SRCS+= handbook.sgml history.sgml hw.sgml install.sgml isdn.sgml
-SRCS+= kerberos.sgml kernelconfig.sgml kerneldebug.sgml
+SRCS+= kerberos.sgml kernelconfig.sgml kerneldebug.sgml kernelopts.sgml
SRCS+= lists.sgml mail.sgml memoryuse.sgml
SRCS+= mirrors.sgml nfs.sgml nutshell.sgml pgpkeys.sgml policies.sgml
SRCS+= porting.sgml ports.sgml ppp.sgml printing.sgml
diff --git a/ja/handbook/authors.sgml b/ja/handbook/authors.sgml
index 4d7e824dc6..93753ac7c3 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/authors.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/authors.sgml
@@ -1,17 +1,30 @@
-<!-- $Id: authors.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:34 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: authors.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:31:36 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.44 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.61 -->
<!--
Names and email address of contributing authors and CVS committers.
Use these entities when referencing people. Please note the use of single
and double quotes.
+Please keep this list in alphabetical order by entity names.
-->
<!ENTITY a.ache "Andrey A. Chernov
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ache@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;ache@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.adam "Adam David
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:adam@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;adam@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alex "Alex Nash
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:alex@freebsd.org'
+ name='&lt;alex@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.amurai "Atsushi Murai
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:amurai@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;amurai@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.andreas "Andreas Klemm
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:andreas@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;andreas@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -20,22 +33,54 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:asami@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;asami@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.ats "Andreas Schulz
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ats@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;ats@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.awebster "Andrew Webster
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:awebster@pubnix.net'
name='&lt;awebster@pubnix.net&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.dave "Dave Cornejo
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dave@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;dave@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.bde "Bruce Evans
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:bde@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;bde@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brian "Brian Somers
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:brian@awfulhak.org'
+ name='&lt;brian@awfulhak.org&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.cawimm "Charles A. Wimmer
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:cawimm@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;cawimm@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.chuck "Chuck Robey
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@glue.umd.edu'
+ name='&lt;chuckr@glue.umd.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.chuckr "Chuck Robey
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.cracauer "Martin Cracauer
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:cracauer@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;cracauer@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.csgr "Geoff Rehmet
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:csgr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;csgr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.danny "Daniel O'Callaghan
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:danny@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;danny@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.darrenr "Darren Reed
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:darrenr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;darrenr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.dave "Dave Cornejo
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dave@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;dave@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.davidg "David Greenman
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:davidg@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;davidg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -44,6 +89,14 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:davidn@blaze.net.au'
name='&lt;davidn@blaze.net.au&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.dfr "Doug Rabson
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dfr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;dfr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.dima "Dima Ruban
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dima@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;dima@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.dufault "Peter Dufault
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dufault@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;dufault@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -52,6 +105,22 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dyson@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;dyson@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.eivind "Eivind Eklund
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:perhaps@yes.no'
+ name='&lt;perhaps@yes.no&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.erich "Eric L. Hernes
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:erich@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;erich@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.fenner "Bill Fenner
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fenner@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;fenner@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.fsmp "Steve Passe
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.gclarkii "Gary Clark II
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gclarkii@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;gclarkii@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -64,21 +133,53 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ghelmer@alpha.dsu.edu'
name='&lt;ghelmer@alpha.dsu.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.gibbs "Justin T. Gibbs
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.gj "Gary Jennejohn
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gj@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;gj@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.gpalmer "Gary Palmer
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gpalmer@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;gpalmer@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.graichen "Thomas Graichen
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:graichen@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;graichen@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.gryphon "Coranth Gryphon
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gryphon@healer.com'
name='&lt;gryphon@healer.com&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.guido "Guido van Rooij
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:guido@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;guido@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.hanai "ְǷ
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hanai@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;hanai@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.handy "Brian N. Handy
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu'
+ name='&lt;handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.hm "Hellmuth Michaelis
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hm@kts.org'
+ name='&lt;hm@kts.org&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.hsu "Jeffrey Hsu
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hsu@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;hsu@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.imp "Warner Losh
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:imp@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;imp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jhay "John Hay
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jhay@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jhay@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jdp "John Polstra
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jdp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.jehamby "Jake Hamby
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jehamby@lightside.com'
@@ -88,17 +189,65 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jfieber@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;jfieber@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jfitz "James FitzGibbon
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:james@nexis.net'
+ name='&lt;james@nexis.net&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jhay "John Hay
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jhay@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jhay@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.jkh "Jordan K. Hubbard
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jkh@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;jkh@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jlind "John Lind
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:john@starfire.MN.ORG'
+ name='&lt;john@starfire.MN.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jlrobin "James L. Robinson
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmacd "Joshua Peck Macdonald
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmb "Jonathan M. Bresler
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmb@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmb@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmg "John-Mark Gurney
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmg@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmz "Jean-Marc Zucconi
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmz@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmz@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.joerg "J&ouml;rg Wunsch
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:joerg@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;joerg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jlind "John Lind
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:john@starfire.MN.ORG'
- name='&lt;john@starfire.MN.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.john "John Cavanaugh
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:john@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;john@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jraynard "James Raynard
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jraynard@freebsd.org'
+ name='&lt;jraynard@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.julian "Julian Elischer
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:julian@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;julian@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jvh "Johannes Helander
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jvh@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jvh@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.karl "Karl Strickland
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:karl@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;karl@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.kato "Takenori KATO
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:kato@FreeBSD.ORG'
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<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:kelly@fsl.noaa.gov'
name='&lt;kelly@fsl.noaa.gov&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.lars "Lars Fredriksen
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:lars@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;lars@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ljo "L Jonas Olsson
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ljo@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;ljo@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.markm "Mark Murray
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:markm@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;markm@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.martin "Martin Renters
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:martin@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;martin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.max "溬 ʸ
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:max@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;max@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.mayo "Mark Mayo
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:mayo@quickweb.com'
name='&lt;mayo@quickweb.com&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -124,10 +293,18 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:md@bsc.no'
name='&lt;md@bsc.no&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.mpp "Mike Pritchard
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:mpp@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;mpp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.msmith "Michael Smith
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:msmith@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;msmith@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.nate "Nate Williams
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nate@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;nate@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.nik "Nik Clayton
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nik@blueberry.co.uk'
name='&lt;nik@blueberry.co.uk&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -136,6 +313,14 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nsj@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;nsj@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.obrien "David O'Brien
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu'
+ name='&lt;obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.olah "Andras Olah
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:olah@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;olah@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.opsys "Chris Watson
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:opsys@open-systems.net'
name='&lt;opsys@open-systems.net&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -144,8 +329,8 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:paul@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;paul@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.pds "Peter da Silva
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:pds@FreeBSD.ORG'
+<!ENTITY a.pds "Peter da Silva
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:pds@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;pds@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.peter "Peter Wemm
@@ -156,263 +341,114 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:phk@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;phk@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.rgrimes "Rodney Grimes
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rgrimes@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;rgrimes@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.richardag "Ricardo AG
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ricardag@ag.com.br'
- name='&lt;ricardag@ag.com.br&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.scrappy "Marc G. Fournier
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.smpatel "Sujal Patel
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:smpatel@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;smpatel@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.uhclem "Frank Durda IV
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:uhclem@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;uhclem@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.ulf "Ulf Zimmerman
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ulf@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;ulf@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.whiteside "Don Whiteside
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:whiteside@acm.org'
- name='&lt;whiteside@acm.org&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.wilko "Wilko Bulte
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wilko@yedi.iaf.nl'
- name='&lt;wilko@yedi.iaf.nl&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.wollman "Garrett Wollman
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wollman@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;wollman@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.gibbs "Justin T. Gibbs
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.proven "Chris Provenzano
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:proven@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;proven@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.pst "Paul Traina
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:pst@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;pst@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.sos "S&oslash;ren Schmidt
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:sos@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;sos@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.nate "Nate Williams
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nate@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;nate@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.karl "Karl Strickland
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:karl@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;karl@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.rgrimes "Rodney Grimes
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rgrimes@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;rgrimes@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.csgr "Geoff Rehmet
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:csgr@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;csgr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.rhuff "Robert Huff
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rhuff@cybercom.net'
+ name='&lt;rhuff@cybercom.net&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.ats "Andreas Schulz
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ats@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;ats@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.ricardag "Ricardo AG
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ricardag@ag.com.br'
+ name='&lt;ricardag@ag.com.br&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.rich "Rich Murphey
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rich@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;rich@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jvh "Johannes Helander
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jvh@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jvh@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.proven "Chris Provenzano
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:proven@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;proven@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.guido "Guido van Rooij
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:guido@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;guido@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.roberto "Ollivier Robert
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:roberto@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;roberto@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.hsu "Jeffrey Hsu
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hsu@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;hsu@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.scrappy "Marc G. Fournier
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.bde "Bruce Evans
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:bde@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;bde@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.se "Stefan Esser
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:se@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;se@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.sef "Sean Eric Fagan
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:sef@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;sef@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.se "Stefan Esser
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:se@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;se@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.torstenb "Torsten Blum
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:torstenb@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;torstenb@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.smace "Scott Mace
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:smace@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;smace@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.julian "Julian Elischer
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:julian@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;julian@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.smpatel "Sujal Patel
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:smpatel@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;smpatel@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.dfr "Doug Rabson
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dfr@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;dfr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.sos "S&oslash;ren Schmidt
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:sos@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;sos@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.martin "Martin Renters
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:martin@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;martin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.steve "Steve Price
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:steve@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;steve@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.swallace "Steven Wallace
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:swallace@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;swallace@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.ljo "L Jonas Olsson
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ljo@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;ljo@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.dima "Dima Ruban
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dima@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;dima@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.tegge "Tor Egge
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:tegge@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;tegge@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.lars "Lars Fredriksen
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:lars@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;lars@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.tg "Thomas Gellekum
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:tg@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;tg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jmz "Jean-Marc Zucconi
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmz@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jmz@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.torstenb "Torsten Blum
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:torstenb@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;torstenb@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.ugen "Ugen J.S.Antsilevich
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ugen@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;ugen@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.wpaul "Bill Paul
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wpaul@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;wpaul@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.amurai "Atsushi Murai
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:amurai@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;amurai@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.jmacd "Joshua Peck Macdonald
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.olah "Andras Olah
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:olah@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;olah@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.roberto "Ollivier Robert
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:roberto@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;roberto@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.markm "Mark Murray
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:markm@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;markm@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.gj "Gary Jennejohn
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gj@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;gj@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.mpp "Mike Pritchard
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:mpp@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;mpp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.smace "Scott Mace
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:smace@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;smace@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.erich "Eric L. Hernes
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:erich@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;erich@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.graichen "Thomas Graichen
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:graichen@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;graichen@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.uhclem "Frank Durda IV
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:uhclem@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;uhclem@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.adam "Adam David
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:adam@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;adam@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.ulf "Ulf Zimmermann
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ulf@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;ulf@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.tg "Thomas Gellekum
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:tg@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;tg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.whiteside "Don Whiteside
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:whiteside@acm.org'
+ name='&lt;whiteside@acm.org&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jdp "John Polstra
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jdp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.wilko "Wilko Bulte
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wilko@yedi.iaf.nl'
+ name='&lt;wilko@yedi.iaf.nl&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jlrobin "James L. Robinson
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.wlloyd "Bill Lloyd
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wlloyd@mpd.ca'
+ name='&lt;wlloyd@mpd.ca&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jmb "Jonathan M. Bresler
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmb@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jmb@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.wollman "Garrett Wollman
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wollman@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;wollman@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.wosch "Wolfram Schneider
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wosch@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;wosch@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.fenner "Bill Fenner
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fenner@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;fenner@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.brian "Brian N. Handy
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu'
- name='&lt;handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.chuck "Chuck Robey
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@glue.umd.edu'
- name='&lt;chuckr@glue.umd.edu&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.jraynard "James Raynard
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jraynard@freebsd.org'
- name='&lt;jraynard@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.alex "Alex Nash
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:alex@freebsd.org'
- name='&lt;alex@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.hm "Hellmuth Michaelis
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hm@kts.org'
- name='&lt;hm@kts.org&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.rhuff "Robert Huff
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rhuff@cybercom.net'
- name='&lt;rhuff@cybercom.net&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.chuckr "Chuck Robey
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.jfitz "James FitzGibbon
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:james@nexis.net'
- name='&lt;james@nexis.net&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.max "溬 ʸ
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:max@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;max@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.obrien "David O'Brien
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu'
- name='&lt;obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.fsmp "Steve Passe
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.steve "Steve Price
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:steve@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;steve@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.wlloyd "Bill Lloyd
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wlloyd@mpd.ca'
- name='&lt;wlloyd@mpd.ca&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.wpaul "Bill Paul
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wpaul@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;wpaul@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.yokota "Kazutaka YOKOTA
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:yokota@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;yokota@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
diff --git a/ja/handbook/basics.sgml b/ja/handbook/basics.sgml
index a43d411fc6..5f9626310d 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/basics.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/basics.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: basics.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:38 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: basics.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:37 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.7 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.9 -->
<chapt><heading>Unix δμ<label id="basics"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/bibliography.sgml b/ja/handbook/bibliography.sgml
index 222a2d35bc..3ba6bc0e20 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/bibliography.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/bibliography.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: bibliography.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:38 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: bibliography.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:39 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.14 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.17 -->
<chapt>
<heading>Ϳ޽<label id="bibliography"></heading>
@@ -16,6 +16,31 @@
줿ѼԸΥޥ˥奢뤬礫ޤ.
<sect>
+ <heading>FreeBSDΤν & </heading>
+
+ <p><bf>Ѹʸ & :</bf>
+
+ <p><itemize>
+ <item><htmlurl url="http://freebsd.csie.nctu.edu.tw/~jdli/book.shtml"
+ name="FreeBSD "> (in Chinese).
+ <item>FreeBSD祭å 98. ֿ .
+ ¥ƥ. ISBN4-87966-535-5 C3055 2900.
+ <item>FreeBSD祭å ATߴ . ֿ .
+ ¥ƥ. ISBN4-87966-535-5 C3055 2900.
+ <item>ޤǤǤ FreeBSD ѥ.
+ ƻ 汦 . ¥ƥ.
+ ISBN 4-87966-637-8 2600.
+ </itemize>
+
+ <p><bf>Ѹν & :</bf>
+
+ <p><itemize>
+ <item><htmlurl url="http://www.cdrom.com/titles/os/bsdbook2.htm"
+ name="The Complete FreeBSD">, published by <htmlurl
+ url="http://www.cdrom.com" name="Walnut Creek CDROM">.
+ </itemize>
+
+ <sect>
<heading>ѼԸΥ</heading>
<p><itemize>
@@ -29,16 +54,16 @@
O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc., 1994.
<newline>ISBN 1-56592-076-7</item>
- <item><sl>UNIX in a Nutshell</sl>.
- O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc., 1990.
- <newline>ISBN 093717520X</item>
+ <item><sl>UNIX in a Nutshell</sl>.
+ O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc., 1990.
+ <newline>ISBN 093717520X</item>
<item><htmlurl url="http://www-wks.acs.ohio-state.edu/"
- name="Ohio State University"> has written
- a <htmlurl
- url="http://www-wks.acs.ohio-state.edu/unix_course/unix.html"
- name="UNIX Introductory Course"> which is available online
- in HTML and postscript format.</item>
+ name="Ohio State University"> has written
+ a <htmlurl
+ url="http://www-wks.acs.ohio-state.edu/unix_course/unix.html"
+ name="UNIX Introductory Course"> which is available online
+ in HTML and postscript format.</item>
</itemize>
<sect>
@@ -48,7 +73,12 @@
<item>Albitz, Paul and Liu, Cricket. <em>DNS and
BIND</em>. O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc., 1993.
- <newline>ISBN 1-56592-010-4 </item>
+ <newline>ISBN 1-56592-010-4
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>л / ήͳ . <em>DNS & BIND</em>.
+ , 1995.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-7561-0314-6)
+ </item>
<item>Computer Systems Research Group, UC Berkeley.
<sl>4.4BSD System Manager's Manual</sl>.
@@ -57,19 +87,41 @@
<item>Costales, Brian, et al.
<em>Sendmail</em>. O'Reilly &amp;
- Associates, Inc., 1993. <newline>ISBN 1-56592-056-2 </item>
+ Associates, Inc., 1993.
+ <newline>ISBN 1-56592-056-2
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>¼ . <em>sendmail </em>.
+ 󥿡ʥʥ롦ȥॽ󡦥ѥ֥å󥰡ѥ, 1994.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-900718-07-6)
+ </item>
<item>Frisch, &AElig;leen. <em>Essential System
Administration</em>. O'Reilly &amp;
- Associates, Inc., 1993. <newline>ISBN 0-937175-80-3 </item>
+ Associates, Inc., 1993. <newline>ISBN 0-937175-80-3
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline> . <em>UNIX ƥ</em>.
+ , 1995.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-7561-0313-8)
+ </item>
<item>Hunt, Craig. <em>TCP/IP Network Administration</em>.
O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc., 1992.
- <newline>ISBN 0-937175-82-X</item>
-
- <item>Nemeth, Evi. <em>UNIX System Administration
+ <newline>ISBN 0-937175-82-X
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>¼ . <em>TCP/IP ͥåȥ</em>.
+ 󥿡ʥʥ롦ȥॽ󡦥ѥ֥å󥰡ѥ, 1994.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-900718-01-7)
+ </item>
+
+ <item>Nemeth, Evi. <em>UNIX System Administration
Handbook</em>. 2nd ed. Prentice Hall, 1995.
- <newline>ISBN 0131510517</item>
+ <newline>ISBN 0131510517
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>徰ʴ. <em>UNIX ƥ</em>.
+ եȥХ, 1992.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-89052-362-6
+ <newline>ܤ2ǤФ1ǤΤ)
+ </item>
</itemize>
@@ -97,29 +149,65 @@
<item>Ellis, Margaret A. and Stroustrup,
Bjarne. <em>The Annotated C++ Reference
Manual</em>. Addison-Wesley, 1990.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-51459-1</item>
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-51459-1
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>­Ω / ͵ .
+ <em> C++ ե󥹥ޥ˥奢</em>.
+ ȥåѥ, 1992.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-8101-8027-1)
+ </item>
<item>Harbison, Samuel P. and Steele, Guy
- L. Jr. <em>C: A Reference Manual</em>. 4rd ed. Prentice
- Hall, 1995. <newline>ISBN 0-13-326224-3</item>
-
- <item>Kernighan, Brian and Dennis M. Ritchie.
- <em>The C Programming Language.</em>.
- PTR Prentice Hall, 1988.
- <newline>ISBN 0-13-110362-9</item>
+ L. Jr. <em>C: A Reference Manual</em>. 4rd ed. Prentice
+ Hall, 1995. <newline>ISBN 0-13-326224-3
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>ƣ˴.
+ <em>Cե[H&amp;Sե]</em>.
+ եȥХ, 1994.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-89052-506-8
+ <newline>ܤ4ǤФ3ǤΤߡ)
+ </item>
+
+ <item>Kernighan, Brian and Dennis M. Ritchie.
+ <em>The C Programming Language.</em>.
+ PTR Prentice Hall, 1988.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-13-110362-9
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline> .
+ <em>ץߥ󥰸 C 2()</em>
+ Ω, 1989.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-320-02692-6)
+ </item>
<item>Plauger, P. J. <em>The Standard C
Library</em>. Prentice Hall, 1992.
- <newline>ISBN 0-13-131509-9</item>
-
- <item>Stevens, W. Richard. <em>Advanced
- Programming in the UNIX Environment</em>.
- Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1992
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-56317-7</item>
-
- <item>Stevens, W. Richard. <em>UNIX Network
- Programming</em>. PTR Prentice Hall, 1990.
- <newline>ISBN 0-13-949876-1</item>
+ <newline>ISBN 0-13-131509-9
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>ʡٴ / ɧ / ò .
+ <em>ɸ C 饤֥ ANSI/ISO/JIS C</em>.
+ ȥåѥ, 1995.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-8101-8541-9)
+ </item>
+
+ <item>Stevens, W. Richard. <em>Advanced
+ Programming in the UNIX Environment</em>.
+ Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1992
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-56317-7
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>ͺ .
+ <em>ܲ UNIX ץߥ</em>. ȥåѥ, 1994.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-89052-524-6)
+ </item>
+
+ <item>Stevens, W. Richard. <em>UNIX Network
+ Programming</em>. PTR Prentice Hall, 1990.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-13-949876-1
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>۰ .
+ <em>UNIX ͥåȥץߥ</em>.
+ ȥåѥ,1992.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-8101-8509-5)
+ </item>
<item>Wells, Bill. "Writing Serial Drivers for UNIX".
<em>Dr. Dobb's Journal</em>. 19(15), December
@@ -128,99 +216,122 @@
</itemize>
<sect>
- <heading>ڥ졼ƥ󥰥ƥ</heading>
-
- <p><itemize>
-
- <item>Jolitz, William. "Porting UNIX to the
- 386". <em>Dr. Dobb's Journal</em>. January
- 1991-July 1992.</item>
-
- <item>Leffler, Samuel J., Marshall Kirk McKusick,
- Michael J Karels and John Quarterman <em>The Design and
- Implementation of the 4.3BSD UNIX Operating
- System</em>. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1989.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-06196-1</item>
+ <heading>ڥ졼ƥ󥰥ƥ</heading>
- <item>Leffler, Samuel J., Marshall Kirk McKusick,
- <em>The Design and Implementation of the 4.3BSD
- UNIX Operating System: Answer Book</em>.
- Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1991.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-54629-9</item>
+ <p><itemize>
- <item>McKusick, Marshall Kirk, Keith Bostic, Michael J Karels,
+ <item>Jolitz, William. "Porting UNIX to the
+ 386". <em>Dr. Dobb's Journal</em>. January
+ 1991-July 1992.
+ </item>
+
+ <item>Leffler, Samuel J., Marshall Kirk McKusick,
+ Michael J Karels and John Quarterman <em>The Design and
+ Implementation of the 4.3BSD UNIX Operating
+ System</em>. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1989.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-06196-1
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>¼ / Ŀ / ױ / ʿ .
+ <em>UNIX 4.3BSD߷פȼ</em>. , 1991.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-621-03607-6)
+ </item>
+
+ <item>Leffler, Samuel J., Marshall Kirk McKusick,
+ <em>The Design and Implementation of the 4.3BSD
+ UNIX Operating System: Answer Book</em>.
+ Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1991.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-54629-9
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>Ŀ / ױ / ʿ .
+ <em>UNIX 4.3BSD߷פȼ</em>.
+ 󥵡֥å, ȥåѥ, 1991.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-8101-8039-5)
+ </item>
+
+ <item>McKusick, Marshall Kirk, Keith Bostic, Michael J Karels,
and John Quarterman. <em>The Design and
- Implementation of the 4.4BSD Operating
- System</em>. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1996.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-54979-4</item>
-
- <item>Stevens, W. Richard. <em>TCP/IP Illustrated,
- Volume 1: The Protocols</em>.
- Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1996.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-63346-9</item>
-
- <item>Stevens, W. Richard. <em>TCP/IP Illustrated,
- Volume 3: TCP for Transactions, HTTP, NNTP
- and the UNIX Domain Protocols</em>.
- Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1996.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-63495-3</item>
-
- <item>Wright, Gary R. and W. Richard Stevens.
- <em>TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 2:
- The Implementation</em>.
- Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1995.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-63354-X</item>
+ Implementation of the 4.4BSD Operating
+ System</em>. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1996.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-54979-4</item>
+
+ <item>Stevens, W. Richard. <em>TCP/IP Illustrated,
+ Volume 1: The Protocols</em>.
+ Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1996.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-63346-9</item>
+
+ <item>Stevens, W. Richard. <em>TCP/IP Illustrated,
+ Volume 3: TCP for Transactions, HTTP, NNTP
+ and the UNIX Domain Protocols</em>.
+ Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1996.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-63495-3</item>
+
+ <item>Wright, Gary R. and W. Richard Stevens.
+ <em>TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 2:
+ The Implementation</em>.
+ Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1995.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-63354-X</item>
- </itemize>
+ </itemize>
<sect>
- <heading>ƥλͻ</heading>
-
- <p><itemize>
+ <heading>ƥλͻ</heading>
- <item>Cheswick, William R. and Steven M. Bellovin.
- <em>Firewalls and Internal Security:
- Repelling the Wily Hacker</em>.
- Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1995.
- <newline>ISBN 1-201-63357-4 </item>
+ <p><itemize>
- <item>Garfinkel, Simson and Gene Spafford.
- <em>Practical UNIX Security</em>. 2nd Ed.
- O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc., 1996.
- <newline>ISBN 1-56592-148-8 </item>
+ <item>Cheswick, William R. and Steven M. Bellovin.
+ <em>Firewalls and Internal Security:
+ Repelling the Wily Hacker</em>.
+ Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1995.
+ <newline>ISBN 1-201-63357-4
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline> . <em>ե</em>.
+ եȥХ, 1995.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-89052-672-2)
+ </item>
+
+ <item>Garfinkel, Simson and Gene Spafford.
+ <em>Practical UNIX Security</em>. 2nd Ed.
+ O'Reilly &amp; Associates, Inc., 1996.
+ <newline>ISBN 1-56592-148-8
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>Ѵ. <em>UNIX ƥ</em>.
+ , 1993.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-7561-0274-3
+ <newline>ܤ2ǤФ1ǤΤ)
+ </item>
- </itemize>
+ </itemize>
<sect>
<heading>ϡɥλͻ</heading>
<p><itemize>
- <item>Anderson, Don and Tom Shanley.
- <em>Pentium Processor System Architecture</em>.
- 2nd ed. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1995.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-40992-5</item>
+ <item>Anderson, Don and Tom Shanley.
+ <em>Pentium Processor System Architecture</em>.
+ 2nd ed. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1995.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-40992-5</item>
- <item>Ferraro, Richard F. <em>Programmer's Guide
- to the EGA, VGA, and Super VGA Cards</em>.
- 3rd ed. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1995.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-62490-7</item>
+ <item>Ferraro, Richard F. <em>Programmer's Guide
+ to the EGA, VGA, and Super VGA Cards</em>.
+ 3rd ed. Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1995.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-62490-7</item>
- <item>Shanley, Tom. <em>80486 System
- Architecture</em>. 3rd ed. Reading, Mass. :
- Addison-Wesley, 1995. <newline>ISBN
- 0-201-40994-1</item>
+ <item>Shanley, Tom. <em>80486 System
+ Architecture</em>. 3rd ed. Reading, Mass. :
+ Addison-Wesley, 1995. <newline>ISBN
+ 0-201-40994-1</item>
- <item>Shanley, Tom. <em>ISA System
+ <item>Shanley, Tom. <em>ISA System
Architecture</em>. 3rd ed. Reading, Mass. :
Addison-Wesley, 1995.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-40996-8</item>
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-40996-8</item>
- <item>Shanley, Tom. <em>PCI System
+ <item>Shanley, Tom. <em>PCI System
Architecture</em>. 3rd ed. Reading, Mass. :
Addison-Wesley, 1995. <newline>ISBN
- 0-201-40993-3</item>
+ 0-201-40993-3</item>
<item>Van Gilluwe, Frank. <em>The Undocumented PC</em>.
Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1994.
@@ -229,24 +340,30 @@
</itemize>
<sect>
- <heading>UNIX </heading>
+ <heading>UNIX </heading>
- <p><itemize>
+ <p><itemize>
- <item>Saulus, Peter H. <em>A quarter century of UNIX</em>.
- Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc., 1994.
- <newline>ISBN 0-201-54777-5</item>
+ <item>Saulus, Peter H. <em>A quarter century of UNIX</em>.
+ Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc., 1994.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-201-54777-5</item>
- <item>Simon Garfinkel, Daniel Weise, Steven Strassmann.
- <em>The UNIX-HATERS Handbook</em>.
- IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., 1994.
- <newline>ISBN 1-56884-203-1</item>
-
- <item>Don Libes, Sandy Ressler <em>Life with UNIX</em> - special
- edition. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1989.
- <newline>ISBN 0-13-536657-7</item>
+ <item>Simon Garfinkel, Daniel Weise, Steven Strassmann.
+ <em>The UNIX-HATERS Handbook</em>.
+ IDG Books Worldwide, Inc., 1994.
+ <newline>ISBN 1-56884-203-1</item>
+
+ <item>Don Libes, Sandy Ressler <em>Life with UNIX</em> - special
+ edition. Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1989.
+ <newline>ISBN 0-13-536657-7
+ <newline>(: ˮϰʲΤΤǤƤޤ.
+ <newline>ʸ . <em>Life with UNIX</em>.
+ , 1990.
+ <newline>ISBN 4-7561-0783-4
+ <newline>ˮSpecial ǤФݤ)
+ </item>
- </itemize>
+ </itemize>
<sect>
<heading>ȥ㡼ʥ</heading>
@@ -256,8 +373,8 @@
<item><em>The C/C++ Users Journal</em>. R&amp;D Publications
Inc. ISSN 1075-2838</item>
- <item><em>Sys Admin - The Journal for UNIX System
- Administrators</em> Miller Freeman, Inc., ISSN 1061-2688</item>
+ <item><em>Sys Admin - The Journal for UNIX System
+ Administrators</em> Miller Freeman, Inc., ISSN 1061-2688</item>
</itemize>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/boothelp.sgml b/ja/handbook/boothelp.sgml
index debab0180b..8bc6ebfdcc 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/boothelp.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/boothelp.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: boothelp.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:38 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: boothelp.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:40 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.2 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.4 -->
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN" [
diff --git a/ja/handbook/booting.sgml b/ja/handbook/booting.sgml
index c82af75afd..402a0b65b7 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/booting.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/booting.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: booting.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:38 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: booting.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:42 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.11 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.13 -->
<!-- This is a SGML version of the text on FreeBSD boot procedures
made by Poul-Henning Kamp <phk@FreeBSD.ORG>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/contrib.sgml b/ja/handbook/contrib.sgml
index 5f394ccde6..ebe34c7c11 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/contrib.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/contrib.sgml
@@ -1,116 +1,85 @@
-<!-- $Id: contrib.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1996-12-23 02:02:35 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: contrib.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.4 1997-03-15 23:31:44 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.174 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.225 -->
<!-- Please try to keep the file 'avail' (from CVSROOT)
in sync with the list of FreeBSD Developers -->
+<chapt><heading>FreeBSDץȥå<label id="staff"></heading>
-<chapt><heading>FreeBSD ؤΥȥӥ塼<label id="contrib"></heading>
-
-<p><em>: </em>
<p><em>: &a.hanai;<newline>28 August 1996.</em>
- <sect><heading>BSDեȥؤΥȥӥ塼</heading>
-
- <p>ΥեȥϺǽ William F. Jolitz 386BSD release 0.1
- ޤ, ꥸʥ 386BSD ˸ͭΥɤϤۤȤ
- ĤäƤޤ. ΥեȥϴŪˤϥե˥
- С쥤 Computer Science Research Group (CSRG) ȤζƱ
- ˤ 4.4BSD-Lite ꡼Ƽޤ.
-
- ޤ, NetBSD ΰ FreeBSD ˼ޤƤޤ. äƻ䤿
- NetBSD ع׸͡٤Ƥ˴դޤ.ĤΥ롼פδط
- 㥯뤳ȤˤϤޤ, 䤿ϴŪˤ϶ƱŪ
- äƤޤ. ʤ, ͡Υԥ塼ˤä BSD ١
- ڥ졼ƥ󥰥ƥ! ȤȤǤ. 䤿 NetBSD
- ϤƤۤȻפäƤޤ.
-
- <sect><heading>ϡɥΥȥӥ塼</heading>
-
- <p>ä Walnut Creek CDROM ˤϥͥåȥؤΥڤ¾Υϡɥ
- ꥽δ£ϤޤǤʤ, ȯ˻Ȥ Pentium P5-90
- 486/DX2-66 EISA/VL ƥ󶡤Ƥ줿ȤˤĤƴդƤޤ.
- ΥݡȤʤФΥ꡼򤪤ʤȤԲǽǤä
- 礦.
-
- TRW Financial SysytemsҤ, PC 130,Ĥ 68 GB Υե륵
- 12Υͥå, ǥ쥹ɤΥǥХå򤪤ʤ
- ĤΥ롼ڤ ATM å󶡤Ƥޤ.
- ޤ, 2, 3ͤ FreeBSD ϥåۤä, FreeBSD ǰ
- Ƥޤ. ꤬Ȥ!
-
- ޤ, XM3401B CDROM ɥ饤 դƤ줿 Dermot McDonnell
- ˴դޤ. CDROM ɥ饤֤ϤäȤΩޤ.
-
- ¸ŪʻŻȤƥեåԡơץȥ꡼ޤդƤ줿
- &a.chuck; ˴դޤ.
-
- <tt>wt</tt>ɥ饤Фɤ뤿 Wangtek Archive
- QIC-02 ơץɥ饤֤󶡤Ƥ줿 Larry Altneu &lt;larry@ALR.COM&gt;
- &a.wilko; ˴դޤ.
-
- ΥץȤ 2.88 MB Υեåԡɥ饤֤󶡤Ƥ줿
- Ernst Winter &lt;ewinter@lobo.muc.de&gt; ˴դޤ.
- ޤ, ǥեåԡǥɥ饤Фľ
- ץå㡼Ǥ礦. ;-)
-
- ޤ, FreeBSDץȤػ䥵ӥ󶡤Ƥ줿͡
- ꥹȤ <ref id="donors" name="£ԥ꡼"> .
+<p>FreeBSDץȤ, ʲο͡ˤäƴĤƤޤ.
<sect><heading>FreeBSD <label id="contrib:core"></heading>
+ <p>FreeBSD , ץȤαѰѰ, FreeBSD
+ ץȤŪŪˤηԤޤ. ,
+ FreeBSDץȤ<ref id="contrib:who" name="ʬ">
+ ѤԤäƤޤ.
<p>(ǥե٥åȽ):
<itemize>
- <item>&a.asami
- <item>&a.ache
- <item>&a.dyson
- <item>&a.bde
- <item>&a.gibbs
- <item>&a.davidg
- <item>&a.jkh
- <item>&a.phk
- <item>&a.rich
- <item>&a.gpalmer
- <item>&a.sos
- <item>&a.peter
- <item>&a.wollman
- <item>&a.joerg
+ <item>&a.asami;
+ <item>&a.jmb;
+ <item>&a.ache;
+ <item>&a.dyson;
+ <item>&a.bde;
+ <item>&a.gibbs;
+ <item>&a.davidg;
+ <item>&a.jkh;
+ <item>&a.phk;
+ <item>&a.rich;
+ <item>&a.gpalmer;
+ <item>&a.jdp;
+ <item>&a.guido;
+ <item>&a.sos;
+ <item>&a.peter;
+ <item>&a.wollman;
+ <item>&a.joerg;
</itemize>
<sect><heading>FreeBSD γȯԤ<label id="contrib:committers"></heading>
<p>(CVS)commit븢äƤ, FreeBSD Υĥ꡼ˤĤ
- Ȥ򤪤ʤäƤ͡ޤ. ٤ƤΥΥФϤޤ
- ȯԤǤ⤢ޤ.
+ Ȥ򤪤ʤäƤ͡ޤ. ٤ƤΥΥФ
+ ۤȤɤ FreeBSDɥơץȤΥåդϤ
+ ȯԤǤ⤢ޤ.
<itemize>
+ <item>&a.mbarkah;
<item>&a.torstenb;
+ <item>&a.danny;
<item>&a.gclarkii;
+ <item>&a.cracauer;
<item>&a.adam;
<item>&a.dufault;
<item>&a.uhclem;
- <item>&a.julian;
+ <item>&a.tegge;
+ <item>&a.eivind;
<item>&a.sef;
+ <item>&a.julian;
<item>&a.se;
<item>&a.fenner;
<item>&a.jfieber;
<item>&a.jfitz;
- <item>&a.scrappy;
- <item>&a.jhay;
<item>&a.lars;
+ <item>&a.scrappy;
<item>&a.tg;
<item>&a.graichen;
<item>&a.rgrimes;
+ <item>&a.jmg;
+ <item>&a.jhay;
<item>&a.hsu;
<item>&a.ugen;
<item>&a.gj;
+ <item>&a.nsj;
+ <item>&a.ljo;
+ <item>&a.darrenr;
<item>&a.kato;
<item>&a.andreas;
- <item>&a.imp;
- <item>&a.ljo;
<item>&a.erich;
+ <item>&a.imp;
<item>&a.smace;
<item>&a.mckay;
<item>&a.amurai;
@@ -118,52 +87,120 @@
<item>&a.max;
<item>&a.alex;
<item>&a.davidn;
- <item>&a.obrien;
- <item>&a.wpaul;
+ <item>&a.obrien;
+ <item>&a.fsmp;
<item>&a.smpatel;
+ <item>&a.wpaul;
<item>&a.jmacd;
- <item>&a.jdp;
+ <item>&a.steve;
<item>&a.mpp;
<item>&a.dfr;
+ <item>&a.jraynard;
<item>&a.csgr;
<item>&a.martin;
<item>&a.paul;
<item>&a.roberto;
- <item>&a.jraynard;
<item>&a.chuckr;
<item>&a.dima;
<item>&a.wosch;
<item>&a.ats;
<item>&a.msmith;
+ <item>&a.brian;
<item>&a.karl;
<item>&a.pst;
- <item>&a.guido;
<item>&a.swallace;
<item>&a.nate;
+ <item>&a.yokota;
<item>&a.jmz;
- <item>&a.fsmp;
- <item>&a.steve;
+ <item>&a.hanai;
</itemize>
+ <sect><heading>FreeBSD ɥơץ<label
+ id="contrib:doc"></heading>
+
+ <p>FreeBSD ɥơץȤʣΥӥ
+ Ƥޤ. 줾Υӥ, ʲôԤȤ
+ <em>ô</em>ˤäƱѤƤޤ.
+
+ <p><descrip>
+ <tag/ɥơץô/ &a.jfieber
+ <tag/Web Ǥ/ &a.mbarkah; <p><em>Ǥ</em> &a.paul
+ <tag/ϥɥ֥å FAQ Խô/ &a.pds
+ <tag/ɥȹ۴ĶεǤ/ &a.paul; <p><em>Ǥ</em> &a.dave
+ <tag/Mirror ô/ &a.ulf; <p><em>ô</em>&a.john
+ <tag/˥塼եåԽô/ &a.nsj; <p><em>ô</em>&a.john;
+ <tag/FreeBSD ꡼Ӿѥ٥ڡô/ &a.ricardag; <p><em>ô</em>&a.cawimm
+ <tag/WEB ڡǥô/ &a.dave; <p><em>ô</em>&a.opsys
+ <tag/ǡ١ô/ &a.mayo; <p><em>ô</em>&a.cracauer
+ <tag/CGI ô/ &a.cracauer
+ <tag/̳ô/ &a.nsj
+ </descrip>
+
<sect><heading>ô<label id="contrib:who"></heading>
<p><descrip>
- <tag/Ĺ/ &a.jkh
<tag/ǹ⵻Ǥ/ &a.davidg
- <tag/(Ƽ)ʸ/ &a.mpp
+ <tag/ɥơץô/ &a.jfieber
<tag/ݲ/ &a.ache
<tag/ͥåȥ/ &a.wollman
<tag/ݥȥޥ/ &a.jmb;
- <tag// &a.jkh
<tag/꡼ǥ͡/ &a.jkh
- <tag/ƥô/ &a.pst; and &a.guido
+ <tag/ƥô/ &a.guido
<tag/CVS ĥ꡼/ &a.peter
<tag/ports 쥯ô/ &a.asami
- <tag/Web / &a.jfieber
- <tag/FAQ ô/ &a.pds
<tag/XFree86 Project, Inc. Ȥξijô/ &a.rich
+ <tag/Usenet ݡ/ &a.joerg;
</descrip>
+<chapt><heading>FreeBSDؤΥȥӥ塼<label id="contrib"></heading>
+
+ <sect><heading>BSDեȥؤΥȥӥ塼</heading>
+
+ <p>ΥեȥϺǽ William F. Jolitz 386BSD release 0.1
+ ޤ, ꥸʥ 386BSD ˸ͭΥɤϤۤȤ
+ ĤäƤޤ. ΥեȥϴŪˤϥե˥
+ С쥤 Computer Science Research Group (CSRG) ȤζƱ
+ ˤ 4.4BSD-Lite ꡼Ƽޤ.
+
+ ޤ, NetBSD ΰ FreeBSD ˼ޤƤޤ. äƻ䤿
+ NetBSD ع׸͡٤Ƥ˴դޤ.ĤΥ롼פδط
+ 㥯뤳ȤˤϤޤ, 䤿ϴŪˤ϶ƱŪ
+ äƤޤ. ʤ, ͡Υԥ塼ˤä BSD ١
+ ڥ졼ƥ󥰥ƥ! ȤȤǤ. 䤿 NetBSD
+ ϤƤۤȻפäƤޤ.
+
+ <sect><heading>ϡɥΥȥӥ塼</heading>
+
+ <p>ä Walnut Creek CDROM ˤϥͥåȥؤΥڤ¾Υϡɥ
+ ꥽δ£ϤޤǤʤ, ȯ˻Ȥ Pentium P5-90
+ 486/DX2-66 EISA/VL ƥ󶡤Ƥ줿ȤˤĤƴդƤޤ.
+ ΥݡȤʤФΥ꡼򤪤ʤȤԲǽǤä
+ 礦.
+
+ TRW Financial SysytemsҤ, PC 130,Ĥ 68 GB Υե륵
+ 12Υͥå, ǥ쥹ɤΥǥХå򤪤ʤ
+ ĤΥ롼ڤ ATM å󶡤Ƥޤ.
+ ޤ, 2, 3ͤ FreeBSD ϥåۤä, FreeBSD ǰ
+ Ƥޤ. ꤬Ȥ!
+
+ ޤ, XM3401B CDROM ɥ饤 դƤ줿 Dermot McDonnell
+ ˴դޤ. CDROM ɥ饤֤ϤäȤΩޤ.
+
+ ¸Τ˥եåԡơץȥ꡼ޤդƤ줿
+ &a.chuck; ˴դޤ.
+
+ <tt>wt</tt>ɥ饤Фɤ뤿 Wangtek Archive
+ QIC-02 ơץɥ饤֤󶡤Ƥ줿 Larry Altneu &lt;larry@ALR.COM&gt;
+ &a.wilko; ˴դޤ.
+
+ ΥץȤ 2.88 MB Υեåԡɥ饤֤󶡤Ƥ줿
+ Ernst Winter &lt;ewinter@lobo.muc.de&gt; ˴դޤ.
+ ޤ, ǥեåԡǥɥ饤Фľ
+ ץå㡼Ǥ礦. ;-)
+
+ ޤ, FreeBSDץȤػ䥵ӥ󶡤Ƥ줿͡
+ ꥹȤ <ref id="donors" name="£ԥ꡼"> .
+
<sect><heading>¾ FreeBSD ؤΥȥӥ塼<label
id="contrib:additional"></heading>
@@ -176,9 +213,10 @@
<item>Adrian T. Filipi-Martin &lt;atf3r@agate.cs.virginia.edu&gt;
<item>Akito Fujita &lt;fujita@zoo.ncl.omron.co.jp&gt;
<item>Alain Kalker &lt;A.C.P.M.Kalker@student.utwente.nl&gt;
+ <item>Alan Cox &lt;alc@cs.rice.edu&gt;
<item>Andreas Kohout &lt;shanee@rabbit.augusta.de&gt;
<item>Andreas Lohr &lt;andreas@marvin.RoBIN.de&gt;
-<item>Andrew Gordon &lt;andrew.gordon@net-tel.co.uk&gt;
+ <item>Andrew Gordon &lt;andrew.gordon@net-tel.co.uk&gt;
<item>Andrew Herbert &lt;andrew@werple.apana.org.au&gt;
<item>Andrew McRae &lt;amcrae@cisco.com&gt;
<item>Andrew Moore &lt;alm@FreeBSD.org&gt;
@@ -187,15 +225,17 @@
<item>Andrey Zakhvatov &lt;andy@cgu.chel.su&gt;
<item>Andy Whitcroft &lt;andy@sarc.city.ac.uk&gt;
<item>Anthony Yee-Hang Chan &lt;yeehang@netcom.com&gt;
+ <item>Brent J. Nordquist &lt;bjn@visi.com&gt;
<item>Bernd Rosauer &lt;br@schiele-ct.de&gt;
<item>Bill Kish &lt;kish@osf.org&gt;
<item>&a.wlloyd
<item>Bob Wilcox &lt;bob@obiwan.uucp&gt;
<item>Boyd Faulkner &lt;faulkner@mpd.tandem.com&gt;
- <item>Brent J. Nordquist &lt;nordquist@platinum.com&gt;
+ <item>Brent J. Nordquist &lt;bjn@visi.com&gt;
<item>Brian Clapper &lt;bmc@willscreek.com&gt;
- <item>Brian Tao &lt;taob@io.org&gt;
+ <item>Brian Tao &lt;taob@risc.org&gt;
<item>Charles Hannum &lt;mycroft@ai.mit.edu&gt;
+ <item>Charles Mott &lt;cmott@srv.net&gt;
<item>Chet Ramey &lt;chet@odin.INS.CWRU.Edu&gt;
<item>Chris G. Demetriou &lt;cgd@postgres.berkeley.edu&gt;
<item>Chris Stenton &lt;jacs@gnome.co.uk&gt;
@@ -205,10 +245,12 @@
<item>Christian Haury &lt;Christian.Haury@sagem.fr&gt;
<item>Christoph Robitschko &lt;chmr@edvz.tu-graz.ac.at&gt;
<item>Chuck Hein &lt;chein@cisco.com&gt;
+ <item>Conrad Sabatier &lt;conrads@neosoft.com&gt;
<item>Cornelis van der Laan &lt;nils@guru.ims.uni-stuttgart.de&gt;
<item>Craig Struble &lt;cstruble@vt.edu&gt;
<item>Cristian Ferretti &lt;cfs@riemann.mat.puc.cl&gt;
<item>Curt Mayer &lt;curt@toad.com&gt;
+ <item>Dan Cross &lt;tenser@spitfire.ecsel.psu.edu&gt;
<item>Daniel Baker &lt;dbaker@crash.ops.neosoft.com&gt;
<item>Daniel M. Eischen &lt;deischen@iworks.InterWorks.org&gt;
<item>Danny J. Zerkel &lt;dzerkel@feephi.phofarm.com&gt;
@@ -240,40 +282,51 @@
<item>Hidekazu Kuroki &lt;hidekazu@cs.titech.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Hidetoshi Shimokawa &lt;simokawa@sat.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Holger Veit &lt;Holger.Veit@gmd.de&gt;
+ <item>Hung-Chi Chu &lt;hcchu@r350.ee.ntu.edu.tw&gt;
<item>Igor Vinokurov &lt;igor@zynaps.ru&gt;
<item>Ikuo Nakagawa &lt;ikuo@isl.intec.co.jp&gt;
<item>IMAMURA Tomoaki &lt;tomoak-i@is.aist-nara.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Ishii Masahiro &lt;?&gt;
+ <item>Itsuro Saito &lt;saito@miv.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp&gt;
<item>J.T. Conklin &lt;jtc@cygnus.com&gt;
<item>James Clark &lt;jjc@jclark.com&gt;
<item>James da Silva &lt;jds@cs.umd.edu&gt; et al
<item>Janusz Kokot &lt;janek@gaja.ipan.lublin.pl&gt;
<item>Jason Thorpe &lt;thorpej@nas.nasa.gov&gt;
<item>Javier Martin Rueda &lt;jmrueda@diatel.upm.es&gt;
+ <item>Jeffrey Wheat &lt;jeff@cetlink.net&gt;
<item>Jian-Da Li &lt;jdli@csie.NCTU.edu.tw&gt;
<item>Jim Lowe &lt;james@cs.uwm.edu&gt;
<item>Jim Wilson &lt;wilson@moria.cygnus.com&gt;
<item>Johann Tonsing &lt;jtonsing@mikom.csir.co.za&gt;
+ <item>Joel Sutton &lt;suttonj@interconnect.com.au&gt;
<item>John Capo &lt;jc@irbs.com&gt;
<item>John Perry &lt;perry@vishnu.alias.net&gt;
- <item>John-Mark Gurney &lt;gurney_j@efn.org&gt;
<item>Juergen Lock &lt;nox@jelal.hb.north.de&gt;
<item>Juha Inkari &lt;inkari@cc.hut.fi&gt;
+ <item>Julian Assange &lt;proff@suburbia.net&gt;
<item>Julian Jenkins &lt;kaveman@magna.com.au&gt;
<item>Julian Stacey &lt;jhs@freebsd.org&gt;
+ <item>Jun-ichiro Itoh &lt;itojun@csl.sony.co.jp&gt;
+ <item>Justin M. Seger &lt;jseger@scds.ziplink.net&gt;
<item>Kazuhiko Kiriyama &lt;kiri@kiri.toba-cmt.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Kazutaka YOKOTA &lt;yokota@zodiac.mech.utsunomiya-u.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Keith Bostic &lt;bostic@toe.CS.Berkeley.EDU&gt;
<item>Keith Moore &lt;?&gt;
+ <item>Kenneth Monville &lt;desmo@bandwidth.org&gt;
<item>Kirk McKusick &lt;mckusick@mckusick.com&gt;
+ <item>Kiroh HARADA &lt;kiroh@kh.rim.or.jp&gt;
<item>Koichi Sato &lt;copan@ppp.fastnet.or.jp&gt;
<item>Kostya Lukin &lt;lukin@okbmei.msk.su&gt;
<item>Kurt Olsen &lt;kurto@tiny.mcs.usu.edu&gt;
<item>Lars Koeller &lt;Lars_Koeller@odie.physik2.uni-rostock.de&gt;
<item>Lucas James &lt;Lucas.James@ldjpc.apana.org.au&gt;
+ <item>Luigi Rizzo &lt;luigi@iet.unipi.it&gt;
+ <item>Makoto Matsushita &lt;matusita@ics.es.osaka-u.ac.jp&gt;
<item>Manu Iyengar &lt;iyengar@grunthos.pscwa.psca.com&gt;
<item>Marc Frajola &lt;marc@dev.com&gt;
- <item>Marc Ramirez &lt;mrami@mramirez.sy.yale.edu
+ <item>Marc Ramirez &lt;mrami@mramirez.sy.yale.edu&gt;
+ <item>Marc Slemko &lt;marcs@znep.com&gt;
<item>Marc van Kempen &lt;wmbfmk@urc.tue.nl&gt;
<item>Mark Huizer &lt;xaa@stack.nl&gt;
<item>Mark J. Taylor &lt;mtaylor@cybernet.com&gt;
@@ -281,10 +334,11 @@
&lt;tinguely@hookie.cs.ndsu.NoDak.edu&gt;
<item>Martin Birgmeier
<item>Masachika ISHIZUKA &lt;ishizuka@isis.min.ntt.jp&gt;
- <item>Mats Lofkvist &lt;mal@algonet.se&gt;
+ <item>Mats Lofkvist &lt;mal@algonet.se&gt;
<item>Matt Bartley &lt;mbartley@lear35.cytex.com&gt;
<item>Matt Thomas &lt;thomas@lkg.dec.com&gt;
<item>Matt White &lt;mwhite+@CMU.EDU&gt;
+ <item>Matthew Hunt &lt;mph@pobox.com&gt;
<item>Matthew N. Dodd &lt;winter@jurai.net&gt;
<item>Matthew Stein &lt;matt@bdd.net&gt;
<item>Michael Butschky &lt;butsch@computi.erols.com&gt;
@@ -292,6 +346,7 @@
<item>Michael Searle &lt;searle@longacre.demon.co.uk&gt;
<item>Miguel Angel Sagreras &lt;msagre@cactus.fi.uba.ar&gt;
<item>Mikael Hybsch &lt;micke@dynas.se&gt;
+ <item>Mikhail Teterin &lt;mi@aldan.ziplink.net&gt;
<item>Mike McGaughey &lt;mmcg@cs.monash.edu.au&gt;
<item>Mike Peck &lt;mike@binghamton.edu&gt;
<item>MITA Yoshio &lt;mita@jp.FreeBSD.ORG&gt;
@@ -307,7 +362,9 @@
<item>Paul Fox &lt;pgf@foxharp.boston.ma.us&gt;
<item>Paul Kranenburg &lt;pk@cs.few.eur.nl&gt;
<item>Paul Mackerras &lt;paulus@cs.anu.edu.au&gt;
+ <item>Paulo Menezes &lt;paulo@isr.uc.pt&gt;
<item>Pedro Giffuni &lt;pgiffuni@fps.biblos.unal.edu.co&gt;
+ <item>Pedro A M Vazquez &lt;vazquez@IQM.Unicamp.BR&gt;
<item>Peter Stubbs &lt;PETERS@staidan.qld.edu.au&gt;
<item>Philippe Charnier &lt;charnier@lirmm.fr&gt;
<item>R. Kym Horsell &lt;?&gt;
@@ -322,9 +379,12 @@
<item>Ronald Kuehn &lt;kuehn@rz.tu-clausthal.de&gt;
<item>Sander Vesik &lt;sander@haldjas.folklore.ee&gt;
<item>Sandro Sigala &lt;ssigala@globalnet.it&gt;
+ <item>Sascha Blank &lt;blank@fox.uni-trier.de&gt;
<item>Sascha Wildner &lt;swildner@channelz.GUN.de&gt;
<item>Scott Blachowicz &lt;scott@sabami.seaslug.org&gt;
<item>Serge V. Vakulenko &lt;vak@zebub.msk.su&gt;
+ <item>Simon Marlow &lt;simonm@dcs.gla.ac.uk&gt;
+ <item>Slaven Rezi (Tomi) &lt;eserte@cs.tu-berlin.de&gt;
<item>Soren Dayton &lt;csdayton@midway.uchicago.edu&gt;
<item>Stefan Moeding &lt;moeding@bn.DeTeMobil.de&gt;
<item>Steve Gerakines &lt;steve2@genesis.tiac.net&gt;
@@ -340,6 +400,7 @@
<item>Tim Vanderhoek &lt;ac199@freenet.hamilton.on.ca&gt;
<item>Tom Samplonius &lt;tom@misery.sdf.com&gt;
<item>Torbjorn Granlund &lt;tege@matematik.su.se&gt;
+ <item>Tor Egge &lt;tegge@itea.ntnu.no&gt;
<item>Toshihiro Kanda &lt;candy@fct.kgc.co.jp&gt;
<item>Ville Eerola &lt;ve@sci.fi&gt;
<item>Werner Griessl &lt;werner@btp1da.phy.uni-bayreuth.de&gt;
diff --git a/ja/handbook/crypt.sgml b/ja/handbook/crypt.sgml
index 3bbce5d1c0..eaa84e471c 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/crypt.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/crypt.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: crypt.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:37 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: crypt.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:31:47 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.1 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.3 -->
<sect><heading>DES, MD5, Crypt<label id="crypt"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/ctm.sgml b/ja/handbook/ctm.sgml
index 172994825d..ecf3d9e051 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/ctm.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/ctm.sgml
@@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
+<!-- $Id: ctm.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:48 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.15 -->
<!--
# This is the sgml version of the ctm.FAQ file.
#
# Converted by Ollivier Robert <roberto@FreeBSD.ORG>
#
-# $Id: ctm.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:38 asami Exp $
-# The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project
-# Original revision: 1.12
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# "THE BEER-WARE LICENSE" (Revision 42):
diff --git a/ja/handbook/current.sgml b/ja/handbook/current.sgml
index 39e8fa4484..25702ff1fb 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/current.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/current.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: current.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:38 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: current.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:50 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.16 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.19 -->
<chapt><heading>ǿFreeBSDɤ<label id="current"></heading>
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
THE FREEBSD CURRENT POLICY
-Last updated: $Date: 1996-11-15 05:14:38 $
+Last updated: $Date: 1997-03-15 23:31:50 $
This document attempts to explain the rationale behind
FreeBSD-current, what you should expect should you decide to run it,
diff --git a/ja/handbook/cvsup.sgml b/ja/handbook/cvsup.sgml
index 1b1587e02a..38d647457c 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/cvsup.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/cvsup.sgml
@@ -1,5 +1,560 @@
-<!-- $Id: cvsup.sgml,v 1.1 1996-12-20 07:28:18 max Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: cvsup.sgml,v 1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:51 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 0 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.11 -->
-<sect><heading>* CVSup<label id="cvsup"></heading>
+<sect><heading>CVSup<label id="cvsup"></heading>
+
+<p><em>: &a.jdp;</em>.
+<p><em>: &a.iwasaki;.<newline>27 February 1997.</em>
+
+<sect1><heading>CVSup ξҲ<label id="cvsup:intro"></heading>
+
+<p>CVSup , ⡼ȤΥХۥȤˤޥ CVS ݥȥ꤫
+ĥ꡼ۤ뤿ΥեȥѥåǤ. FreeBSD
+Υ, ե˥ˤ濴Ūʳȯޥ CVS ݥȥ
+ǥƥʥ󥹤Ƥޤ. CVSup Ѥ뤳Ȥ, FreeBSD 桼
+ñ˼ʬΥĥ꡼ǿξ֤ˤƤȤǤޤ.
+
+<p>CVSup "pull" ǥȤФ빹ΥǥѤƤޤ.
+pull ǥǤ, ƥ饤Ȥ˹,
+Ф˹䤤碌򤪤ʤޤ. Фϥ饤Ȥ
+׵Ȥξ֤Ԥޤ. ä, ٤Ƥι
+饤ȼƳǤʤޤ. Фޤ⤷ʤ
+褦ʤȤϤޤ. 桼 CVSup 饤ȤưǼ¹Ԥ
+򤪤ʤ, cron ֤ꤷŪ˼ư¹Ԥɬפޤ.
+
+<p>Ѹ "CVSup" Τ褦ʸɽƤΤ, եȥѥå
+Τؤޤ. ʹʪ, ƥ桼ޥǼ¹Ԥ륯饤ȤǤ
+"cvsup", FreeBSD γƥߥ顼ȤǼ¹Ԥ륵 "cvsupd" Ǥ.
+
+<p>FreeBSD ʸ᡼󥰥ꥹȤɤݤ, sup ˤĤƤθڤ
+⤷ޤ. sup CVSup ¸ߤƤΤ, Ʊͤ
+ŪǻȤƤޤ. CVSup sup Ʊ褦˻ѤƤ, º,
+sup ȸߴΤ륳ե졼եѤޤ. ,
+CVSup ®ǽ⤢Τ, Ϥ sup FreeBSD
+ץȤǤϻѤƤޤ.
+
+<sect1><heading>CVSup Υ󥹥ȡ<label id="cvsup:install"></heading>
+
+<p>FreeBSD 2.2 ʹߤѤƤ, CVSup 򥤥󥹥ȡ뤹äȤ
+ñˡ, FreeBSD <ref id="ports" name="ports 쥯">
+<url
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports-current/net/cvsup.tar.gz"
+name="port"> ޤб <url
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/packages-current/net/cvsup-14.1.1.tgz"
+name="Хʥ package"> ȤȤǤ. ɤȤ,
+CVSupʬǺꤿɤˤޤ.
+
+<p>FreeBSD-2.1.6 ѤƤ, ǰʤ FreeBSD-2.1.6 ˤ
+¸ߤʤС C 饤֥꤬ɬפȤʤ뤿 Хʥ package
+ϻѤǤޤ. , <url
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports-current/net/cvsup.tar.gz"
+name="port"> FreeBSD 2.2 ȤޤäƱ褦˴ñ˻ȤȤǤޤ.
+ñ tar եŸ, cvsup ǥ쥯ȥ cd "make install"
+ȥפǤ.
+
+<p>CVSup <url
+url="http://www.research.digital.com/SRC/modula-3/html/home.html"
+name="Modula-3"> ǽ񤫤Ƥ뤿, package port ξȤ Modula-3
+󥿥饤֥꤬󥹥ȡ뤵Ƥ뤳ȤɬפǤ.
+port <url
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports-current/lang/modula-3-lib.tar.gz"
+name="lang/modula-3-lib"> package <url
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/packages-current/lang/modula-3-lib-3.6.tgz"
+name="lang/modula-3-lib-3.6"> ˤޤ. Υ饤֥ port
+ package Ф cvsup ƱˡäƤ, CVSup
+port package 򥤥󥹥ȡ뤹ݤ, Υ饤֥⼫ưŪ
+ѥ뤽/ޤϥ󥹥ȡ뤵ޤ.
+
+<p>Modula-3 饤֥Ϥʤ礭, ž䥳ѥϤ
+ΤǤϤޤ. ͳ, Ĥ褬󶡤Ƥޤ.
+ʲΥꥫ罰ˤۥȤΤɤ餫Ǥ, FreeBSD Ѥ
+<em>ƥå󥯤줿</em> CVSup ¹ԷǽǤ:
+
+<itemize>
+ <item><url url="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
+ (饤).
+ <item><url url="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
+ ().
+</itemize>
+
+ޤ, ɥĤΥߥ顼Ȥϰʲ̤Ǥ:
+
+<itemize>
+ <item><url url="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
+ (饤).
+ <item><url url="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
+ ().
+</itemize>
+
+: ܹΥߥ顼Ȥϰʲ̤Ǥ:
+
+<itemize>
+ <item><url url="ftp://jaz.jp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD-freefall/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://jaz.jp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD-freefall/CVSup/cvsup-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
+ (饤).
+ <item><url url="ftp://jaz.jp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD-freefall/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz"
+ name="ftp://jaz.jp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD-freefall/CVSup/cvsupd-bin-14.1.1.tar.gz">
+ ().
+</itemize>
+
+<p>ۤȤɤΥ桼ϥ饤ȤΤߤɬפˤʤǤ礦.
+¹Էϴ˼ʴ뤷Ƥ, FreeBSD-2.1.0 FreeBSD-current
+ޤǤ, ɤΥСǤưޤ.
+
+<p>ޤȤ, CVSup 򥤥󥹥ȡ뤹뤿ϰʲ̤Ǥ:
+
+<itemize>
+ <item>FreeBSD-2.2ʹ: ƥåХʥ, port, package
+ <item>FreeBSD-2.1.6: ƥåХʥ, port
+ <item>FreeBSD-2.1.5 : ƥåХʥ
+</itemize>
+
+<sect1><heading>CVSup Υե졼<label id="cvsup:config"></heading>
+
+<p>CVSup ư, "supfile" ȸƤФ륳ե졼ե
+椷ޤ. FreeBSD-2.2 , supfile Υץ뤬ǥ쥯ȥ <url
+url="file:/usr/share/examples/cvsup" name="/usr/share/examples/cvsup">
+βˤޤ. 2.2 ΥƥѤƤ,
+ץ <url
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/FreeBSD-current/src/share/examples/cvsup/"
+name="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/FreeBSD-current/src/share/examples/cvsup/">
+ꤹ뤳ȤǤޤ.
+
+<p>supfile ˤϰʲ cvsup ˴ؤؤ򵭽Ҥޤ:
+
+<itemize>
+ <item><ref id="cvsup:config:files" name="ɤΥեꤿΤ?">
+ <item><ref id="cvsup:config:vers" name="ɤΥСΤΤߤΤ?">
+ <item><ref id="cvsup:config:where" name="ɤꤷΤ?">
+ <item><ref id="cvsup:config:dest" name="ʬΥޥΤɤ֤Τ?">
+ <item><ref id="cvsup:config:status" name="ɤ status ե֤Τ?">
+</itemize>
+
+<p>Υ, μ˽֤ʤŵŪ supfile
+ȤΩƤƤޤ. ǽ supfile ι¤ޤ.
+
+<p>supfile ϥƥȥեǤ. Ȥ "#" ޤǤǤ.
+ԤȥȤιԤ̵뤷ޤ.
+
+<p>ĤγƹԤˤ, 桼ꤿե뷲ˤĤƵҤޤ.
+ԤλϤ, ¦ŪʥեΥ롼פǤ
+֥쥯פ̾ΤǤ. 쥯̾Τꤷ, ߤե뷲
+Фޤ. 쥯̾θˤ, ۥ磻ȥڡǶڤ줿
+0İʾΥեɤ³ޤ. Υեɤ嵭μФ
+ˤʤޤ. եɤˤ 2ढޤ: flag եɤ value
+եɤǤ. flag եɤ "delete" "compress" Τ褦
+ñȤΥɤޤ. ޤ, value եɤ⥭ɤ
+Ϥޤޤ, ɤθˤϥۥ磻ȥڡ餺, "="
+Ĥñ줬³ޤ. 㤨, "release=cvs" value եɤǤ.
+
+<p>̾, supfile ˤϼꤿ쥯İʾꤷޤ.
+supfile ȤΩƤĤˡȤ, 쥯ˤ٤Ƥδط
+եɤŪ˻ꤹˡޤ. , Ǥ supfile
+Τ٤ƤΥ쥯ФƤۤȤɤΥեɤƱˤʤ뤿,
+ԤĹʤäƤޤؤˤʤޤ. 򤱤뤿,
+CVSup ǤϥǥեȤꤹ뤳ȤΤǤᥫ˥ब󶡤Ƥޤ.
+üʵ쥯̾ "*default" ǻϤޤԤ, supfile θ³
+쥯ФƻѤ flag եɤ value եɤ
+ǥեȤꤹ뤿ѤǤޤ. ġΥ쥯Ǹͭͤ
+ꤹ, ǥե̵ͤˤǤޤ. ޤ "*default" Ԥɲä,
+supfile 椫ǥեͤѹɲäǽˤʤޤ.
+
+<p>ޤǤͽμ, <ref id="current" name="FreeBSD-current">
+ΥᥤΥĥ꡼äƹ뤿 supfile
+ȤΩƤƤߤޤ礦.
+
+<itemize>
+<item>ɤΥեꤿΤ?<label id="cvsup:config:files">
+
+<p>sup ξƱͤ, CVSup ̤Ǥե
+֥쥯פȸƤФ̾դ줿롼פˤޤȤƤޤ.
+Ѳǽʥ쥯ˤĤƤ<ref id="cvsup:collec" name="">
+Ƥޤ. Ǥ, FreeBSD ƥΥᥤΥĥ꡼
+뤿Ҳ𤷤ޤ.
+͢еƤŹ沽ݡȤΥɰʳΤ٤Ƥޤ "src-all" Ȥ
+ñ礭ʥ쥯󤬤ޤ. Ǥϻ䤿ꥫ罰
+ʥˤΤȲꤷޤ. ξ, "cvs-crypto" ȤĤղŪ
+쥯ǰŹ沽ɤꤹ뤳ȤǤޤ. supfile
+ȤΩƤǽΥƥåפȤ, Υ쥯Ԥ˰ĤŤ
+Ҥޤ:
+
+<verb>
+ src-all
+ cvs-crypto
+</verb>
+
+<p><item>ɤΥСΤΤߤΤ?<label id="cvsup:config:vers">
+
+<p>CVSup Ѥ, Ĥ¸ߤƤȤΤ, ¾ɤΥС
+Ǥ뤳ȤǤޤ. cvsupd Ф٤ƤΥСޤ
+CVS ݥȥ˴Ťư뤳Ȥˤ, ¸Ƥޤ.
+"tag=" "date=" value եɤѤ, ߤС
+Ĥꤷޤ.
+
+<p>"tag=" եɤϥݥȥΥܥåꤷޤ.
+tag ˤ revision tag branch tag बޤ. revision tag
+Υӥؤޤ. , Ʊ֤ݤĤȤˤʤޤ.
+ branch tag , ǤγȯʬήκǿΥӥؤޤ.
+branch tag ΥӥꤷƤǤϤʤΤ, Ǥ
+ۤʤӥ򻲾Ȥ뤳Ȥˤʤ뤫⤷ޤ.
+
+<p>ʲϥ桼̣äƤȻפ branch tag Ǥ:
+
+<descrip>
+ <tag/tag=./
+ ᥤγȯʬήǤ, FreeBSD-current ȤΤƤޤ.
+ : "." ϶ǤϤޤ. tag ̾ΤǤ.
+ <tag/tag=RELENG_2_2/
+ FreeBSD-2.2 ƬγȯʬήǤ.
+ <tag/tag=RELENG_2_1_0/
+ FreeBSD-2.1.x ѤγȯʬήǤ, FreeBSD-stable ȤΤƤޤ.
+</descrip>
+
+<p>ʲϥ桼̣äƤȻפ revision tag Ǥ:
+
+<descrip>
+ <tag/tag=RELENG_2_1_6_1_RELEASE/
+ FreeBSD-2.1.6.1.
+ <tag/tag=RELENG_2_1_6_RELEASE/
+ FreeBSD-2.1.6.
+ <tag/tag=RELENG_2_1_5_RELEASE/
+ FreeBSD-2.1.5.
+ <tag/tag=RELENG_2_1_0_RELEASE/
+ FreeBSD-2.1.0.
+</descrip>
+
+<p>tag ̾򼨤̤˥פƤ뤫ʬդƤ. CVSup
+ tag ̾ɤʬ뤳ȤϤǤޤ.
+tag ְäƤ, ޤޥե뤬ޤä¸ߤʤ tag
+ꤵ줿ΤȤCVSup ưޤ. ξ, ߤ륽
+Ǥ礦.
+
+<p>branch tag ꤷݤˤ, ̾ϤγȯʬήκǿС
+եޤ. 餫ΥСꤿ,
+"date=" value եɤȤäդꤹ뤳Ȥ, ¸뤳Ȥ
+Ǥޤ. cvsup(1) Υޥ˥奢ڡ, ˡƤޤ.
+
+<p>Ȥ, FreeBSD-current ꤿȤޤ. ιԤ supfile
+λϤɲäޤ:
+
+<verb>
+ *default tag=.
+</verb>
+
+<p>"tag=" եɤ "date=" եɤꤷʤä
+ưФפüʥޤ. ΥǤ, ΥС
+եΤǤϤʤ, Ф CVS ݥȥ꤫ºݤ RCS
+եľܼޤ. Ū˳ȯԤϤνΥ⡼ɤ
+ʤ褦Ǥ. Υƥ˥ݥȥꤽΤΤΥԡݻ뤳Ȥ,
+ӥΥСΥե򸡺Ǥ褦ˤʤޤ.
+, ˤ礭ʥǥڡɬפˤʤޤ.
+
+<p><item>ɤꤷΤ?<label id="cvsup:config:where">
+
+<p>ɤꤹ뤫 cvsup 뤿 "host="
+եɤѤޤ<ref id="mirrors-cvsup" name="CVSup ߥ顼">
+ΤɤǤǤޤǴΥȤ֤٤Ǥ礦
+Ǥϡ FreeBSD ۥ "cvsup.FreeBSD.org" Ѥޤ:
+
+<verb>
+ *default host=cvsup.FreeBSD.org
+</verb>
+
+<p>ɤΤ褦 cvsup ¹ԤƤ, "-h hostname"
+Ѥƥޥɥ饤ѹ뤳ȤǤޤ.
+
+<p><item>ʬΥޥΤɤ֤Τ?<label id="cvsup:config:dest">
+
+<p>"prefix=" եɤ, cvsup ˼äեɤ֤
+ޤ. Ǥ, եľܥᥤΥĥ꡼
+"/usr/src" ֤ޤ. "src" ǥ쥯ȥϤǤ˥ե뤿
+򤷤쥯ǰۤ˻ꤷƤΤ, ͤȤʤޤ:
+
+<verb>
+ *default prefix=/usr
+</verb>
+
+<p><item>ɤ status ե֤Τ?<label id="cvsup:config:status">
+
+<p>cvsup 饤Ȥ "base" ǥ쥯ȥȸƤФ,
+status եݻƤޤ. Ǥ˼äɽ³
+뤳Ȥ, Υե CVSup Ūư뤳Ȥٱ礷
+ޤ. ɸ base ǥ쥯ȥ "/usr/local/etc/cvsup" Ѥޤ:
+
+<verb>
+ *default base=/usr/local/etc/cvsup
+</verb>
+
+<p>supfile ˻꤬ʤ, ǥեȤǻѤޤΤ,
+ºݤˤϾιԤɬפޤ.
+
+<p>base ǥ쥯ȥ꤬¸ߤʤϺƤޤ礦. base
+ǥ쥯ȥ꤬¸ߤʤ, cvsup 饤Ȥϼ¹Ԥݤޤ.
+
+<p><item>¾ supfile:
+
+<p>̾ supfile Ƥ٤Ԥ⤦Ĥޤ:
+
+<verb>
+ *default release=cvs delete use-rel-suffix compress
+</verb>
+
+<p>"release=cvs" , Фᥤ FreeBSD CVS ݥȥ꤫
+ξ褦˻ؼޤ. ۤȤɤξϤΤ褦ˤƤޤ,
+ǤƤ򤳤褦ʾǤ¾λ򤹤뤳ȤǽǤ.
+
+<p>"delete" CVSup ˥ե뤳ȤĤޤ. CVSup
+ĥ꡼˺ǿξ֤ݤƤ褦ˤ뤿ˤ, Ͼ
+ꤷƤ٤Ǥ礦. CVSup , ǤϰϤΥե
+Ť˺ޤ. ޤ¸ߤ¾;ʬʥեˤĤƤ,
+ޤäĤ˻ĤƤޤ.
+
+<p>"use-rel-suffix" ... ŪʤΤǤ. ˤĤ
+Τꤿͤ, cvsup(1) Υޥ˥奢ڡ. Ǥʤ,
+ͤ˻ꤷƤߤƤ.
+
+<p>"compress" ̿ͥ gzip ΰ̤λѤͭˤޤ.
+ѤΥͥåȥ³ T1 speed ʾǤ, ΰ̤
+Ѥʤ褤⤷ޤ. ǤʤϽʬΩޤ.
+
+<p><item>supfile ΤޤȤ:
+
+<p>ʲ supfile ΤǤ:
+
+<verb>
+ *default tag=.
+ *default host=cvsup.FreeBSD.org
+ *default prefix=/usr
+ *default base=/usr/local/etc/cvsup
+ *default release=cvs delete use-rel-suffix compress
+ src-all
+ cvs-crypto
+</verb>
+</itemize>
+
+<sect1><heading>CVSup μ¹</heading>
+
+<p>, νǤޤ. ¹Ԥ륳ޥɥ饤
+¤˴ñǤ:
+
+<verb>
+ cvsup supfile
+</verb>
+
+<p>, Ǥ "supfile" ϺФ supfile
+Υե̾Ǥ. X11 ĶǼ¹ԤΤȲꤷ, cvsup
+̾ɬפʥܥ GUI ɥɽޤ.
+"go" ܥ򲡤, ¹Ԥƻ뤷Ƥ.
+
+<p>Ǥϼºݤ "/usr/src" ĥ꡼򹹿ƤΤ, cvsup
+˥ե򹹿ΤɬפʥѡߥåͿ뤿, 桼 root
+Ǽ¹Ԥɬפޤ. ե졼եäФ,
+ˤΥץ¹ԤȤʤΤ, мˤʤΤ
+̵ʤäȻפޤ. ڤʥե˿餺˻˼¹Ԥñ
+ˡޤ. ɤŬʾ˶Υǥ쥯ȥ,
+ޥɥ饤ΰǻꤹǤ:
+
+<verb>
+ mkdir /var/tmp/dest
+ cvsup supfile /var/tmp/dest
+</verb>
+
+<p>ꤷǥ쥯ȥ, ٤Ƥιե
+ǥ쥯ȥȤƻѤޤ. CVSup "/usr/src" β
+ե򸡺ޤ, ѹϤޤäʤޤ.
+ "/var/tmp/dest/usr/src" ˹줿٤ƤΥե뤬
+֤褦ˤʤޤ. ˡǼ¹Ԥ, CVSup base
+ǥ쥯ȥ status ե򹹿ˤΤޤޤˤޤ.
+ΥեοСϻꤵ줿ǥ쥯ȥ
+˽񤭹ޤޤ. "/usr/src" ɤ߼Ĥ¤, Τ褦
+¹ԤΤ˥桼 root ˤʤɬפϤޤ.
+
+<p>X11 ѤƤʤȤñ GUI ʤ, cvsup
+ư˥ޥɥ饤Ĥۤɥץɲäɬפޤ:
+
+<verb>
+ cvsup -g -L 2 supfile
+</verb>
+
+<p>"-g" ץ cvsup GUI Ѥʤ褦ޤ. X11
+ѤƤʤˤϼưŪ˻ꤵޤ, Ǥʤ
+Ū˻ꤷޤ.
+
+<p>"-L 2" ץ cvsup ˥ե빹ξܺپץȥ
+褦ޤ. Ĺˤ "-L 0" "-L 2" ޤǤλĤΥ٥
+ޤ. ǥեȤ 0 Ǥ, 顼åʳϤޤä
+ޤ.
+
+<p>¾Υץѿޤ. δñʰ
+"cvsup -H" ɽޤ. ܤϥޥ˥奢ڡ.
+
+<p>ưƤ빹ˡ­, cron(8) Ȥä cvsup Ū
+¹Ԥ򤹤뤳ȤǤޤ. cron 鵯ưݤˤ, Ū
+cvsup GUI Ȥʤ褦ˤɬפޤ.
+
+<sect1><heading>CVSup ե륳쥯<label id="cvsup:collec"></heading>
+
+<p>CVSup ͳǤե륳쥯ϳŪȿƤޤ.
+Ĥ礭ʥ쥯󤬤, Ͼʥ֥쥯
+ʬ䤵Ƥޤ. 礭ʥ쥯, Υ֥쥯
+뤳ȤƱȤˤʤޤ. ΰǤϥ쥯֤γشط
+ɽޤ.
+
+<p> ǤŪ˻Ѥ륳쥯 <tt/src-all/, <tt/cvs-crypto/,
+ <tt/ports-all/ Ǥ. ¾Υ쥯̤ŪĿã
+ѤƤ, ߥ顼ȤϤΤ٤ƤäƤʤ⤷ޤ.
+
+<descrip>
+<tag><tt>cvs-all release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ᥤ FreeBSD CVS ݥȥǤ, ͢е줿Ź沽ɤϴޤޤƤޤ.
+ <p>
+ <descrip>
+ <tag><tt>distrib release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ FreeBSD ۤȥߥ顼˴ϢեǤ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-all release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ FreeBSD ports 쥯Ǥ.
+ <p>
+ <descrip>
+ <tag><tt>ports-archivers release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ӥ󥰤Υġ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-astro release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ŷʸشϢ ports.
+ <tag><tt>ports-audio release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ɥݡ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-base release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ <tt>/usr/ports</tt> Υȥåפˤ뤽¾Υե.
+ <tag><tt>ports-benchmarks release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ٥ޡץ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-cad release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ CAD ġ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-chinese release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ 쥵ݡ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-comms release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ̿եȥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-databases release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ǡ١.
+ <tag><tt>ports-devel release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ȯ桼ƥƥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-editors release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ǥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-emulators release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ¾ OS Υߥ졼.
+ <tag><tt>ports-games release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ .
+ <tag><tt>ports-graphics release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ եå桼ƥƥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-japanese release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ܸ쥵ݡ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-korean release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ڹ쥵ݡ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-lang release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ץߥ󥰸.
+ <tag><tt>ports-mail release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ᡼륽եȥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-math release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ͷ׻եȥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-mbone release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ MBone ץꥱ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-misc release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ʥ桼ƥƥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-net release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ͥåȥ󥰥եȥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-news release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ USENET ˥塼Υեȥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-plan9 release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Plan9 οʥץ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-print release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ եȥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-russian release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ 쥵ݡ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-security release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ƥ桼ƥƥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-shells release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ޥɥ饤󥷥.
+ <tag><tt>ports-sysutils release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ƥ桼ƥƥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-vietnamese release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ٥ȥʥ쥵ݡ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-www release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ World Wide Web ϢΥեȥ.
+ <tag><tt>ports-x11 release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ X11 Υեȥ.
+ </descrip>
+ <tag><tt>src-all release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ᥤ FreeBSD Ǥ, ͢е줿Ź沽ɤϴޤޤƤޤ.
+ <p>
+ <descrip>
+ <tag><tt>src-base release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ <tt>/usr/src</tt> Υȥåפˤ뤽¾Υե.
+ <tag><tt>src-bin release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ 󥰥桼⡼ɤɬפʥ桼桼ƥƥ
+ (<tt>/usr/src/bin</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-contrib release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ FreeBSD ץȳΥ桼ƥƥӥ饤֥,
+ Ū̵ (<tt>/usr/src/contrib</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-etc release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ƥॳե졼ե (<tt>/usr/src/etc</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-games release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ (<tt>/usr/src/games</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-gnu release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ GNU Public License ˤ桼ƥƥ (<tt>/usr/src/gnu</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-include release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ إåե (<tt>/usr/src/include</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-lib release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ 饤֥ (<tt>/usr/src/lib</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-libexec release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ƥץǤ, ̾¾Υץफ¹Ԥ
+ (<tt>/usr/src/libexec</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-release release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ FreeBSD release ۤ뤿ɬפʥե (<tt>/usr/src/release</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-sbin release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ 󥰥桼⡼ѤΥƥ桼ƥƥ(<tt>/usr/src/sbin</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-share release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ¿ͤʥƥ֤Ƕͭǽʥե (<tt>/usr/src/share</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-sys release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ͥ (<tt>/usr/src/sys</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-tools release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ FreeBSD ݼѤοʥġ (<tt>/usr/src/tools</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-usrbin release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ 桼桼ƥƥ (<tt>/usr/src/usr.bin</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-usrsbin release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ ƥ桼ƥƥ (<tt>/usr/src/usr.sbin</tt>).
+ </descrip>
+ <tag><tt>www release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ World Wide Web ΥǡѤΥǤ.
+ </descrip>
+<tag><tt>cvs-crypto release=cvs</tt></tag>
+͢е줿Ź沽ɤǤ.
+<p>
+ <descrip>
+ <tag><tt>src-eBones release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ Kerberos DES (<tt>/usr/src/eBones</tt>).
+ <tag><tt>src-secure release=cvs</tt></tag>
+ DES (<tt>/usr/src/secure</tt>).
+ </descrip>
+<tag><tt>distrib release=self</tt></tag>
+CVSup мȤΥե졼եǤ. CVSup ߥ顼ȤѤޤ.
+<tag><tt>gnats release=current</tt></tag>
+GNATS Хȥå󥰥ǡ١Ǥ.
+<tag><tt>src-sys release=lite2</tt></tag>
+lite2 kernel ΥޡѤ CVS ݥȥǤ.
+<tag><tt>src-sys release=smp</tt></tag>
+SMP ץѤ CVS ݥȥǤ.
+<tag><tt>www release=current</tt></tag>
+󥹥ȡ뤵줿 World Wide Web ΥǡǤ. WWW ߥ顼ȤѤޤ.
+</descrip>
+
+<sect1><heading>CVSup Υʥ, 䤪ӥХ</heading>
+
+<p>CVSup ΤۤȤɤ FreeBSD Ϣε &a.hackers;
+ʤƤޤ. եȥοС &a.announce;
+ʥ󥹤ޤ.
+
+<p>ȥХϥץκ, <url
+url="mailto:cvsup-bugs@polstra.com" name="cvsup-bugs@polstra.com">
+äƤ.
diff --git a/ja/handbook/cyclades.sgml b/ja/handbook/cyclades.sgml
index 7178f8ea10..5e003375eb 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/cyclades.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/cyclades.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: cyclades.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:43 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: cyclades.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:53 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.1 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.3 -->
<!--
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN" [
diff --git a/ja/handbook/development.sgml b/ja/handbook/development.sgml
index bd3979dd5c..364a63522c 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/development.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/development.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: development.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:38 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: development.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:31:54 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.8 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.11 -->
<sect><heading>FreeBSDγȯǥ<label id="development"></heading>
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ name="ftp.freebsd.org">Ȥäƥѥå䳫ȯΥƤ
url="http://www.cyclic.com/cyclic-pages/CVS-sheet.html" name="CVS">
(Concurrent Version System)ˤäƥƥʥ󥹤Ƥޤ. CVSϥ
ɴѤΥե꡼եȥ, FreeBSDΥ꡼ˤޤޤƤ
-ޤ. FreeBSD<htmlurl url="http://www.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb"
+ޤ. FreeBSD<htmlurl url="http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb"
name="ᥤCVSݥȥ">ƹ񥫥ե˥Υ󥳥ɻԤ¸
, ΤΥߥ顼Ȥ˥ԡƤޤ. CVS
꡼Τ, ƤΥåȤ줿СǤ<ref
diff --git a/ja/handbook/dialout.sgml b/ja/handbook/dialout.sgml
index 9248801288..a78e806e99 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/dialout.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/dialout.sgml
@@ -1,5 +1,264 @@
-<!-- $Id: dialout.sgml,v 1.1 1996-12-02 07:23:46 max Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: dialout.sgml,v 1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:56 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 0 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.5 -->
-<sect><heading>* Dialout service<label id="dialout"></heading>
+<!-- This is an SGML document in the Linuxdoc DTD of the Tutorial for
+ Configuring a FreeBSD for Dialout Services.
+
+<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
+
+<linuxdoc>
+ <article>
+ <title>Dialout
+ <author>FAQ
+ <date>24 NOV 1996, (c) 1996
+
+ <abstract>ξϤ FreeBSD ³Ƥǥफ륢Ȥ뤿
+ ŪʾˤĤƤޤ. ξϾ PPP ³򤪤ʤ
+ ΥƥåפȤʤޤ.
+ </abstract>
+
+ <toc>
+-->
+
+<sect><heading>륢ȥӥ<label id="dialout"></heading>
+
+<p><em>: FAQ ξ</em>
+<p><em>: ݻ <url url="mailto:tmaruya@nnc.or.jp"
+name="<tmaruya@nnc.or.jp>">.
+<newline>31 December 1996.</em>
+
+ʲϥǥѤ¾Υԥ塼³ˡƤޤ.
+ϥ⡼ȥۥȤȥߥʥ³Ω뤿ŬڤˡǤ.
+<p> BBS ³Ȥˤ褯Ȥޤ.
+<p>μ³ PPP ³꤬, Internet ˤե
+žΤΩޤ. FTP Dz餫ΥեžΤ
+PPP ³ΩǤʤ, ե FTP ž뤿˥ߥʥ륻å
+Ѥޤ. ZMODEM Ѥƥեžޤ.
+<sect1>
+ <heading><tt/tip/ <tt/cu/ ¹ԤǤʤϤʤ?</heading>
+ <p>
+ ʤΥƥ <tt/tip/ <tt/cu/ Ȥץ
+ <tt/uucp/ <tt/dialer/ Ȥ롼פ˽°Ƥ桼Τߤ
+ ¹ԤǤ褦ˤʤäƤΤǤ礦. ⡼ȥۥȤǥ
+ ѤǤ <tt/dialer/ Υ롼פˤʤΥȤ
+ äޤ礦.
+
+ ⤷ϲΥޥɤȤȤˤä, Υƥ
+ <tt/tip/ <tt/cu/ ïǤȤ褦ˤʤޤ:
+ <verb>
+ chmod 4511 /usr/bin/tip
+ </verb>
+ Υޥɤ <tt/cu/ ФƤʤɬפϤޤ,
+ <tt/cu/ <tt/tip/ Фϡɥ󥯤Ǥ.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading> Hayes ǥϥݡȤƤޤ, ɤ褦?
+ </heading>
+ <p>
+ º, <tt/tip/ ޥ˥奢ڡϸŤʤäƤޤ. Hayes
+ 餬Ȥ߹ޤƤޤ. <tt>/etc/remote</tt> ե
+ ``<tt/at=hayes/'' ȤäƤ.
+
+ Hayes ɥ饤Ф, ǶΥǥοǽǤ
+ <tt/BUSY/, <tt/NO DIALTONE/, <tt/CONNECT 115200/ʤɤΥå
+ ǧǤۤɸϤʤ, ñ˺򵯤Ǥ.
+ <tt/tip/Ȥˤ, (<tt/ATX0&amp;W/ Ȥʤɤ)
+ åɽʤ褦ˤʤƤϤޤ.
+
+ ޤ, <tt/tip/ ΥΥॢȤ 60äǤ. ǥ
+ ॢϤû٤Ǥ, ʤ
+ <tt/tip/ ꤬̿ȽǤǤ礦. <tt/ATS7=45&amp;W/
+ ¹ԤƤ.
+
+ º, ǥեȤ <tt/tip/ Hayes δʥݡȤ
+ Ƥ櫓ǤϤޤ. ˡ
+ <tt>/usr/src/usr.bin/tip/tip</tt> β <tt/tipconf.h/
+ ѹ뤳ȤǤ. 󤳤ˤϥۥե뤬ɬפǤ.
+
+ ``<tt/#define HAYES 0/'' ȵҤƤԤ ``<tt/#define HAYES 1/''
+ ѹ, ``<tt/make/'', ``<tt/make install/'' ¹Ԥޤ.
+ ǤޤưǤ礦.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading> AT ޥɤϤˤ?<label id="direct-at">
+ </heading>
+ <p>
+ <tt>/etc/remote</tt> ե ``<tt/direct/'' ȥޤ.
+ ȤХǥब 1ܤΥꥢݡȤǤ <tt>/dev/cuaa0</tt>
+ ³Ƥ, Τ褦ˤޤ:
+ <verb>
+ cuaa0:dv=/dev/cuaa0:br#19200:pa=none
+ </verb>
+ ǥबݡȤ bps 졼Ȥ br եɤ˻Ȥޤ.
+ ``<tt/tip cuaa0/'' ¹Ԥ, ǥबѤǤ褦ˤʤޤ.
+
+ <tt>/dev/cuaa0</tt>ƥ¸ߤʤ, Τ褦ˤޤ:
+ <verb>
+ cd /dev
+ ./MAKEDEV cuaa0
+ </verb>
+ <p>
+ ޤ root ˤʤäưʲΤ褦 cu ޥɤ¹Ԥޤ:
+ <verb>
+ cu -l ``line'' -s ``speed''
+ </verb>
+ line ˤϥꥢݡȤꤷޤ (㤨 <tt>/dev/cuaa0</tt>).
+ speed ˤ³®٤ꤷޤ (㤨 <tt>57600</tt>).
+ θ AT ޥɤ¹Ԥ, <tt>~.</tt> Ϥнλޤ.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading>pn ǽ <tt/@/ 椬Ȥޤ!</heading>
+ <p>
+ ֹ (pn) ǽǤ <tt/@/ , tip
+ <tt>/etc/phone</tt> ˤֹ򻲾Ȥ褦ޤ.
+ <tt/@/ ʸ <tt>/etc/remote</tt> Τ褦
+ եǤüʸȤʤޤ.
+ ХååȤäƥפ򤪤ʤޤ:
+ <verb>
+ pn=\@
+ </verb>
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading>ޥɥ饤󤫤ֹꤹˤ?</heading>
+ <p>
+ ``<tt/generic/'' ȥȸƤФΤ <tt>/etc/remote</tt>
+ ɲäޤ. 㤨мΤ褦ˤޤ:
+ <verb>
+ tip115200|Dial any phone number at 115200 bps:\
+ :dv=/dev/cuaa0:br#115200:at=hayes:pa=none:du:
+ tip57600|Dial any phone number at 57600bps:\
+ :dv=/dev/cuaa0:br#57600:at=hayes:pa=none:du:
+ </verb>
+
+ ``<tt/tip -115200 5551234/'' Τ褦ѤǤޤ.
+ <tt/tip/ <tt/cu/ Ȥ,
+ <tt/cu/ generic ȥȤޤ:
+ <verb>
+ cu115200|Use cu to dial any number at 115200bps:\
+ :dv=/dev/cuaa1:br#57600:at=hayes:pa=none:du:
+ </verb>
+ ``<tt/cu 5551234 -s 115200/'' ȼ¹Ԥޤ.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading> bps 졼ȤϤʤФޤ?</heading>
+ <p>
+ <tt/tip1200/ <tt/cu1200/ ѤΥȥ򵭽Ҥ,
+ Ŭڤ̿®٤ br եɤꤷޤ.
+ <tt/tip/ 1200 bps ǥեͤǤȤߤʤΤ,
+ ``<tt/tip1200/'' ȥ򻲾Ȥޤ. 1200 bps
+ ȤʤФʤʤ櫓ǤϤޤ.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading>ߥʥ륵ФͳʣΥۥȤإǤ.
+ </heading>
+ <p>
+ ³ΤԤä ``<tt/CONNECT &lt;host&gt;/'' Ϥ
+ , tip <tt/cm/ ǽȤޤ.
+ 㤨, <tt>/etc/remote</tt> ˼Τ褦ʥȥɲäޤ:
+ <verb>
+ pain|pain.deep13.com|Forrester's machine:\
+ :cm=CONNECT pain\n:tc=deep13:
+ muffin|muffin.deep13.com|Frank's machine:\
+ :cm=CONNECT muffin\n:tc=deep13:
+ deep13:Gizmonics Institute terminal server:\
+ :dv=/dev/cua02:br#38400:at=hayes:du:pa=none:pn=5551234:
+ </verb>
+
+ , ``<tt/tip pain/'' ``<tt/tip muffin/'' ȼ¹Ԥ
+ pain muffin ΥۥȤ³뤳ȤǤ,
+ <tt/tip deep13/ ¹Ԥȥߥʥ륵Ф³ޤ.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading>tip ȤäƤ줾ΥȤʣβ³Ǥޤ?
+ </heading>
+ <p>
+ ؤòĤäƿͤγ³褦Ȥ
+ ˤ褯Ǥ.
+ <p>
+ ʤؤΥȥ <tt>/etc/remote</tt> ե˺,
+ <tt/pn/ Υեɤˤ <tt>@</tt> Ȥޤ:
+ <verb>
+ big-university:\
+ :pn=\@:tc=dialout
+ dialout:\
+ :dv=/dev/cuaa3:br#9600:at=courier:du:pa=none:
+ </verb>
+
+ <tt>/etc/phone</tt> եؤֹΰ񤭤ޤ:
+ <verb>
+ big-university 5551111
+ big-university 5551112
+ big-university 5551113
+ big-university 5551114
+ </verb>
+
+ <tt/tip/ ϰϢֹߤ, ǽŪ³ǤʤФޤ.
+ ȥ饤³, <tt/tip/ while 롼פ
+ ¹Ԥޤ.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading>CTRL+P 1뤿 2ٲɬפΤϤʤ?
+ </heading>
+ <p>
+ CTRL+P ̾ ``force ()'' ʸǤ, <tt/tip/ ˼ʸ
+ ƥǡǤ뤳Ȥޤ. force ʸϡѿ
+ ̣ <tt/~s/ פˤä¾ʸˤ뤳ȤǤޤ.
+
+ ``<tt/~sforce=&lt;single-char&gt;/'' ϤƲԤޤ.
+ <tt/&lt;single-char&gt;/ , Ǥդ 1ХʸǤ.
+ <tt/&lt;single-char&gt;/ ά NUL ʸˤʤ,
+ CTRL+2 CTRL+SPACE 򲡤ƤϤǤޤ.
+ ĤΥߥʥ륵ФǻȤƤΤ
+ Ǥ, <tt/&lt;single-char&gt;/ SHIFT+CTRL+6
+ ˳ƤΤ褤Ǥ礦.
+
+ <tt>&dollar;HOME/.tiprc</tt> ˼Τ褦뤳Ȥ,
+ Ǥդʸ force ʸȤѤǤޤ:
+ <verb>
+ force=<single-char>
+ </verb>
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading>Ǥʸ٤ʸˤʤޤ??</heading>
+ <p>
+ CTRL+A 򲡤Ƥޤcaps-lock ƤΤ߷פ줿
+ tip ``raise character'' ⡼ɤäΤǤ礦.
+ ˽Ҥ٤褦 <tt/~s/ Ȥä, ``raisechar'' Ŭڤͤ
+ ѹƤ. ⤷ξεǽѤʤΤǤ,
+ force ʸƱˤ뤳ȤǤޤ.
+
+ ʲ CTRL+2 CTRL+A ʤɤˤ˻ȤɬפΤ Emacs
+ 桼ˤäƤĤ. tiprc եΥץǤ:
+ <verb>
+ force=^^
+ raisechar=^^
+ </verb>
+ ^^ SHIFT+CTRL+6 Ǥ.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading><tt/tip/ ǥեžˤ?</heading>
+ <p>
+ ⤷¾ UNIX Υƥ³Ƥʤ, <tt/~p/(put)
+ <tt/~t/(take) ǥեǤޤ. Υޥɤ
+ Υƥξ ``<tt/cat/'' ``<tt/echo/'' ¹Ԥ뤳Ȥ
+ 򤷤ޤ. 񼰤ϰʲΤ褦ˤʤޤ:
+ <verb>
+ ~p <Υե̾> [<⡼ȤΥե̾>]
+ ~t <⡼ȤΥե̾> [<Υե̾>]
+ </verb>
+
+ ˡǤϥ顼å򤪤ʤޤΤ, zmodem
+ ʤɤ¾ΥץȥȤä褤Ǥ礦.
+
+ <sect1>
+ <heading><tt/tip/ zmodem ¹Ԥˤ?</heading>
+ <p>
+ եˤ, ⡼¦ץưޤ.
+ ``<tt/~C rz/'' Ϥ, ¦ؤΥեμ
+ Ϥޤޤ.
+
+ եˤ, ⡼¦Ǽץưޤ.
+ ``<tt/~C sz &lt;files&gt;/'' Ϥ, ⡼¦ؤ
+ եϤޤޤ.
+</sect>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/dialup.sgml b/ja/handbook/dialup.sgml
index 917782d57f..9c2c9e3020 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/dialup.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/dialup.sgml
@@ -1,9 +1,8 @@
+<!-- $Id: dialup.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:31:57 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.17 -->
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD of the Tutorial for
Configuring a FreeBSD for Dialup Services by Guy Helmer.
- $Id: dialup.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:39 jkh Exp $
- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project
- Original revision: 1.14
-
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//Linux//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
diff --git a/ja/handbook/diskless.sgml b/ja/handbook/diskless.sgml
index 8e646139cb..716767e9b9 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/diskless.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/diskless.sgml
@@ -1,11 +1,12 @@
-<!-- $Id: diskless.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:39 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: diskless.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:59 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.7 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.9 -->
<!-- ܸ Y.Suzuki(yasu@hike.te.chiba-u.ac.jp)-->
<sect><heading>Diskless operation<label id="diskless"></heading>
-<p><em>Contributed by &a.martin;.</em>
+<p><em>: &a.martin;</em>
+<p><em>: &a.yasu;</em>
<tt>netboot.com/netboot.rom</tt>ˤäơ
ǥΤʤ饤Ȥ
diff --git a/ja/handbook/dma.sgml b/ja/handbook/dma.sgml
index c0b8c6d65e..fb24e6683c 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/dma.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/dma.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: dma.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:39 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: dma.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:02 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.4 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.7 -->
<!-- ܸ ڹ (yasu@hike.te.chiba-u.ac.jp) -->
<!--
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN" [
@@ -12,10 +12,11 @@
-->
<sect><heading>DMAȤϤɤäΤǤɤƯ򤹤Τ <label id="dma"></heading>
-<p><em>Copyright &copy; 1995 &a.uhclem;, All Rights Reserved.<newline>
-18 October 1995.</em>
+<p><em>: &a.uhclem;<newline>
+<newline>: &a.yasu;<newline>
+10 December 1996.</em>
-<!-- Version 1(2) -->
+<!-- Version 1(3) -->
Direct Memory Access (DMA), 黻 (CPU)δĤʤ
ǡ׻Ǥ꤫̤ξưμˡǤ.
@@ -26,14 +27,17 @@
PC DMA֥ƥ, Intel 8237 DMAȥ١ˤ
ޤ. 8237Ϥ줾Ω˥ץǤ4ĤDMAͥ,
- ɤΥͥ⤤ĤǤ⥢ƥ֤ˤǤޤ.
+ 줾ɤΥͥ⤤ĤǤ⥢ƥ֤ˤǤޤ.
ΥͥϽ 0, 1, 2, 3ȤʤäƤޤ.
PC/AT, 8237 åפɲä, 4, 5, 6, 7
ʤäƤޤ.
ꥸʥ DMAȥ(0, 1, 2, 3), 1ž1Х
- žޤ. DMAȥ(4, 5, 6, 7)1 16ӥåž
- ޤ. 2ĤΥȥƱΤǤ, ž̤ۤʤΤ
+ žޤ.
+ DMAȥ(4, 5, 6, 7)1 ܤ2ĤΥϤ
+ 16ӥåžޤ.
+ , ǽΥХȤ̾Υɥ쥹ˤʤޤ.
+ 2ĤΥȥƱΤǤ, ž̤ۤʤΤ
ɥȥ餬ƥľ뤷Ƥ뤿Ǥ.
8237 ϸġΥͥˤĤ, DRQ-DACKȤ2Ĥŵ
@@ -185,9 +189,9 @@
ڡ쥸ΥåDMAåפȤΩǤΤ,
ɤ߹ޤϽ񤭹ޤΰ, 64kʪŪ
ޤǤϤʤޤ.
- ⤷DMAC0xffffϤ򥢥, DMACϥɥ쥹쥸
- 󥯥Ȥޤ. ˥ХȤ 0x0000Ϥ
- ʤǤ礦. 0x10000ǤϤޤ.
+ DMAC0xffffϤ򥢥, ǡž,
+ DMACϥɥ쥹쥸򥤥󥯥Ȥ, 0x0000Ϥˤ뼡ΥХȤ
+ ޤ. 0x10000ϤǤϤޤ.
Ϥ餯տޤ줿ΤȤϰۤʤäƤǤ礦.
<quote><em>:</em> ʪŪʡ 64Kζ 8086⡼ɤ
@@ -199,14 +203,14 @@
8ӥåȤݻޤ. ä8+1624ӥåȤˤʤ,
DMA016ᥬδ֤ΥϤؤʤȤ
̣ޤ. 16ᥬʾΥä꿷ޥˤƤ,
- PCѥ֥DMAǤ16ᥬʾϤˤϥǤޤ.
+ PCѥ֥DMAǤ16ᥬʾΥϤˤϥǤޤ.
¤򤱤뤿, ڥ졼ƥ󥰥ƥ
16ᥬʲˤʪŪ64kζޤʤΰ˥Хåե
- ͽ󤷤ޤ. , DMACϥǡ򤽤ΥХåեɤ߽Ф褦
- ץवޤ. öDMACΥХåե˥ǡư,
- ڥ졼ƥ󥰥ƥ˥ǡǼɥ쥹
- Хåեǡ򥳥ԡޤ.
+ ͽ󤷤ޤ. , DMACϥǡյ狼餽ΥХåե
+ ž褦˥ץवޤ. öDMACΥХåե
+ ǡư, ڥ졼ƥ󥰥ƥ˥ǡ
+ Ǽɥ쥹˥Хåեǡ򥳥ԡޤ.
16ᥬۤ륢ɥ쥹DMA١μյ˥ǡ
񤭹ݤˤ, ǡ16ᥬʲ˰֤Хåեǽ
@@ -238,35 +242,36 @@
<tag>֥å/ǥޥž⡼</tag>
öDMACƥХ, 64kޤǤΥǡ֥å
Τžޤ.
- ⤷֤;ʬ˻֤ɬפȤȤ, READYͭ
- ޤ.
+ ⤷֤;ʬ˻֤ɬפȤȤ,
+ žǤ뤿READYͭˤޤ.
READYϲ٤˻Ȥ٤ǤϤʤ, ٤֤žξ
󥰥ž⡼ɤ˻Ȥ٤Ǥ.
֥åž⡼ɤȥǥޥž⡼ɤΰ㤤, ö֥åž
Ϥޤ,ž󥿤0ˤʤޤǤ줬ԤȤǤ.
1ХžˤDRQ -DACK ͭˤʤޤǤδ֤
- ͭǤнʬǤ.
- ǥޥɥ⡼ɤDRQͭʴ֤ž³ޤ. DRQ̵
- ʤäȤǤ줿ž, DRQθ
- ͭˤʤäȤ, žǤȤƳޤ.
+ ͭǤнʬǤ.
+ ǥޥɥ⡼ɤDRQͭʴ֤ž³ޤ.
+ DMACžߤϥХCPU֤ޤ.
+ θ塢DRQͭˤʤ, žǤȤƳޤ.
- CPUȤäƥǡɤ߽ФΨ褯ʤ뤯餤
- CPU®٤夹
+ ǡž, äž˻ȤϤ16Mۤ,
+ CPUȤäΨ褯ʤޤCPU®٤夹
Ťϡɥǥȥϥǥޥɥ⡼ɤȤäƤޤ.
<tag>ž⡼</tag>
Υᥫ˥DMAͥ뤬Х׵᤹뤳ȤĤ
ΤǤ, ³줿ǥХϥХΥɥ쥹֤
- ĤǤޤ. Ϥ֥ХޥפȤΤǤ.
+ ĤDMACäǤޤ.
+ Ϥ֥ХޥפȤΤǤ.
ɥ⡼ɤDMAͥ뤬ХΥȥ,
DMA̾Ԥ褦ʥХΥɥ쥹I/Oȥ뿮
ϤԤޤ. , DMAϤΥͥ -DACK
ͭˤޤ.
- , ɥ쥹ȥХȥ뿮ζ
+ λ, ɥ쥹ȥХȥ뿮ζ
DMAͥ³줿ǥХôޤ.
յϥƥХδʥȥԤ,
16ᥬʲǤդΥɥ쥹ɤ߹ߤӽ񤭹ߤԤȤ
@@ -280,12 +285,14 @@
ϼºݤˤϥץ饤ޥDMAȥDRQ4³Ƥޤ.
ץ饤ޥDMAȥϤθ HLDREQ ȤäCPU˥Х
׵ᤷޤ. ХͿ, -DACK4ͭˤʤ,
- ϼºݤˤϥ졼DMAȥ HLDA³Ƥޤ.
+ ϼºݤˤϥ졼DMAȥ HLDA
+ ³Ƥޤ.
졼DMAȥϤθ׵ᤷDMAͥФ
- ǡž뤫, Хޥ󥰤׵᤹յ˥Х
- Ĥޤ.
+ ǡž뤫, SCSIȥΤ褦
+ Хޥ󥰤׵᤹յ˥ХĤޤ.
- Τ褦ʤƤ뤿, PC/ATƥǤDMAͥ
+ Τ褦ʤƤ뤿, PC/ATƥǤ
+ DMAͥ
0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7ΤߤѤǤޤ.
<quote><em>:</em>
@@ -297,29 +304,45 @@
յ郎Хޥ󥰤ԤäƤ,
ƥХݻƤ䤨ˤ⤷ϥ꤫
ǡž뤳ȤפǤ.⤷, յ郎Τ褦
- ǤʤȤ, ƥबΥեåԤʤ褦
- ФХХʤƤϤʤޤ.
-
+ ǤʤȤ, ƥबᥤΥեå
+ Ԥʤ褦ˤФХХʤƤϤʤޤ.
+
+ ƤPCǥᥤȤƻȤʥߥåRAM,
+ ȤƤץӥåȤݻ뤿
+ ˤ˥ʤƤϤʤޤ.
+ ʥߥåRAM, 줾줬1ӥåȤΥǡ򵭲륳ǥ󥵤
+ 󽸤ޤäƹƤޤ. Υǥ󥵤ϽŤ줿
+ ֤"1", ŤƤʤ֤"0"ɽޤ.
+ ƤΥǥ󥵤Ť뤿, "1"ͤݻ뤿,
+ δֳ֤Ϥäɬפޤ.
+ ºݤRAMåפRAMŬڤʾϤȤԤʤޤ,
+ ΥեåȤRAM̤˥
+ ͤʤ褦, 򤤤ĹԤʤ
+ ԥ塼ٻ߾֤λΤ餻ʤƤϤʤޤ.
+ ⤷ԥ塼ΥեåԤʤʤ,
+ ȤϤ鷺ߥäDzƤޤޤ
+
ɤ߹ߤȽ񤭹ߤΥϥեå奵Ȥ
- Ȥ(եå奵ϼºݤˤԴʥ
- ɤ߹ߥˤʤޤ)Τ,
+ Ȥ(ʥߥåRAMΥեå奵
+ ºݤˤԴʥɤ߹ߥˤʤޤ)Τ,
յΥȥ餬Ϣ³Ϥǡɤ߹
- ޤϽ񤭹ߤԤ֤, Ƥեå夵ޤ.
+ ޤϽ񤭹ߤԤ֤, Ƥեå夵ޤ.
- Хޥ󥰤ϤĤSCSIץ䤽¾
- ϥѥեޥ󥹤ʥɤ˸ޤ.
+ Хޥ󥰤ϤĤSCSIۥȥ󥿡ե䤽¾
+ ϥѥեޥ󥹤ʼյ拾ȥ˸ޤ.
<tag>ưž⡼</tag>
Υ⡼ɤˤDMAϥХ, ֥å, ǥޥžԤޤ,
DMAž󥿤0ˤʤ, 󥿤ȥɥ쥹DMAͥ뤬
Ȥȥץव줿ΤΤᤵޤ.
- , ǥХž׵ᤷƤ֤ž³뤳Ȥ
+ , յ郎ž׵ᤷƤ֤ž³뤳Ȥ
̣ޤ.
žΰȤDMAC˥ץव줿Хåե,
DMACǡɤ߽Фäƿǡ
񤭹DMAC񤭹Ȥ,
鿷ǡɤ߽ФȤCPUޤ.
+
Υƥ˥å, ץѤΥХåե⤷
ʤǥǥХˤ褯Ȥޤ.
ΡִľץХåեδϹʤCPUСإåɤˤʤޤ,
@@ -332,7 +355,7 @@
<p>ץवDMAͥ, ̾, Ԥ
֥ޥפ٤Ǥ.
- ϥϡɥDRQͭˤ, ȤƤΥѥ᡼
+ ϥϡɥͽDRQͭˤ, ȤƤΥѥ᡼
Ƥʤ乹ƤʤǤ, DMAC
˱ƤޤǤ.
diff --git a/ja/handbook/eresources.sgml b/ja/handbook/eresources.sgml
index 1ca9a3fd52..e9eb21b7f9 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/eresources.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/eresources.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: eresources.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:39 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: eresources.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:03 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.28 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.34 -->
<chapt>
<heading>󥿡ͥåȾΥ꥽<label id="eresources"></heading>
@@ -29,10 +29,15 @@
Ŭڤʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤƤ, 䤿FreeBSDδطԤ,
褤 (ƾʤȤᤤ) ȿĤǤ뤳ȤǤ礦.
-<P>ޤޤʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤηϤ򤳤ΥɥȤκǸ˵ܤޤ.
-䤿, ᡼󥰥ꥹȤμ, ä˵̤˴ؤ⤯ݤĤ
-ϤƤΤ,
-᡼󥰥ꥹȤ˻äˤηϤɤǤ.
+<P>ޤޤʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤηϤ򤳤ΥɥȤκǸ˵ܤ
+. <bf>䤿, ᡼󥰥ꥹȤμ, ä˵̤˴ؤ⤯ݤ
+ϤƤΤ, ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ˻äˤηϤɤ
+. </bf>䤿Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤλüԤΤۤȤɤ,
+ˤFreeBSD˴ϢåäƤ, ᡼
+ꥹȤФդ路Ѥ򤹤뤿ηϤ롼뤳
+Ȥˤä, ᡼󥰥ꥹȤS/N⤯ݤĤ褦Ǥޤ.
+ʤ, Ū, ᡼󥰥ꥹȤץȤˤȤä
+¾Υߥ˥μʤˤʤäƤޤǤ礦.
᡼󥰥ꥹȤϤ⥢֤Ƥ,
<url url="http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/search.html"
@@ -41,7 +46,7 @@ name="FreeBSD World Wide Web server"> Ǹ뤳ȤǤޤ.
ɤФ򸫤Ĥ뤹줿ˡǤ,
ƤĴ٤Ƥߤ٤Ǥ礦.
-<sect1><heading>᡼󥰥ꥹȤγ</heading>
+<sect1><heading>᡼󥰥ꥹȤγ<label id="eresources:summary"></heading>
<p><bf>Ūʥ᡼󥰥ꥹ:</bf> ʲΤΤïǤ⼫ͳ˻äǤ
ŪʤΤǤ:
@@ -57,10 +62,11 @@ freebsd-isp FreeBSDѤƤ륤󥿡ͥåȥӥץХ
freebsd-questions 桼μ
</verb>
-<bf>Ūʥ᡼󥰥ꥹ:</bf> ʲΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ,
-ŪʵΤΤΤǤ.
-Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤˤϷϤտɤ٤Ǥ,
-᡼󥰥ꥹȤƤåɥ饤ϰϤ˼ޤ褦ˤƤ.
+<bf>Ūʥ᡼󥰥ꥹ:</bf> ʲΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ, Ū
+ΤΤΤǤ. ѤƤΤˤäȤɥ
+󤬤Τ, Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤä, ɤ줫Ĥ˥᡼
+äꤹˤ, Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤηϤտɤ٤
+.
<verb>
ꥹ Ū
----------------------------------------------------------------------
@@ -74,14 +80,16 @@ freebsd-multimedia ޥǥε
freebsd-platforms IntelʳΥƥΥץåȥեؤΰܿ
freebsd-ports ports쥯˴ؤ
freebsd-security ƥ˴ؤ
+freebsd-security-notifications
+ ƥ˴ؤ (ǥ졼ƥåɥ᡼󥰥ꥹ)
freebsd-scsi SCSI֥ƥ
freebsd-smp о/оΤΥޥץå󥰤߷פ˴ؤ
</verb>
-<bf>¤Ƥ᡼󥰥ꥹ:</bf> ʲΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϻäˤǧĤɬפǤ,
-Ƥ䥳ȤïǤ⼫ͳƤ뤳ȤǤޤ.
-¤Ƥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤؤλäλǤ,
-Ūʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ¸ߤΩΤ褤ͤǤ.
+<bf>¤Ƥ᡼󥰥ꥹ:</bf> ʲΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϻ
+ˤ<url url="mailto:core@freebsd.org" name="core@FreeBSD.ORG">
+ǧĤɬפǤ, 줾ηϤϰǤ, Ƥ䥳Ȥï
+⼫ͳƤ뤳ȤǤޤ.
<verb>
᡼󥰥ꥹ Ū
----------------------------------------------------------------------
@@ -94,7 +102,8 @@ freebsd-user-groups 桼롼פĴ
</verb>
<bf>CVS᡼󥰥ꥹ:</bf> ʲΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϥĥ꡼
-ޤޤʾѹΥå򸫤뤳Ȥ˶̣Τ͸Ǥ.
+ޤޤʾѹΥå򸫤뤳Ȥ˶̣Τ͸Ǥ.
+<bf>ɤ</bf>ΥꥹȤ, ˥᡼Ͻޤ.
<verb>
᡼󥰥ꥹ ϰ () ϰϤ
----------------------------------------------------------------------
@@ -116,7 +125,7 @@ cvs-usrbin /usr/src/usr.bin 桼Хʥ
cvs-usrsbin /usr/src/usr.sbin ƥХʥ
</verb>
-<sect1><heading>ˡ</heading>
+<sect1><heading>ˡ<label id="eresources:subscribe"></heading>
<p>ɤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ<tt>FreeBSD.ORG</tt>ˤΤ,
᡼󥰥ꥹȤ˥᡼ˤ,
@@ -157,35 +166,86 @@ help
ٸޤ, 䤿ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤϵŪʵݤĤ褦
׵ᤷޤ. ⤷, ֹ⤤٥פˤΤ߶̣ʤ, freebsd-announce
˻ä褦˴ޤ. ϾʤȥեåͽǤ.
-<!--
-Again, we would like to request that you keep discussion in the technical mailing
-lists on a technical track. If you are only interested in the "high points"
-then it is suggested that you join freebsd-announce, which is intended only
-for infrequent traffic.
--->
-<sect1><heading>᡼󥰥ꥹȤη</heading>
+
+<sect1><heading>᡼󥰥ꥹȤη<label id="eresources:charters"></heading>
+
+<p><bf></bf>FreeBSD᡼󥰥ꥹȤïǤ⤽Ѥ뤳Ȥ
+Ǽ餷ʤФʤȤδñʥ롼뤬ޤ. Υ롼
+˽ʤ, ̤ȤFreeBSD<url
+url="mailto:postmaster@freebsd.org" name="Postmaster">2ޤǤϷ
+ޤ. 3ȿ, ƼԤƤFreeBSDΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ
+, Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤؤΤʤƤФǤ
+. Υ롼кɬפʤΤϻǰǤ. ,Υ󥿡ͥ
+ȤϤ֤󤤤餷ĶˤʤäƤ, ̤ο͡, (к)ᥫ
+˥बˤȤǧƤʤȻפޤ.
+
+<p>ƻɸ
+<itemize>
+<item>ʤƵ⤽Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤδŪʷϤ٤
+ . 㤨, Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤŪ˴ؤΤǤ
+ , ŪʵޤƤǤʤФʤޤ. ߷³
+ ŬڤʷϤե쥤, °ƤƤοͤФƥ᡼󥰥ꥹ
+ βͤ򲼤ƤޤǤ, ԰٤ǤϤʤǤ礦.
+ ȤΤʤͳεФƤ<url
+ url="mailto:freebsd-chat@freebsd.org" name="freebsd-chat">᡼
+ 󥰥ꥹȤͳǧĤƤΤ, ˻Ȥ٤Ǥ礦.</item>
+
+<item>2ĤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϤäȤΤɬ¸ߤ
+ , 2İʾΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤƤ٤ǤϤޤ. ɤΥ
+ ȤФƤ, (᡼󥰥ꥹȤ)üԤ(ʣΥ᡼󥰥
+ Ȥ)ʣƻäƤ, Ϣʬʤ(㤨,
+ "-stable - scsi")᡼󥰥ꥹȤƤ, ٤ʣΥ᡼
+ 󥰥ꥹȤƤͳޤ. ⤷, Ccʣ
+ ᡼󥰥ꥹȤΤ褦ʷǸ, ʤϤΤǤ,
+ ƤӤΥ᡼ֻФ, ccʬޤԽ٤Ǥ.
+ <em>񤤤ΤïǤäƤ, ʤȤΥݥȤ
+ <bf>ޤ</bf>Ǥޤ. </em>
+
+<item>桼Ǥ쳫ȯԤǤ, () Ŀͤ򹶷⤷¤
+ ꤹ뤳Ȥϵޤ. ĿŪʥ᡼ѤƤ
+ Ĥ館ʤä, 館ˤʤ, 򤪤ʤ
+ 褦ʥͥå (: ͥåȥˤ륨å) Ф
+ ҤɤȿϹޤޤ, ƤϤʤʤ̤Ƥ
+ 櫓ǤϤޤ. <bf>ʤ</bf>, Τ褦Ƥ᡼
+ 󥰥ꥹȤηϤ˱褦ϤۤȤɤޤ󡣤Τᡢ᡼
+ 󥰥ꥹȤηϤ˰ȿƤȤȤǷٹʤޤ϶ػߡ
+ ͤΤȹͤƤǤ礦
+
+<item>FreeBSDʳδϢʤ䥵ӥι, Ф˶ػߤ, spam
+ ˤȿԤƤ뤳ȤΤǤä, ˶ػߤ
+ . </item>
+
+</itemize>
+
+<p><bf>ġΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤη:</bf>
<p>
<descrip>
<tag/FREEBSD-ADMIN/ <em></em><newline>
-<!-- XXX -->
+ΥꥹȤ, freebsd.orgطεΤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ,
+Ȥλ񸻤ѤԤʤޤ. ϥɤʥ
+ȤǤ, ïǤ(ãΥƥޤߤޤ!)Ǥޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-ANNOUNCE/ <em>פʥ٥/ޥ륹ȥ</em><newline>
-, ñˤޤȯɽפfreebsdΥ٥Ȥ˴ؿͤΤ
-᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ. , ʥåץåȤ䤽¾Υ꡼ˤĤƤ
-ʥ󥹤ޤߤޤ. Υʥ󥹤ϿFreeBSDεǽΥʥ󥹤ޤǤޤ.
-ܥƥθƤӤ뤫⤷ޤ.
-ή̤ξʤ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
+, ñˤޤȯɽפfreebsdΥ٥Ȥ˴ؿͤΤ
+Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ. , ʥåץåȤ䤽¾Υ꡼
+ĤƤΥʥ󥹤ޤߤޤ. Υʥ󥹤ϿFreeBSDεǽΥ
+ʥ󥹤ޤǤޤ. ܥƥθƤӤ뤫⤷ޤ
+. ή̤ξʤ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ, ʤΥǥ졼ȥ᡼
+ꥹȤǤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-ARCH/ <em>ƥ߷פε</em><newline>
, FreeBSD߷פ˴ؤ򤹤͸Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
, ɤʥꥹȤ, ŪˤϻäǤޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-BUGS/ <em>Хݡ</em><newline>
-, FreeBSDΥХݡȤΤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
-ǽǤϤĤǤ, Х ``send-pr'' Ȥäɬפޤ.
+, FreeBSDΥХݡȤΤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ. ǽǤ
+ϤĤǤ, Х ``send-pr(1)'' Ȥ, <url
+url="http://www.freebsd.org/send-pr.html" name="WEB interface">Ѥ
+ɬפޤ.
-<tag/FREEBSD-CHAT/ <em>ߥ˥ƥ˴ؤ뵻ŪǤϤʤ</em><newline>
+<tag/FREEBSD-CHAT/ <em>FreeBSDΥߥ˥ƥ˴ؤ
+ ŪǤϤʤ</em><newline>
Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϵŪǤϤʤ, ҲŪʾˤĤ,
¾Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤϼ갷ʤޤߤޤ.
, Jordan˻Ƥ뤫ɤ,
@@ -196,7 +256,9 @@ for infrequent traffic.
ǤƤޤ. , եľ -chat᡼󥰥ꥹȤˤ٤Ǥ.
<tag/FREEBSD-CORE/ <em>FreeBSD</em><newline>
-, ФȤ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
+, ФȤ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ. FreeBSD˴Ϣ뿼
+ʤäκϥ٥̩Ĵ׵᤹Ȥ, Υ᡼
+󥰥ꥹȤ˥åޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-CURRENT/ <em>FreeBSD-currentλѤ˴ؤ
</em><newline> freebsd-current Υ桼ΤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
@@ -204,11 +266,14 @@ for infrequent traffic.
οǽˤäƥ桼˱ƶ뤳ȤˤĤƤ, -current
ΤޤޤǤ뤿ɬפʼˤĤƤޤߤޤ.
"current" 餻ƤͤϤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϿʤƤϤʤޤ.
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-CURRENT-DIGEST/ <em>FreeBSD-currentλѤ˴ؤ
-</em><newline> freebsd-current᡼󥰥ꥹȤΥǤǤ.
-ΥȤfreebsd-current줿٤ƤΥåޤȤ᤿Τ,
-1ĤΥ᡼ˤФޤ. ʿѤΥ40kbyteǤ.
+</em><newline> freebsd-current᡼󥰥ꥹȤΥǤǤ.
+ΥȤfreebsd-current줿٤ƤΥåޤȤ᤿
+Τ, 1ĤΥ᡼ˤФޤ. ʿѤΥ40kbyteǤ.
+Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ<bf>ɤ</bf>, ᡼褦ʻϤʤ
+Dz.
<tag/FREEBSD-STABLE/ <em>FreeBSD-stableλѤ˴ؤ
</em><newline> freebsd-stable Υ桼ѤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
@@ -216,6 +281,7 @@ for infrequent traffic.
οǽˤäƥ桼˱ƶ뤳ȤˤĤƤ, -stable
ΤޤޤǤ뤿ɬפʼˤĤƤޤߤޤ.
"stable" 餻ƤͤϤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϿ٤Ǥ.
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-DOC/ <em>ɥơץ</em><newline>
Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤFreeBSD Doc Project°,
@@ -223,6 +289,7 @@ for infrequent traffic.
<tag/FREEBSD-FS/ <em>ե륷ƥ</em><newline>
FreeBSDΥե륷ƥ˴ؤ
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-HACKERS/ <em>Ūʵ</em><newline>
FreeBSD˴ؤ뵻ŪʵΤΥեǤ.
@@ -230,11 +297,13 @@ FreeBSDΥե륷ƥ˴ؤ
Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ, FreeBSD ǥƥ֤˳ư򤷤ƤͤΤΤΤ,
Ф, βˡޤ.
ŪʵեΤ˶̣ͤⴿޤޤ.
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-HACKERS-DIGEST/ <em>Ūʵ</em><newline>
-freebsd-hackers᡼󥰥ꥹȤΥǤǤ.
-ΥȤfreebsd-hackers줿٤ƤΥåޤȤ᤿Τ,
-1ĤΥ᡼ˤФޤ. ʿѤΥ40kbyteǤ.
+freebsd-hackers᡼󥰥ꥹȤΥǤǤ. Υ
+freebsd-hackers줿٤ƤΥåޤȤ᤿Τ, 1ĤΥ᡼
+ˤФޤ. ʿѤΥ40kbyteǤ. Υ᡼󥰥ꥹ
+Ȥ<bf>ɤ</bf>, ᡼褦ʻϤʤDz.
<tag/FREEBSD-HARDWARE/ <em>FreeBSDΥϡɥΰŪʵ
</em><newline> FreeBSDäƤϡɥΥפ,
@@ -242,24 +311,28 @@ freebsd-hackers᡼󥰥ꥹȤΥǤǤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-INSTALL/ <em>󥹥ȡ˴ؤ</em><newline>
Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϾΥ꡼Υ󥹥ȡ˴ؤ볫ȯ
-ΤΤΤǤ.
+ΤΤΤ, ɤʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-ISP/ <em>󥿡ͥåȥӥץХΤˤĤƤ
</em><newline>Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤ, FreeBSDѤ󥿡ͥå
ӥץХ (ISP) ˴ؤεΤΤΤǤ.
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-MULTIMEDIA/ <em>ޥǥˤĤƤε</em><newline>
Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤFreeBSDѤޥǥץꥱˤĤƤΥեǤ.
ޥǥץꥱȤޤ濴, Υ󥹥ȡ,
ȯ, FreeBSDˤ륵ݡȤˤĤƤǤ.
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-PLATFORMS/ <em>IntelʳΥץåȥեؤΰܿ
</em><newline>ץåȥեFreeBSD.
IntelʳΥץåȥեؤFreeBSDΰܿˤĤƤΰŪʵ.
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-PORTS/ <em>``ports'' ε</em><newline>
FreeBSD ``ports 쥯'' (/usr/ports) , ܿ,
ports 쥯δפѹ, Ū粽ưˤĤƤε.
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-QUESTIONS/ <em>桼μ</em><newline>
FreeBSD˴ؤΤΤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
@@ -273,10 +346,17 @@ freebsd-questions᡼󥰥ꥹȤΥǤǤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-SCSI/ <em>SCSI֥ƥ</em><newline>
FreeBSDΤscsi֥ƥˤĤƺȤƤ͸Ǥ.
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-SECURITY/ <em>ƥδϢ</em><newline>
FreeBSDԥ塼Υƥ (DES, Kerberos, 褯ΤƤ
ƥۡ, Τդʤ)
+ϵŪʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤʤΤ, ˵ŪƤ׵ᤷޤ.
+
+<tag/FREEBSD-SECURITY-NOTIFICATIONS/ <em>ƥϢ</em><newline>
+FreeBSD Υƥ, ˴ؤΤԤʤޤ.
+Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϵԤʤΥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤϤޤ.
+ FreeBSD-security ǹԤʤޤ.
<tag/FREEBSD-USER-GROUPS/ <em>桼롼פĴΥ᡼󥰥ꥹ</em><newline>
, ʥ桼롼פߤ, ޤ,
@@ -284,7 +364,8 @@ FreeBSDԥ塼Υƥ (DES, Kerberos, 褯ΤƤ
줾Υ륨ꥢΥ桼롼פĴ͸
᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
Υ᡼󥰥ꥹȤϥ桼롼״֤
-ߡƥ󥰤γפץȤĴ¤٤Ǥ.
+ߡƥ󥰤γפץȤĴ¤٤Ǥ.
+ϥɤʥ᡼󥰥ꥹȤǤ.
</descrip>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/esdi.sgml b/ja/handbook/esdi.sgml
index 680824ca8c..192a703cf4 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/esdi.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/esdi.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: esdi.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:39 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: esdi.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:05 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.8 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.10 -->
<!--
<title>ESDIϡɥǥξҲ FreeBSDǤ</title>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/firewalls.sgml b/ja/handbook/firewalls.sgml
index 4c35467516..a5174cd62a 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/firewalls.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/firewalls.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: firewalls.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:39 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: firewalls.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:07 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.14 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.17 -->
<sect><heading> ե <label id="firewalls"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/glossary.sgml b/ja/handbook/glossary.sgml
index 3a2c14774f..6d4c78da26 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/glossary.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/glossary.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: glossary.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:39 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: glossary.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:09 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.3 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.5 -->
<chapt><heading>* Glossary<label id="glossary"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/goals.sgml b/ja/handbook/goals.sgml
index 04f619917e..891d47e07c 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/goals.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/goals.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: goals.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:39 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: goals.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:10 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.2 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.4 -->
<sect><heading>FreeBSDץȤŪ<label id="goals"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/handbook.sgml b/ja/handbook/handbook.sgml
index 5d1cf7c61c..b4cc55cd97 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/handbook.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/handbook.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: handbook.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1996-12-23 02:02:41 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: handbook.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.4 1997-03-15 23:32:13 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.63 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.68 -->
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN" [
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
%sections;
<!-- The currently released version of FreeBSD -->
-<!ENTITY rel.current CDATA "2.1.6">
+<!ENTITY rel.current CDATA "2.1.7">
]>
@@ -159,6 +159,7 @@ PPP ³ˤ, 2 ˡ󶡤Ƥޤ:
&submitters;
&troubleshooting;
&kerneldebug;
+ &kernelopts;
&linuxemu;
<chapt><heading>FreeBSD </heading>
&booting;
diff --git a/ja/handbook/history.sgml b/ja/handbook/history.sgml
index 74cf018f59..fefc94e685 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/history.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/history.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: history.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:43 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: history.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:32:15 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.19 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.21 -->
<!-- : masaki@po.iijnet.or.jp + hino@nwk.cl.nec.co.jp 1996/12/19 -->
<sect><heading>FreeBSD <label id="history"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/hw.sgml b/ja/handbook/hw.sgml
index 136c9af0f8..cefad36091 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/hw.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/hw.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: hw.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:45 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: hw.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:32:17 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.53 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.64 -->
<!--
<!DOCTYPE chapt PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN"> -->
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
-->
<chapt><heading>PC ϡɥѥӥƥ<label id="hw"></heading>
-<p><em>: &a.yoshiaki; . <newline> 5 December 1996. </em>
+<p><em>: &a.yoshiaki; . <newline> 1 March 1997. </em>
<p>ϡɥѥӥƥϸߤΥԥ塼ȳǤ
Ȥ¿Ǥ, FreeBSD⤳̵ǤϤޤ.
@@ -76,44 +76,37 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
: &a.jkh; FreeBSDץ<ref id="contrib:core"
name="FreeBSD">ΥФǤ.
- <sect2><heading>ޥܡ</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>ޥܡ<label id="hw:mb"></heading>
<p> <htmlurl url="http://asustek.asus.com.tw/" name="ASUS">
- <htmlurl url="http://asustek.asus.com.tw/FTP/ASUS/Info/Spec/pi-p55tp4xe.txt"
- name="P55TP4XE">
- ϥߥåɥ󥸤ϥɤ PentiumФơ󥷥ƥ
- Ϥ褤Τ褦Ǥ, 꿷 Triton-II Υܡ (ʲ򻲾
- Ƥ) ˤۤȤ֤ޤ. Υܡɤ㤦
- <htmlurl
- url="http://asustek.asus.com.tw/Products/TB/mem-0002.html"
- name="ѥץ饤С å⥸塼">ȤȤǤ
- . 486饹ΥޥܡɤõƤʤ ASUS <htmlurl
+ <htmlurl
+ url="http://asustek.asus.com.tw/FTP/ASUS/Info/Spec/pi-p55tp4.txt"
+ name="P55T2P4">
+ ϥߥåɥ󥸤ϥɤ PentiumФ뤤ϥơ
+ 󥷥ƥˤϤ褤Ǥ.
+ 486饹ΥޥܡɤõƤʤ ASUS <htmlurl
url="http://asustek.asus.com.tw/FTP/ASUS/Info/Spec/pvi-486sp3.txt"
name="486SP3G"> Ĵ٤Ƥߤ뤳Ȥ򤪤ᤷޤ (: ASUSϤ
¤ƤʤΤ餫ʤΤǤΤΤϤ
ˤʤäƤޤ).
- : 96ǯ10 ǽҤ٤ƤܡɤܤǤˤ
- ˤʤäƤ褦Ǥ.
-
- : Intel <htmlurl
- url="http://asustek.asus.com.tw/Products/TB/trito n-intro.html"
- name="Triton"> åץåȥ١ΥޥܡɤǤϥѥƥ
- ǽ󶡤ޤΤ, ꥨ顼Ƥ⸡ФԲǽǤ.
- եȥȥȤʥƥۤˤ,
- 꿷 Triton II ١Υޥܡɤ㤦Ȥ򤪤ᤷ
- . Ϥ褤ǽ, ѥƥå ECCǽ󶡤Ƥޤ.
- ECCȤΤǤ 82439HX Triton-II åץåȤ A2ʹߤΥӥ
- ȤäޥܡɤɬפǤ. 82371SBΥӥȺ𤷤ʤǤ
- - ӥA2Ǥ 82439HXåפ "SU102"ȥޡƤޤ.
- ӥA1Ǥ SǻϤޤֹϥޡƤʤ, 뤤
- "SU087"ȥޡƤޤ.
-
- <p>ϥɤˤƤ FreeBSDǤ 200MHz P6 (Pentium Pro) CPU
- ȤäIntel/Venus Pro (<ref id="hw:mb:pci" name="VS440FX">) ޥܡ
- ɤˤ褤褦Ǥ. Ƕβʤβ (ȸäǤ
- ) ǺǶƹǤ P6ƥϽʬθˤʤ٤˲
- äƤޤ. ޤ, ܳŪʥӤˤ Pentium Pro ͤ
- Ǥ礦.
+ եȥȥȥƥۤΤǤХѥƥ
+ Ȥ, 24/7ư³륢ץꥱǤ
+ ECCȤ٤Ǥ礦. ECCϤ餫ǽΥȥ졼ɥ
+ դޤ (줬פʤΤǤ뤫ǤʤϤʤΥ
+ ꥱˤޤ). , ꥨ顼ФƤ餫
+ եȥȥޤ.
+
+ <p>ϥɤˤƤ FreeBSDǤ 200MHz P6 (Pentium Pro) CPU
+ ȤäIntel/Venus Pro (<ref id="hw:mb:pci" name="VS440FX">)
+ ܡɤˤ褤褦Ǥ. Ƕβʤβ
+ ǺǶƹǤ P6ƥϽʬθ
+ ʤ٤˲ʤäƤޤ. ޤ, ܳŪʥӤˤ
+ Pentium Pro ͤƤǤ礦.
+ 䤬ĿŪ˻ѤƤ륷ƥǤ, `make world' ˤ֤
+ P5/166340ʬäƤΤ, P6/200˥åץ졼ɤ
+ 122ʬˤޤûʤޤ - ӤǤϤޤ
+ ,ˤȤäƤ P6/200餫ʲͤȤ
+ Ҥ٤Ƥޤ.
: Intel ΥޥܡɤϽȤϰۤ, "ATX" ǥ
ȸƤФ<em>ȤϤޤäۤ PC</em>ɬפˤʤäƤޤ.
@@ -124,6 +117,21 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
ϰŪ PCӤʼι⤤ΤΤ褦ǤȤ
Ȥޤ.
+ <ref id="hw:mb:pci" name="VS440FX">åץå (``Natoma''ȸ
+ ФƤޤ) ͣΤƤ륳ѥӥƥ Matrox
+ Meteorӥǥץ㡼 (frame-grabber) ܡɤȤȥƥब
+ ߤƤޤȤǤ. Matrox Intel , Intel
+ Matrox 񤷤Ƥޤ. 䤿ˤ狼뤳ȤưʤȤȤ
+ Ǥ. P6ƥ꤬ΤϤΥɤǤ,
+ ΥɤϸŤ Triton åץåȥ١ΥޥܡɤǤ
+ ưƤޤ.
+
+ : ºݤˤ¾Ҥ frame-grabberܡɤǤ Natoma åץå
+ Υޥ꤬Τޤ. FreeBSDΥɥ饤
+ , FreeBSDѤǤΤǤ Matrox Mentor ΤߤȤ
+ Ȥˤʤޤ. ʤ Matrox ҤϿʤȤ Natoma б
+ ȤȤФƤޤ.
+
<sect2><heading>ǥȥ</heading>
<p>Ϥ餫ȥåǤ. ISA PCIޤǤ٤ƥѥ
<htmlurl url="http://www.buslogic.com" name="Buslogic">
@@ -131,12 +139,19 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
<htmlurl url="http://www.adaptec.com" name="Adaptec"> 1542CF, EISA
Ǥ Bt747c, PCIǤ Adaptec 2940 򤹤褦ѤäƤƤޤ.
+ NCR/Symbios PCIɤΤȤǤϤޤưƤޤ,
+ BIOS-less ǥΥܡ(SCSI ܡɾ ROM餷Τʤ
+ , ޥܡɾ SCSIץΤ BIOSɬפ
+ ܡɤǤǽޤ : SC-200ʤ) ȤΤǤ
+ ޥܡɤ򥵥ݡȤƤ뤫ɤդʤƤϤʤ
+ .
+
<p>PCIޥ2İʾ SCSIȥ餬ɬפȤʤΤǤ,
PCIХ­ɤ Adaptec 3940 ɤͤƤ⤤Ǥ
. 1ĤΥåȤ2 SCSIȥ(Х)
ޤ.
- <sect2><heading>ǥɥ饤</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>ǥɥ饤<label id="hw:disks"></heading>
<p>,ˡüʾ ֤Τ򤫤뤳ȤǤ
ʤ SCSI IDE褤 ȸäƤޤ. Ϥʥǥȥå׹
ΥƥǤ, SCSIǤХǥ¤ʤäƤä˥Ф
@@ -148,7 +163,7 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
㤷ǥ disk I/OʤӰʳǤϤ򤫤Ƥ
SCSI WIDEɥ饤֤ˤɬפϤʤȹͤƤޤ.
-<sect2><heading>CDROM ɥ饤</heading>
+<sect2><heading>CDROM ɥ饤<label id="hw:cdrom"></heading>
<p> SCSIߤǤΤǤ SCSI CDROMӤޤ.
<htmlurl url="http://www.toshiba.com" name=""> XM-3501B (
ߤϥǥ쥹ǥ XM-5401B꡼Ƥޤ)ɥ饤֤
@@ -164,7 +179,8 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
ʤˤʤä ޤ. ⤷ IDE SCSI CDROM ɥ饤֤δ֤
뤳ȤǤΤʤ, ä IDE ͳϤʤǤ礦.
- <sect2><heading>CD-R (CD Recordable: WORM) ɥ饤</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>CD-R (CD Recordable: WORM) ɥ饤<label
+ id="hw:worm">/heading>
<p>θƤ񤤤Ƥ, FreeBSD 3 CDRɥ饤
( 餹٤ƤϷɤ PhillipsҤΥɥ饤֤ǤΤǤϤʤ
ȹͤƤΤǤ) 򥵥ݡȤƤޤ : Phillips CDD 522
@@ -177,7 +193,7 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
륹ץȤ HP4020i CDR ǾƤΥץȤ㤬
ޤ.
- <sect2><heading>ơץɥ饤</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>ơץɥ饤<label id="hw:tape"></heading>
<p>Ϥޤ <htmlurl url="http://www.exabyte.com"
name="Exabyte">
<htmlurl url="http://www.Exabyte.COM:80/Products/8mm/8505XL/Rfeatures.html"
@@ -188,28 +204,34 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
<p>ХååפΤǤ, ܼŪ˾פ (ޤ, ̤礭)
Exabyte 8mmơפǤޤ.
- <sect2><heading>ӥǥ</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>ӥǥ<label id="hw:video"></heading>
<p>⤷ (ƹǤ) 99USɥ򤫤ƾʤ XФ<htmlurl
- url="http://www.xinside.com/" name="X Inside">㤦ȤǤ
+ url="http://www.xinside.com/" name="Xi Graphics, Inc. ( X
+ Inside, Inc.)">㤦ȤǤ
ʤְ㤤ʤ <htmlurl url="http://www.matrox.com/" name="Matrox">
<htmlurl url="http://www.matrox.com/mgaweb/brochure.htm"
- name="Millenium">ɤ򤪤ᤷޤ. ե꡼ XФȤ
- Ǥ <htmlurl url="http://www.nine.com/" name="Number 9">
+ name="Millenium">ɤ򤪤ᤷޤ. Υɤ̵󶡤Ƥ <htmlurl
+ url="http://www.xfree86.org" name="XFree86"> Ǥ⥵ݡȤ
+ ޤǤϰ XiGʤ٤Ȥ餫٤ȸޤ.
+ XFree86 3.2AǤϤ餫Ƥޤ, ̥꡼ȤƤ
+ ޤȤޤ(: 3.2A ϻŪ꡼Ǥ).
+
+ <htmlurl url="http://www.nine.com/" name="Number 9">
S3 Vision 868 968 ١Υ (the 9FX series) Ϥꤢ®,
<htmlurl url="http://www.xfree86.org" name="XFree86"> S3Ф
- ݡȤƤ, äⵯʤǤ礦.
+ ޤݡȤƤ, äⵯʤǤ礦.
- <sect2><heading>˥</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>˥<label id="hw:monitors"></heading>
<p>λäƤ <htmlurl
url="http://cons3.sel.sony.com/SEL/ccpg/display/ms17se2.html"
- name="Sony Multiscan 17SE monitors">ĴҤΤ, Ʊ (ȥ
+ name="Sony Multiscan 17SE monitors"> ĴҤΤ, Ʊ (ȥ
˥ȥ) ֥饦ɤȤäƤ Viewsonic򤪤ᤷޤ. 17"
礭ʥ˥, 㤨 21"Υ˥ºݤɬפȤ餳ʸϤμ
ɮǤ 2,500USɥʲΤΤϤޤäޤ. 20"ʾΥ
饹Ǥ褤˥(Ĥ)ޤ, 20"饹ǰ¤˥⤢
- ޤ. ޤʤȤ˰¤Ƥ褤˥Ϥޤ!!
+ ޤ. ޤʤȤ˰¤Ƥ褤˥ϤۤȤɤޤ!
- <sect2><heading>ͥåȥ</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>ͥåȥ<label id="hw:networking"></heading>
<p> ISAɤǤ <htmlurl url="http://www.smc.com/"
name="SMC"> Ultra 16 ȥ, PCI١ΥɤǤ SMC
EtherPower Compex ENET32ɤ򤪤Ǥޤ. 2 PCI
@@ -222,7 +244,7 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
⤦, Ǥ㥳ȤǤǽưΤõƤ
, ۤȤɤ NE2000ΥϤ褤Ǥ.
- <sect2><heading>(ü) ꥢ</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>(ü) ꥢ<label id="hw:serial"></heading>
<p>®Υꥢ ͥåȥ 󥿥ե (Ʊꥢ륫)
õƤΤǤ <htmlurl url="http://www.dgii.com/"
name="Digi International"> <htmlurl
@@ -231,7 +253,8 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
饤Ф FreeBSD-currentˤޤ. <htmlurl
url="http://www.etinc.com" name="Emerging Technologies">
륽եȥˤT1/E1ǽܡɤ¤Ƥޤ.
-
+ äȤ䤬ľܤʤưи櫓ǤϤޤ.
+
:Emerging TechnologiesWebڡ򸫤ȥɤΥڥå
Operating Systems: MS-DOS, MS-WINDOWS, System V UNIX, BSD/OS,
FreeBSD, NetBSD and Linux Ƚ񤤤Ƥޤ. ޤ
@@ -255,7 +278,7 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
talbsd-0.0.4.tar.gz" name="">ʥɥ饤Ф󶡤Ƥ
褦Ǥ.
- <sect2><heading>ǥ</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>ǥ<label id="hw:audio"></heading>
<p>ϸ,ⲻŤΥǥǽ (2DMAͥ) ĤȤ
<htmlurl url="http://www.gravis.com/" name="Gravis">
Ultrasound MAX ȤäƤޤ. Windows NT OS/2ǤΥݡȤϤ
@@ -263,15 +286,16 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
. Τ褦ʾˤ <htmlurl url="http://www.creaf.com/"
name="ꥨƥ "> AWE32 Ǥ礦.
- <sect2><heading>ӥǥץ㡼</heading>
+ <sect2><heading>ӥǥץ㡼<label id="hw:vgrabbers"></heading>
<p>ӥǥץ㡼ˤĤƤϻ¾Ĥ;Ϥޤ.
<htmlurl url="http://www.matrox.com/" name="Matrox">
<htmlurl url="http://www.matrox.com/imgweb/meteor.htm" name="Meteor">
ɤǤ. FreeBSDϥꥨƥ ܤθŤ video spigotɤ
ݡȤϤƤޤϼˤʤäƤޤ, Meteor
®PCI󥿥եäβߥܡɤǤ.
- Ϥ MBONEΥӥǥ˻ȤäƤޤ, ˤޤưƤ
- !!
+ Υɤ VS440FX åץåȥ١ΥޥܡɤǤ<em>ư
+ </em>ȤդƤ. ܺ٤<ref id="hw:mb" name="ޥ
+ ܡ">򻲾ȤƤ.
<sect><heading>濴/ץå<label id="hw:core"></heading>
@@ -322,30 +346,27 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
<tag>Triton:</tag> ΤƤ륭å女ҡ
ХޥϤޤ󤬥ѥƥåǽ
ޤ. ѥƥȤ褦ʾ, ǽǤ
- Triton-II١ΥޥܡɤӤޤ礦.
-
- <tag>Triton-II:</tag> ΥåץåȤȤäƤޥ
- ܡɤˤĤƤΤ٤ƤˤкΤȤɾǤ.
- ΤƤϤޤ.
+ Triton-II ١ΥޥܡɤӤޤ礦.
- : <ref id="hw:configs" name="ȹ礻θ">Ǹڤ
- Ƥ褦 430HXνʤˤ ECCưʤȤ
- ꤬ޤ.
+ <tag>Triton-II:</tag> Υåץå
+ ȤäƤޥܡɤ˴ؤ뤹٤Ƥˤк
+ ȤɾǤ. ΤϤޤ.
<tag>Orion:</tag> ΥåץåȤνΥСǤ
- PCI write-posting ˥Х, ̤ PCIХȥե
- Τ륢ץꥱǤǽ㲼Ȥ
- 㳲ޤ. B0ʹߤΥӥΥåץåȤ
- Ϥϲ褵Ƥޤ.
+ PCI write-posting ˥Х, ̤ PCIХȥե
+ Τ륢ץꥱǤǽ㲼Ȥ
+ 㳲ޤ. B0ʹߤΥӥΥåץåȤ
+ ϲ褵Ƥޤ.
<tag><htmlurl
url="http://www-cs.intel.com/oem_developer/motherbd/vs_index.htm"
- name="VS440FX">:</tag> <htmlurl
+ name="VS440FX">:</tag><htmlurl
url="http://www.intel.com/procs/ppro/intro/index.htm"
name="Pentium Pro"> бåץåȤ,
OrionåץåȤˤä褦ϸ줺, ʤư
Ƥ褦Ǥ. ޤ, ECCѥƥޤ
- ΥбƤޤ.
+ ΥбƤޤ. Τ Matrox Meteor
+ ӥǥץ㥫ɤ˴ؤΤǤ.
</descrip>
</p>
@@ -385,7 +406,8 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
, ȷĤƤϤޤ.
</verb></tscreen>
<p>3ܥå CPUǤϥꥢ®٤­̣ǤȤ
- ͤʤ 100, 133, 166, 200 MHzȤΤɤǤ礦.
+ ͤʤ 100, 133, 166, 200 MHzȤΤɤǤ
+ .
<sect2><heading>* 486 饹</heading>
<sect2><heading>* 386 饹</heading>
<sect2><heading>286 饹</heading>
@@ -397,8 +419,8 @@ name="FreeBSD POWERED hardwares">
<p>FreeBSD򥤥󥹥ȡ뤹Τ˺ɬפʥ̤ 5 MBǤ.
ä󥷥ƥबư<ref id="kernelconfig:building"
name="५ͥ">ȤǤʤ, äȾʤ
- ưȤǤޤ.
- boot4.flp Ȥ 4 MB ꤬ʤƤ⥤󥹥ȡǤޤ.
+ ưȤǤޤ. boot4.flp Ȥ 4 MB ꤬ʤ
+ Ƥ⥤󥹥ȡǤޤ.
<sect1><heading>* BIOS</heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/install.sgml b/ja/handbook/install.sgml
index b599d816da..8bf321db82 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/install.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/install.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: install.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:48 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: install.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:32:19 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.42 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.53 -->
<!--
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC '-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN'>
@@ -9,8 +9,8 @@
<p><em>: </em>
-<p><em>: &a.mita;, <newline>&a.hanai;,
-<newline>&a.iwasaki;. <newline>11 November 1996.</em>
+<p><em>: &a.mita;, <newline>&a.hanai;, <newline>&a.iwasaki;.
+<newline>26 January 1997.</em>
<p>Ǥ, FreeBSD Υ󥹥ȡĩ路Ƥߤޤ礦.
ξϤˤ, ʤ򤹤ɬפ뤫δñʥɤ
@@ -38,36 +38,27 @@
ͥåȥץȤ, ɥɤȤ, ʤΥޥ
Ƥ̤ʥɤΥꥹȤäƤǤ.
ꥹȤˤ, ֹ (IRQ) Ȥ, IO ݡȤΥɥ쥹Ȥ, ɤ
- ط񤤤Ƥޤ礦.
+ ط񤤤Ƥޤ礦.<P></P></item>
<item><url
url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/&rel.current;-RELEASE/floppies/boot.flp"
name="֡ȥǥΥ᡼"> ե򤢤ʤ
ϡɥǥ˥ɤƤޤ. ֥饦ΥޥɤǤ,
<em>display</em> ǤϤʤ <em>save</em> ֤ȤդƤ.
- <bf>:</bf> Υǥ᡼, 1.44 ᥬХȤ
- 3.5 եåԡǥ, 1.2 ᥬХȤ 5.25 եåԡǥ
- ΤɤǤѲǽǤ.
- </item>
+ <bf>:</bf> Υǥ᡼, 1.44 ᥬХȤ 3.5 եåԡǥΤߤǻѲǽǤ.<P></P></item>
<item>Υ᡼ե뤫֡ȥǥޤ,
<itemize>
<item>MS-DOSȤäƤ:
<url
-url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/tools/dos-tools/rawrite.exe"
- name="rawrite.exe"> ɤ, ¹Ԥޤ.
+url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD/tools/fdimage.exe"
+ name="fdimage.exe"> ɤ, ¹Ԥޤ.
<tscreen><verb>
-C:\> rawrite
+E:\> tools\fdimage floppies\boot.flp a:
</verb></tscreen>
-Υץ¹Ԥ, 񤭹եåԡɥ饤
-(A: B: ) ʹƤ, θ˽񤭹ե̾
-(boot.flp) ʹƤޤ.
-
-<p><bf>:</bf> rawrite.exe ˴ؤƤ, Windows95 Ǥ DOS ⡼ɤ
-Τư, Windows NT ǤưʤȤ¿󤻤
-ޤ. Windows NT ޥ򤪻Ȥξ, ̤ΥޥȤäƥեåԡ
-᡼Ƥ. ޤ Windows95 򤪻ȤǤ, ޤ DOS
-⡼ɤǵưƤȤƤ.</p></item>
+Υץ, A: ɥ饤֤եޥåȤ boot.flp Ƥ񤭹ߤޤ
+(Ǥ FreeBSD ʪΥȥåץ٥ǥ쥯ȥˤ, եåԡ᡼
+ floppies ǥ쥯ȥˤȲꤷƤޤ).<P></P></item>
<item>UNIX ƥȤäƤ:
<tscreen>
@@ -76,10 +67,9 @@ C:\> rawrite
¹Ԥޤ. , <em>disk&lowbar;device</em> ϥեåԡɥ饤֤
б <tt>/dev</tt>ΥȥǤ. FreeBSD Ǥ,
<tt>/dev/fd0</tt> A:ɥ饤֤, <tt>/dev/fd1</tt> B:ɥ饤֤
-бƤޤ.
- </item>
+бƤޤ.<P></P></item>
</itemize>
- </item>
+ <P></P></item>
<item>󥹥ȡǥ A:ɥ饤֤, ԥ塼
Ω夲ľޤ. ȼΤ褦ʥץץȤФƤϤǤ.
@@ -93,8 +83,7 @@ Boot:
Dz⥿פʤ, 5ô֤Ԥ֤θ FreeBSD
ưŪ˥ǥեȤΩ夬ޤ. Ω夲κ, ɤ
ϡɥƤ뤫򸡽 (ץ) ޤ. η̤
- ꡼ɽޤ.
- </item>
+ ꡼ɽޤ.<P></P></item>
<item>Ω夲ץλ, FreeBSD 󥹥ȡ˥塼
ɽޤ.
@@ -167,11 +156,13 @@ Boot:
<item>IDE
<item>ATA
+ <item>Adaptec 1505 ISA SCSI ȥ
<item>Adaptec 152x ꡼ ISA SCSI ȥ
+ <item>Adaptec 1535 ISA SCSI ȥ
<item>Adaptec 154x ꡼ ISA SCSI ȥ
<item>Adaptec 174x ꡼ EISA SCSI ȥ
(, ϥ󥹥ɥ⡼)
- <item>Adaptec 274x/284x/2940/3940
+ <item>Adaptec 274x/284x/2940/2940U/3940
(Narrow/Wide/Twin)
꡼ EISA/VLB/PCI SCSI ȥ
<item>Adaptec AIC7850 ܡ SCSI ȥ
@@ -321,11 +312,23 @@ Boot:
<item> Digiboard Sync/570i high-speed Ʊꥢ륫
+ <item>Decision-Computer Intl. "Eight-Serial" 8 ݡȥꥢ륫
+ ( IRQ )
+
<item> Adlib, SoundBlaster, SoundBlaster Pro,
ProAudioSpectrum, Gravis UltraSound, Gravis UltraSound MAX
Roland MPU-401 ʤɤΥɥ
- </itemize>
+ <item>Matrox Meteor video ե졼॰С
+
+ <item>Creative Labs Video spigot ե졼॰С
+
+ <item>Omnimedia Talisman ե졼॰С
+
+ <item>X-10 power ȥ
+
+ <item>PC 祤ƥåӥԡ
+ </itemize>
FreeBSD ϺΤȤ, IBMҤΥޥͥ륢ƥ (MCA) Хˤ
бƤޤ.
@@ -463,15 +466,7 @@ C> XCOPY /S E:\MANPAGES C:\FREEBSD\MANPAGES\
MS-DOS 餿 `ۥե (DISTS)' 򥤥󥹥ȡ뤷
(ƥǥ;͵) , 줾 <tt>C:&bsol;FREEBSD</tt>
ǥ쥯ȥ˥ԡޤ - <tt>BIN</tt> ۥե,
- ɬפʤΤǤ. ۤƤ뤹٤ƤΥե򥳥ԡΤ
- ʬ̤ MS-DOS ѡƥˤ, ǸιԤ򤳤Τ褦ˤޤ.
-
-<tscreen><verb>
-C> XCOPY /S E:\DISTS C:\FREEBSD\
-</verb></tscreen>
- 뤳Ȥ, <tt>E:&bsol;DISTS</tt> βΥǥ쥯ȥ깽¤
- ޤ뤴 <tt>C:&bsol;FREEBSD</tt> ˥ԡޤ.
-
+ ɬפʤΤǤ.
<sect1><heading>QIC/SCSI ơפΥ󥹥ȡ</heading>
@@ -621,15 +616,27 @@ ftp://192.216.222.4/pub/FreeBSD/&rel.current;-RELEASE
</descrip>
<quote><bf>:</bf> Active, passive ⡼ɤ `proxy'
- ³Τ褦, FTP proxy ФȤʤݡȤƻ뤷Ƥ
- 褦³ȤϤޤ㤤ޤ. </quote>
+ ³ƱǤϤޤ! proxy FTP Ф FTP ׵
+ դºݤ FTP Фžޤ. </quote>
- Τ褦ʾ, URL 㤨
+ ̾ proxy FTP ФƤ, 桼̾ΰȤ
+ @ ³Ƽºݤ³Ф̾ΤͿɬפ
+ ޤ. proxy ФΥФΡ֤դ
+ 򤹤褦ˤʤޤ. 㤨: ftp.freebsd.org ݡֹ
+ 1234 ׵Ԥ proxy FTP foo.bar.com Ȥä
+ 󥹥ȡ뤷Ȥޤ.
+
+ ξǤ, ֥ץץ˥塼 FTP username
+ ftp@ftp.freebsd.org, ѥɤȤƼʬŻҥ᡼륢ɥ쥹
+ ꤷޤ. 󥹥ȡǥȤ FTP (ޤ proxy
+ ФݡȤƤ passive FTP), URL ʲΤ褦ˤޤ:
<tscreen><verb>
ftp://foo.bar.com:1234/pub/FreeBSD
</verb></tscreen>
- Τ褦ɽȤȤǤޤ. , ``1234''
- proxy FTP ФΥݡֹǤ.
+ ftp.freebsd.org /pub/FreeBSD Ф FTP ׵ˤĤƤ
+ foo.bar.com ǽ򤪤ʤȤˤʤ, ֤ळ
+ Υޥ󤫤饤󥹥ȡ뤹뤳ȤǤޤ (󥹥ȡ
+ ׵ˤ ftp.freebsd.org եäƤޤ).
<sect><heading>FreeBSD Υ󥹥ȡ</heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/isdn.sgml b/ja/handbook/isdn.sgml
index 35a66508ac..dd0d9fdddf 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/isdn.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/isdn.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: isdn.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:49 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: isdn.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:32:21 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.8 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.11 -->
<sect><heading>ISDN<label id="isdn"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/jcontrib.sgml b/ja/handbook/jcontrib.sgml
index aac6b27840..9ca9242c6a 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/jcontrib.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/jcontrib.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: jcontrib.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:51 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: jcontrib.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:32:22 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
<chapt><heading>FreeBSD Handbook ܸ첽ˤĤ<label id="jcontrib"></heading>
@@ -26,6 +26,7 @@
<item>&a.graphite
<item>&a.iwasaki
<item>&a.yoshiaki
+ <item>&a.candy
<item>&a.kimura
<item>&a.masaki
<item>&a.saeki
@@ -40,6 +41,7 @@
<item>&a.kiroh
<item>&a.hino
<item>&a.yuki
+ <item>&a.maruyama
<item>&a.mita
<item>&a.kmiyakoda
<item>&a.tomo
diff --git a/ja/handbook/jmembers.sgml b/ja/handbook/jmembers.sgml
index 7c92c91863..c5588705a9 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/jmembers.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/jmembers.sgml
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-<!-- $Id: jmembers.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:52 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: jmembers.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:32:24 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
<!--
@@ -25,8 +25,8 @@
name='&lt;y-koga@ccs.mt.nec.co.jp&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.iwasaki "
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:iwasaki@pc.jaring.my'
- name='&lt;iwasaki@pc.jaring.my&gt;'></tt>">
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:iwasaki@jp.FreeBSD.org'
+ name='&lt;iwasaki@jp.FreeBSD.org&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.yuki "
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:yuki@jp.FreeBSD.org'
@@ -118,3 +118,11 @@
<!ENTITY a.nao " ľ
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nao@tom-yam.or.jp'
name='&lt;nao@tom-yam.or.jp&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.maruyama "ݻ
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:tmaruya@nnc.or.jp'
+ name='&lt;tmaruya@nnc.or.jp&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.candy "ҹ
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:candy@fct.kgc.co.jp'
+ name='&lt;candy@fct.kgc.co.jp&gt;'></tt>">
diff --git a/ja/handbook/kerberos.sgml b/ja/handbook/kerberos.sgml
index 1e3ab92269..7f7a8b34d2 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/kerberos.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/kerberos.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: kerberos.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:40 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: kerberos.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:26 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.8 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.10 -->
<sect><heading>Kerberos<label id="kerberos"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/kernelconfig.sgml b/ja/handbook/kernelconfig.sgml
index edf99ee351..c9c09eb320 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/kernelconfig.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/kernelconfig.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: kernelconfig.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:53 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: kernelconfig.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:32:28 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-
+<!-- Original revision: 1.27 -->
<!-- <!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC '-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN'> -->
<chapt><heading>FreeBSDͥΥե졼 <label id="kernelconfig"></heading>
@@ -10,7 +10,6 @@
&a.tomo;,
&a.yoshiaki;. <newline>
2 November 1996. </em>
- <!-- Original revision: 1.22 -->
ξϤϥƥ˹碌ͥκƹۤδäˤĤ
Ҥ٤ΤǤ. ξϤ, ƥν鿴Ԥ
@@ -18,7 +17,8 @@
<sect><heading>ʤ५ͥ뤫?</heading>
- <p>ƥ˹碌ͥϤ٤Ƥ UnixƥԤ
+ <p>ƥ˹碌ͥιۤϤ٤Ƥ
+ UnixƥԤ
򤱤̤뤳ȤΤǤʤǤפ̲ᵷ1ĤǤ.
κȤ, ¿λ֤ɬפȤޤ, ʤ FreeBSD
ƥ¿פ⤿餷ޤ. GENERICͥ,
@@ -147,10 +147,10 @@
GENERIC˽ФƤ֤ޤ. ,
ߤ˴طΤ륭ɤ, ºݤˤ GENERICե
ХХ˸ƤƤ, (ͥåȥ󥰤Τ褦)1ĤˤޤȤ
- Ƥޤ. ӤΥץΰ GENERICƱǥ
- 쥯ȥ LINTե졼եˤޤ.
- ⤷, ԤŪɬ˵äǽ LINTå
- Ƥ.
+ Ƥޤ. <label id="kernelconfig:options"> Ӥ
+ ץΰ GENERICƱǥ쥯ȥ LINTե
+ 졼եˤޤ. ⤷, ԤŪɬ˵
+ äǽ LINTåƤ.
<p>ͥϸ, ץ򰷤ˡ褤˰ܹԤ
ȤƤޤ. , ơΥץñ˥ͥ
@@ -323,10 +323,10 @@
<tag>options SYSVSHM</tag>
<p>Υץ System V ζͭ󶡤ޤ.
- Ǥ褯ѤΤ X Window System XSHMĥ
- Ǥ. ¿Υեå¿Ѥץ
- (movie player Xanim Linux DOOMʤ) ǤϼưŪ˹®
- ˤʤȤޤ.
+ X Window System XSHMĥǤѤäȤ̤˸
+ , ¿Υեå¿Ѥץ
+ (movie player Xanim Linux DOOMʤ) ǤϤ
+ Ѥ뤳Ȥ®٤äȤåȤޤ.
X Window System ѤΤǤФϴְ㤤
ޤ᤿ʤǤ礦.
@@ -443,9 +443,8 @@
륷ƥ (ͤΥ桼) <tt>/home</tt>ѡƥ
() 򤢤դ줵뤳ȤǤʤ褦ˤ줾Υ桼
˥ǥȯԤ뤳ȤǤޤ.
- ΥɤϤ餫ХޤΤɬפΤʤ
- ȤʤǤ. ǥˤĤƤξܤ
- Ƥϥޥ˥奢ڡ <tt>quota(1)</tt>򸫤Ƥ.
+ ǥˤĤƤξܤƤ<ref id="quotas"
+ name="ǥ ">ξϤ򸫤Ƥ.
</descrip>
<sect1><heading>ŪʥȥȥǥХ</heading>
@@ -479,8 +478,8 @@
ȤƤ.
<quote><em/:/QIC-80ơפΥݡȤ̤
- <tt>ft(8)</tt>Ȥե륿ץबɬפǤ. ܤ
- ϥޥ˥奢ڡ򸫤Ƥ. </quote>
+ <tt>ft(8)</tt>Ȥե륿ץबɬפǤ.
+ 路ϥޥ˥奢ڡ򸫤Ƥ. </quote>
<tag>controller wdc0</tag>
@@ -647,9 +646,9 @@
<sect1><heading>󥽡, Хޥ, XФΥݡ</heading>
- <p>2ĤΥפΥ󥽡Τ1Ĥɬפޤ. ޤ
- X Window System Ѥ, XSERVERץͭˤ
- ޤ. ޤХޥPS/2ޥΥץ⤢ޤ.
+ <p>2ĤΥפΥ󥽡뤫ɤ餫1Ĥɬפޤ.
+ ޤ X Window System Ѥ, XSERVERץͭ
+ ޤ. ޤХޥPS/2ޥΥץ⤢ޤ.
<descrip>
@@ -861,7 +860,7 @@
<p><tt>loop</tt> TCP/IPΰŪʥ롼ץХåǥХ
. telnet FTP <em>localhost</em> (<tt>127.0.0.1</tt>)
- ФƤȤεǥХ̤ƵäƤޤ.
+ ФƹԤʤȤεǥХ̤ƵäƤޤ.
ԲķǤ.
<tag>pseudo-device ether</tag>
@@ -1147,8 +1146,8 @@ controller wcd0
ݸΤ˾ޤǤ礦. Υեξܺ٤ˤĤƤ
<tt>man fbtab</tt> 򻲾ȤƤ.
- GENERIC˴ޤޤƤʤ˥ȥ꤬ƤʤǥХǤ,
- ʾδñʼ򤪤ʤȤˤʤޤ.
+ GENERIC˴ޤޤƤʤǥХϥȥ꤬ޤ󤫤,ʾ
+ δñʼ򤪤ʤȤˤʤޤ.
<quote><em/:/ ٤Ƥ SCSIȥƱ <tt>/dev</tt>
ȥѤޤΤǥΡɤɬפϤޤ. ޤͥ
diff --git a/ja/handbook/kerneldebug.sgml b/ja/handbook/kerneldebug.sgml
index 6afc64cce1..f9c8a6f9e9 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/kerneldebug.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/kerneldebug.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: kerneldebug.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:40 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: kerneldebug.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:30 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.10 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.12 -->
<chapt><heading>ͥǥХå<label id="kerneldebug"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/kernelopts.sgml b/ja/handbook/kernelopts.sgml
index 2312b73103..fcadc41795 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/kernelopts.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/kernelopts.sgml
@@ -1,5 +1,153 @@
-<!-- $Id: kernelopts.sgml,v 1.2 1996-12-23 21:19:30 max Exp $ -->
-<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 0 -->
+<!-- $Id: kernelopts.sgml,v 1.2.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:32 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- The FreeBSD Documentation Project -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.7 -->
-<chapt><heading>* Adding New Kernel Configuration Options<label id="kernelopts"></heading>
+<!-- <!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC '-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN'> -->
+
+<chapt><heading>ͥ륳ե졼οץɲä
+<label id="kernelopts"></heading>
+
+<p><em>: &a.joerg;</em>
+
+<p><em>: &a.yoshiaki; . <newline> 29 December 1996.</em>
+
+<em/:/ ξϤɤߤˤʤ <ref id="kernelconfig"
+name="FreeBSDͥΥե졼"> ξϤƤ
+򤷤ƤƤ.
+
+<sect><heading>⤽<em>ͥ ץ</em>äƲ?</heading>
+
+ <p>ͥ륪ץλȤϴŪˤ <ref
+ id="kernelconfig:options" name="FreeBSDͥΥե졼">
+ ξϤ˽񤤤Ƥޤ.
+ ˤϡŪʷפȡֿפΥץޤ.
+ ٤ƤΥͥΥץ򿷤ΤΤ֤, եե
+ <tt/config(8)/ ¹Ԥ˥ͥΥѥǥ쥯ȥ
+ <tt/make depend/ ¹Ԥ, ӥɥץưŪѹ줿
+ ץ򸡽Ф, ɬפʥեƥѥ뤹褦ˤ뤳Ȥ
+ ǽŪŪǤ. <tt/config(8)/ ¹Ԥ뤿Ӥ˸Ťѥǥ쥯ȥ
+ äƤޤߤΤ꤫, 䤬ƤʤʤʤǤ礦.
+
+ <p>Ū, ͥ륪ץϥͥΥѥץ
+ C ץץåΥޥˤޤ. ºݤŪ make Ǥ
+ 褦ˤ뤿ˤ, бʬΥͥ륽 (ޤϥͥ
+ <tt/.h/ ե) ץȤ褦ˤ餫񤫤Ƥʤ
+ ʤޤ. Ĥޤǥեͤ򥳥եեΥץ֤
+ 褦ˤʤäƤʤФʤޤ. ̤ϼΤ褦ˤʤäƤޤ.
+
+<verb>
+#ifndef THIS_OPTION
+#define THIS_OPTION (some_default_value)
+#endif /* THIS_OPTION */
+</verb>
+ <p>ξ, ԤեեΥץ̤ͤ򵭽Ҥ,
+ ǥեȤǤäƿ֤ͤޤ. ,
+ ͤϥץץåˤäƥ֤뤿,
+ ǥեȤͤȤƤˤ C μȤͭͤǤʤ
+ ʤޤ.
+
+ <p>ޤ, ñΥɤͭˤ뤫̵ˤ뤫ꤹ뤿
+ ͤʤץ뤳ȤǤޤ.
+
+<verb>
+#ifdef THAT_OPTION
+
+[ʤΥɤޤ]
+
+#endif
+</verb>
+ <p>եե <tt/THAT_OPTION/ ȵҤ (̵ͤͭ
+ ˤ餺) бʬΥɤȤ߹ޤޤ.
+
+ <p>C ˤ路ͤǤС֥եץפȤƤ
+ ϾʤȤĤ <tt/#ifdef/ ǻȤƤȤȤϤ
+ ǤǤ礦. Ȥ, οͤϼΤ褦ʤΤ
+ ߤ褦Ȥ뤫⤷ޤ.
+
+<verb>
+ options notyet,notdef
+</verb>
+ <p>Τ褦˥եե򤷤Ƥ, ͥΥѥ
+ ޤԤޤ. :-)
+
+ <p> (: Ȥ MATH_EMULATE Τ褦 ͭ/̵ΤΥѥ᥿
+ ʤץξ, ̵Ȥ뤿Υѥ᥿Ĥ, ץ
+ ǡ̵Ȥפ뤳ȤϤǤʤȤ̣Ǥ)
+
+ <p>餫, ǤդΥץ̾ͥ륽ĥ꡼ΤǤɤΤ褦
+ ȤƤ뤫ɤ뤳Ȥ񤷤ȤǤ. ΤȤ
+ <em// ΥץεΤͳطʤǤ.
+ ǤϤ줾Υץϥͥ륳ѥǥ쥯ȥˤ̡
+ <tt/.h/ եȤʤ, <tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> Ȥ̾
+ ޤ. ˡǤ, ̾ Makefile ΰ¸طŬѤ,
+ <tt/make/ ץϥץѹ줿˺ƥѥ뤬ɬפ
+ Τ򸫤Ĥ뤳ȤǤޤ.
+
+ <p>ŤΥץε, Ūʥץ¸Ūʥץ
+ Τ褦ʰŪѤȹͤ륪ץˤƤͭǤ.
+ Ĥޤ <tt/#ifdef/ 򥫡ͥΥɲäΤϴñǤ,
+ 줬Τޤޥͥ륳եץˤʤޤ.
+ ξ, ԤϥץѤˤ
+ ¸طİƤǤޤ (ޤ, ưǥͥΰʬ
+ Ū˺ƥѥ뤹ɬפ뤫⤷ޤ). ݡȤƤ
+ ץΤ٤ƤˤĤưĤǤѹ, <tt/config(8)/
+ ݡȤƤʤץ󤬥եեˤȤٹ
+ Фޤ, ͥ Makefile ˤϤޤޤ.
+
+<sect><heading>ǤϤɤΤ褦ˤɲäΤǤ礦?</heading>
+
+ <p>ǽ <tt>sys/conf/options</tt> (ޤ
+ <tt>sys/i386/conf/options.<em>&lt;arch&gt;</em></tt>, Ȥ
+ <tt>sys/i386/conf/options.i386</tt>) Խ, ץ
+ ޤΤ˺Ŭ <tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> եӤޤ.
+
+ <p>ץɬפʤʤäȤ, ޤ.
+ Ȥ, SCSI ֥ƥ˴ؤ뤹٤ƤΤդޤˤĤƤΥץ
+ ѹ <tt/opt_scsi.h/ ޤ. ǥեȤǤ, Ŭ
+ ʥץեñ˵Ҥޤ. Ȥ <tt/FOO/ Ǥ
+ ͤбե <tt/opt_foo.h/ ˳Ǽޤ. ϱü
+ Υե̾񤤤֤뤳ȤǤޤ.
+
+ <p>ץäΤ˻Ȥ
+ <tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> ʤϿ̾äƤ.
+ ̣Τ̾ <tt>options[<em>.&lt;arch&gt;</em>]</tt> ե
+ ˿ΥȤĤƤ. <tt/config(8)/ ϼưŪ
+ ѹ򸡽Ф, μ¹Ԥ (: <tt/.h/) ե
+ ޤ. ۤȤɤΥץϥإåեޤ.
+
+ <p>̤ΥץĤ <tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> ˤޤȤ
+ եեΰĤΥץѹȤ¿Υե뤬
+ ƥѥ뤵븶ˤʤޤ.
+
+ <p>ץ˰¸륫ͥեϺǽŪˤϸĤ
+ ޤ. , ץäб륽ɤˤ
+ ʤ̤Ǥ.
+
+<verb>
+ find /usr/src/sys -name type f | xargs fgrep NEW_OPTION
+</verb>
+ <p>ץб륽򸫤ĤΤ˾嵭ΥޥɤǤ.
+ Ĥ٤ƤΥեԽ, ɲä򤪤ʤޤ.
+
+<verb>
+#include "opt_foo.h"
+</verb>
+ <p><em>եƬ</em>, ٤Ƥ <tt/#include &lt;xxx.h&gt;/
+ ޤ. ξ, ץˤäƼΤ褦ˤƥǥե
+ ƤɸΥإåե֤ͤ뤿, ֤
+ פǤ.
+
+<verb>
+#ifndef NEW_OPTION
+#define NEW_OPTION (something)
+#endif
+</verb>
+
+
+ <p>ƥإåե (Ȥ <tt>/usr/include/sys/</tt> ˤ
+ ե) 򥪥ץ֤뤳Ȥ, ۤȤɤξǼԤޤ.
+ , إåե򿼹ʾ֤˲ƤޤΤ, include
+ ʤȥץͤˤä礬Ƥޤ,
+ ե <tt>opt_<em>foo</em>.h</tt> include ʤǤ.
+ , ߤΤ褦㤬Ĥ¸ߤƤޤ, ɬˡ
+ ǤϤޤ.
diff --git a/ja/handbook/linuxemu.sgml b/ja/handbook/linuxemu.sgml
index 2e60c77474..1e6e90d9cf 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/linuxemu.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/linuxemu.sgml
@@ -1,10 +1,10 @@
-<!-- $Id: linuxemu.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:43 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: linuxemu.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:34 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.13 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.17 -->
<chapt><heading>Linux ߥ졼<label id="linuxemu"></heading>
-<p><em>: &a.brian and &a.rich;</em>
+<p><em>: &a.handy and &a.rich;</em>
<p><em>: &a.kiroh;.<newline>24 September 1996.</em>
<sect><heading>Linux ߥ졼Υ󥹥ȡ</heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/lists.sgml b/ja/handbook/lists.sgml
index b293996930..b5d5f15b1f 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/lists.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/lists.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: lists.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:43 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: lists.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:36 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.6 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.8 -->
<!--
Names and email address of contributing authors and CVS committers
diff --git a/ja/handbook/mail.sgml b/ja/handbook/mail.sgml
index 9baadf6809..a4bda14124 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/mail.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/mail.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: mail.sgml,v 1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:56 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: mail.sgml,v 1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:32:38 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.3 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.9 -->
<!--
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
@@ -11,222 +11,273 @@
<author> &a.wlloyd;
<date> 24 Nov 1996, (c) 1996
<abstract> ΥǤ, FreeBSD ǤŻҥ᡼򥻥åȥåפ뤿δŪʾˤĤƽ񤫤Ƥޤ. </abstract>
-
+
<toc>
-->
<chapt><heading>Żҥ᡼<label id="mail"></heading>
-<sect><heading>û</heading>
<p><em>: &a.wlloyd;.</em>
-<p><em>: &a.mihoko;9 December 1996.</em>
-
-<p> Żҥ᡼, ȤȤγǰϴñʹޤ, Żҥ᡼
-ʣʻȤߤˤʤäƤޤ. 1ΥޥŻҥ᡼륷ƥ
-ñ˥åȥåפʾΤȤ򤷤ˤ, sendmail ˤĤƤ
-ܤäƻȤƤ.
-
- <sect1><heading></heading>
- <p>
- Żҥ᡼򴹤μפʥץ乽Ǥ, ˼ޤ.
- <sect2><heading>桼ץ</heading>
- <p> , <tt /elm, pine, mail/ , 줿 WWW ֥饦
+<p><em>: &a.mihoko;14 January 1997.</em>
+
+<p> Żҥ᡼Υե졼,
+¿ <ref name="ƥ" id="bibliography"> νҤǼ
+ȤƼ夲Ƥޤ.
+ͥåȥ˹碌᡼ۥȹۤƤۤ褦ʤȤ򤹤
+Τ, ñˤϤޤ.
+
+Żҥ᡼Υե졼ΰ, ɥᥤ͡ॷƥ
+(DNS) ˤä椵Ƥޤ. ʤȤ DNS Ф
+Ω夲ˤ, <bf><tt> /etc/namedb </tt></bf> ե
+ʤΥФ˹礦褦ѹƤ.
+˾ܤɬפʾˤ,'<bf><tt> man -k named </tt></bf>'
+ޥɤ¹ԤƤ.
+
+<sect><heading>ܻ</heading>
+
+ <p>
+ Żҥ᡼򴹤μפʥץ乽Ǥ, ˼ޤ.
+ <tt/᡼ۥ/ ϤʤΥۥȤͥåȥФ뤹٤
+ Żҥ᡼äꤹ륵ФǤ.
+
+ <sect1><heading>桼ץ</heading>
+ <p> , <tt /elm, pine, mail/ , 줿 WWW ֥饦
Τ褦ʥץǤ. Υץ, ñ
- ٤ƤΥ᡼᡼ۥžޤ. ž,
- <tt>sendmail</tt> ƤӽФ, ᡼ۥȤФ TCP
- ̿Ȥäƥ᡼뤫Τ줫ˤäƤʤޤ.
- <sect2><heading>ž - Sendmail</heading>
- <p> ̾, ΥץϥХå饦ɤǼ¹ԤƤ
- <tt /sendmail ޤ smail/ Ǥ. ¹Ԥ᤿,
- ޥɥ饤ѹˤ,
- <tt> /etc/sysconfig </tt> եԽޤ.
- ̤ͳ(ɲ-Firewall ʤɤ )ʤ,
- Τޤ, ¹ԤˤƤ٤Ǥ.
-
+ ٤ƤΥ᡼᡼ۥžޤ. ž,
+ <tt>sendmail</tt> ƤӽФ, ᡼ۥȤФ TCP
+ ̿Ȥäƥ᡼뤫Τ줫ˤäƤʤޤ.
+
+ <sect1><heading>᡼ۥȥХǡ</heading>
+ <p> ̾, ΥץϥХå饦ɤǼ¹ԤƤ
+ <tt /sendmail ޤ smail/ Ǥ. ¹Ԥ᤿,
+ ޥɥ饤ѹˤ,
+ <tt> /etc/sysconfig </tt> եԽޤ.
+ ̤ͳ(<ref name="ե" id="firewalls">
+ ۤƤʤ)ʤ, ¹ԤˤƤ٤Ǥ.
+
<p>
<tt>sendmail</tt> ϰʥȾǤäƤŪ˥ƥ
ˤʤ뤳ȤФƤƤ.
<tt>sendmail</tt> ΤĤΥСǤ, ƥ꤬
-ΤƤޤ.
-
- <p> <tt> sendmail </tt> , ؤΥ᡼ºݤ
- ۥȤꤹ뤿, DNS 򻲾Ȥޤ.
- <p> sendmail ϥ륭塼åФ,
- ԥ塼 sendmail إ󥿡ͥåȤ𤷤ޤ.
- <p> ޤ, sendmail Ϥεդ򤪤ʤȤǤޤ.
- Ĥޤ, åä, ޥ
- åݴɤޤ.
- <sect2><heading>POP </heading>
- <p> Υץϥ᡼ܥå᡼Ф,
- ֥饦˥᡼Ϥޤ. POP Ф򤢤ʤΥޥ
- ưˤ, ĤκȤ򤹤ɬפޤ.
+ΤƤޤ.
+
+<p><tt><bf> sendmail </bf></tt> , Żҥ᡼,
+ĤλŻ򤪤ʤޤ.
+
+<p><bf><tt/sendmail/ </bf> , Ȥγ¦إ᡼ɬפ
+, DNS 򻲾ȤΥ᡼ºݤΥۥȤꤷޤ.
+
+<p> <tt/sendmail/ ȤȤư,
+륭塼åФ, ¦
+ԥ塼 sendmail إ󥿡ͥåȤ𤷤ޤ.
+
+ <sect1><heading>DNS - ͡ॵӥ</heading>
+ <p> ɥᥤ͡ॷƥȤΥǡ <tt/named/ , ۥȤ
+IP ɥ쥹, ۥ̾᡼ۥȤؤΥޥåԥ󥰤򤪤ʤ
+ǡ١äƤޤ.
+IP ɥ쥹 "A" 쥳ɤޤ. "MX" 쥳ɤǤ,
+ʤΥ᡼᡼ۥȤޤ.
+⤷ ʤΥۥȰΥ᡼Ф "MX" 쥳ɤäƤʤˤ,
+᡼ϤʤΥۥȤľޤ.
+
+ʤʬȤ DNS Ф¹ԤƤʤˤ,
+DNS ξʬѹ뤳ȤϤǤޤ.
+󥿡ͥåȥץХѤƤˤ, ץХ˰ꤷ
+ѹƤäƤ.
+
+ <sect1><heading>POP </heading>
+ <p> Υץϥ᡼ܥå᡼Ф,
+ ֥饦˥᡼Ϥޤ. POP Ф򤢤ʤΥޥ
+ ưˤ, ĤκȤ򤹤ɬפޤ.
<itemize>
-<item>ports ѥå pop եȥꤹ.
-<item>POP Фɤ褦, <tt>/etc/inetd.conf</> եԽ.
+<item>pop եȥ
+<url url="../ports/mail.html" name="ports 쥯">
+ޤ.
+pop եȥ, <tt><bf> /usr/ports </bf></tt>
+ޤ ѥå쥯ˤޤ.
+Υϥɥ֥åˤ, <ref name="ݡ" id="ports"> ƥ
+ˤĤƤδʲΥ󤬤ޤ.
+<item>POP ФưǤ褦,
+<bf><tt>/etc/inetd.conf</tt></bf>
+եԽޤ.
</itemize>
-ꤷ pop ץˤ, ʸäƤޤΤ, ɤ
-.
-
-<sect1><heading>ե졼</heading>
+ꤷ pop ץˤʸ°ƤޤΤ, ɤ
+.
+
+</sect>
+
+<sect><heading>ե졼</heading>
+
+ <sect1><heading>ܻ</heading>
+<p>
+ʤΥޥ FreeBSD ̤˥󥹥ȡ뤷,
+<bf><tt> /etc/resolv.conf </tt></bf> եꤹ뤫,
+ޤϥ͡ॵФ餻,
+¾ΥۥȤŻҥ᡼뤳ȤǤ褦ˤʤޤ.
+ ʤΥۥȰΥ᡼ΥۥȤ褦ˤ
+ˤ, Ĥˡޤ.
+<p>
+- ͡ॵ ( <tt><bf>man -k named</></> ) ¹Ԥ,
+ʤȤΥɥᥤ <tt> smallminingco.com </tt> .
<p>
-ʤΥޥ FreeBSD ̤˥󥹥ȡ뤹, ¾
-ۥȤŻҥ᡼뤳ȤǤ褦ˤʤޤ.
-, ʤΥۥȤäƤ褦ʥ᡼뤬ʤȤǤ.
-å뤿Ӥ˼ư<tt>ֿɥ쥹</tt>
-Խ뤳Ȥޤʤʤ, ˤϤʤޤ.
+- ʤΥۥȤФ븽ߤ DNS ̾줿᡼.
+Ĥޤ <tt> dorm6.ahouse.school.edu </tt> 줿᡼.
+<p>
+󥿡ͥåȤش³줿ʤΥۥȤľܥ᡼뤬
+ˤ,
+͡ॵФΤɤΥץѤ뤫ϤޤפʤȤǤϤޤ.
+ڤʤΤ, ʤŪ IP ɥ쥹äƤʤƤϤʤ
+ȤǤ. ʥߥå PPP IP ɥ쥹ǤϥǤ.
+⤷ʤե¦ˤ,
+ե뤬 smtp ȥեå
+ʤΥۥȤϤ褦ꤵƤʤФޤ.
+Τˤ, եȤʤۥȤ
+<bf><tt> /etc/services </tt></bf>
+<verb>
+smtp 25/tcp mail #Simple Mail Transfer
+</verb>
+Ƚ񤤤Ƥޤ.
+ʤΥۥȾǥ᡼ˤ, DNS MX ȥ꤬
+ʤΥۥȥɥ쥹ؤƤ뤫,
+ʤΥۥȤ DNS ̾Ф MX ȥ꤬¸ߤʤȤ
+ǧƤ.
+
+
+Υޥɤ¹ԤƤߤƤ.
+<verb>
+newbsdbox# hostname
+newbsdbox.freebsd.org
+newbsdbox# host newbsdbox.freebsd.org
+newbsdbox.freebsd.org has address 204.216.27.xx
+</verb>
+
+⤷ʤΥޥ󤬾嵭ΥåϤʤ,
+<tt><bf>root@newbsdbox.freebsd.org</bf></tt> ؤΥ᡼, ʤ
+Ǥ礦.
+
+嵭Υå,
+<verb>
+newbsdbox# host newbsdbox.freebsd.org
+newbsdbox.FreeBSD.org has address 204.216.27.xx
+newbsdbox.FreeBSD.org mail is handled (pri=10) by freefall.FreeBSD.org
+</verb>
+ȤåϤ줿, ʤΥޥľ줿
+٤ƤΥ᡼, freefall Ʊ桼̾Ƥޤ.
+
+ξ, ʤΥɥᥤ͡ॵоꤷޤ.
+򤪤ʤۥȤ, <bf><tt> /etc/resolv.conf </tt></bf>
+˥ץ饤ޥ͡ॵФȤƽ񤤤ۥȤƱۥȤǤ٤Ǥ.
+
+᡼롼ƥ󥰾 DNS 쥳ɤ, ᡼륨󥸥㥨ȥ
+(MX ȥ) Ǥ. MX ȥ꤬¸ߤʤˤ,
+ɥ쥹쥳ɤˤä, ľܰۥȤޤ.
+
+freefall.freebsd.org θǤ MX ȥ, Τ褦ˤʤäƤޤ.
+<verb>
+ freefall MX 30 mail.crl.net
+ freefall MX 40 agora.rdrop.com
+ freefall HINFO Pentium FreeBSD
+ freefall MX 10 freefall.FreeBSD.org
+ freefall MX 20 who.cdrom.com
+ freefall A 204.216.27.xx
+ freefall CNAME www.FreeBSD.org
+</verb>
+
+freefall ¿ MX ȥäƤޤ.
+äȤ MX ͤۥȤ, ǽŪ˥᡼ޤ.
+⤷ freefall ¾ν˻ä, 󤷤Ƥ褦ʾˤ,
+¾ΥۥȤ, Ū˥᡼򥭥塼ˤޤ.
+
+Ȥ褯뤿ˤ, ؤ MX Ȥ, 줾
+̤ηϩǥ󥿡ͥåȤ³ƤȤ褤Ǥ礦.
+󥿡ͥåȥץХޤ¾δϢȤ, Υӥ
+󶡤뤳ȤǤޤ.
+
+<bf><tt>dig, nslookup, </tt></bf><bf><tt> host </tt></bf> ޥ
+Ȥ, ȤƤǤ.
+
+ <sect1><heading>ʤΥɥᥤ (ͥåȥ) Ф᡼<label id="mail:domain"></heading>
<p>
-Ʊ桼̾Ѥ, Żҥ᡼¾ΥۥȤǼ뤳ȤǤ
-褦ˤΤ, ŪñǤ.
-ξ, POP ޤ telnet ͳŻҥ᡼뤳ȤǤޤ.
+ͥåȥ᡼ۥȤ򥻥åȥåפ뤿ˤ, ٤Ƥ
+ơ󰸤Υ᡼ľܼɬפޤ.
+, <tt> *.smallminingco.com </tt> Τ٤ƤΥ᡼
+ϥå, Υ᡼򤢤ʤΥ᡼ۥȤǤġΥޥˤ
+ޤ.
+
+ΥơΥͥåȥ桼, Ƥ᡼
+POP telnet Ǽޤ.
Ʊ桼̾פΥ桼Ȥ, ξΥޥ¸ߤʤФ
ޤ. ɬפʤ, Ȥ뤿 <tt/adduser/
ޥɤѤƤ. <tt/shell/ <tt>/nonexistant</tt>
ꤹ, 桼ϥǤʤʤޤ.
-ѤͽΥ᡼ۥȤ, ʤΥۥȾǥ᡼򴹤
+ѤͽΥ᡼ۥȤ, ƥơ󤴤Ȥ˥᡼򴹤
Ǥ褦ꤵƤʤФʤޤ. , DNS (ʤ
-BIND named) ꤬ɬפǤ.ܺ٤, ͥåȥܤ򻲾ȤƤ.
+BIND named) ꤬ɬפǤ. ܺ٤, ͥåȥܤ򻲾ȤƤ.
Ūˤ, ʲιԤ DNS Фɲäɬפޤ.
-<verb>
-myhost.smalliap.com A xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ; Your ip
- MX 10 smtp.smalliap.com ; your mailhost
+<verb>
+pc24.smallminingco.com A xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ; Workstation ip
+ MX 10 smtp.smallminingco.com ; Your mailhost
</verb>
- DNS Ф餻ƤΤǤʤ, κȤ, ʬǤ
-ʤޤ. ʬ DNS Ф餻ʤ,
+ DNS Ф¹ԤƤΤǤʤ, κȤ, ʬǤ
+ʤޤ. ʬ DNS Ф¹Ԥʤ,
󥿡ͥåȥץХ˰ꤷ, Ȥ򤪤ʤäƤäƤ.
-κȤˤ, ʤΥۥȰΥ᡼,
+κȤˤ, Υơ󰸤Υ᡼,
MX (᡼륨󥸥) ۥȤ褦ˤʤޤ.
A 쥳ɤɤΥޥؤƤ뤫ɤȤˤϴطʤ,
᡼ MX ۥȤޤ.
<p>
-εǽ, ۥۥȤ뤿˻ѤƤޤ.
+εǽ, Żҥ᡼ۥ (Virtual Email Hosting)
+뤿˻ѤƤޤ.
<p>
<p>
-錄 foo.bar ȤɥᥤĸܵҤޤ. 錄
+foo.bar ȤɥᥤĸܵҤ,
foo.bar Υ᡼򤹤٤, 錄Υޥ
smtp.amalliap.com ꤿȻפäƤޤ.
Τ褦ʾ, ʤ DNS о, ʲΤ褦ʥȥ
ʤФʤޤ:
<verb>
-foo.bar MX 10 smtp.smalliap.com ; your mailhost
+foo.bar MX 10 smtp.smalliap.com ; your mailhost
</verb>
ΥɥᥤФŻҥ᡼ꤿʤ,
-A 쥳ɤɬפޤ.
+A 쥳ɤɬפޤ.
+Ĥޤ, <tt>foo.bar</tt> Ф륢ɥ쥹쥳ɤ¸ߤʤ¤,
+'<bf><tt>ping foo.bar</tt></bf>' ޥɤư뤳ȤԤƤ
-᡼ܥå˺ǽŪ뤿˥᡼ºݤ˼Ƥ
-᡼ۥȾǤ, sendmail ɤΥۥȤФƤΥ᡼դ
-뤫Τ餻ʤФʤޤ.
+᡼ܥåؤκǽŪԤ᡼ºݤ˼Ƥ
+᡼ۥȾǤ, sendmail ϥ᡼դƤۥȤ
+ΤäƤɬפޤ.
<p>Τˤ, (FEATURE(use_cw_file) ѤƤ)
-/etc/sendmail.cw ե myhost.smalliap.com ɲäƤ.
-ޤ, /etc/sendmail.cf ե, "Cw myhost.smalliap.com" ιԤ
-ɲäƤ.
-
-<p>ʤΥۥȾǼºݤ˥᡼뤿ˤ,
-ʤΥۥȤؤ褦ѹ줿 MX ȥ꤬ʤФޤ.
-ޤ, Cw Ԥ򤢤ʤΥޥ <tt>sendmail.cf</tt> ˵Ҥʤ
-Фʤޤ.
-
-<p>
-ʤ󥿡ͥåȤФƱʵפ³ΤǤʤ, ϰ
-ͤǤ. ᡼äƤƤޤǤ礦.
-
+/etc/sendmail.cw ե pc24.smallminingco.com ɲä뤫,
+<bf><tt>/etc/sendmail.cf</tt></bf> ե,
+"Cw myhost.smalliap.com" ιԤɲäƤ.
<p>
⤷ʤܵ <tt/sendmail/ ȤäƲ褦Ȼפʤ,
sendmail Υ򥤥󥹥ȡ뤹٤Ǥ.
ˤ, ΥɥȤդƤޤ.
-<ref name="UUCP sendmail" id="sendmailuucp"> <tt/sendmail/
+<ref name="UUCP Υåȥå" id="sendmailuucp"> <tt/sendmail/
ꤹΤɬפʾ󤬷ǺܤƤޤ.
-</sect>
-
-<sect><heading>褯 (FAQ)<label id="mailfaq"></heading>
- <sect1>
- <heading>ɤ 錄ΥȾˤۥȤФƴʷΥɥᥤ̾ (FQDN) ȤʤФʤ?</heading>
- <p>
- 餯, ΥۥȤϼºݤˤϰ㤦ɥᥤ°ƤΤǤ礦.
- 㤨, ⤷ʤ foo.bar.edu ɥᥤˤ,
- bar.edu ɥᥤΡmumbleפȤۥȤ³
- ޤ. ξ礢ʤ, mumbleפǤϤʤ
- mumble.bar.eduפȤ ʷΥɥᥤ̾ (FQDN) ˤ
- ƤΥۥȤ򻲾ȤʤФʤޤ.
- <p>
- Ū, BSD BIND ꥾ФǤϵƤޤ.
- ʤ, FreeBSD ˺ܤäƤ븽ߤ <em>BIND</em>
- СǤ, ʤ°ƤɥᥤʳǤ,
- ʷǤʤɥᥤ̾ФǥեȤξά
- ѤƤޤ.
- ŬڤǤʤۥ̾ <tt>mumble</tt> , <tt>mumble.foo.bar.edu</tt>
- ȤƤ褵٤Ǥ. ʤ, 롼ȥɥᥤ
- 򤷤ˤäƤޤޤ.
- <p>
- , <tt>mumble.bar.edu</tt> <tt>mumble.edu</tt>
- ͳƸ³褦ʲνȤϰۤʤޤ.
- ʤ줬, ˤϥƥۡȹͤ
- 褦ˤʤäͳˤĤƤ, RFC1535 򻲾ȤƤ.
- <p>
- 򤹤ˤ,
- <p><tt>
-search foo.bar.edu bar.edu
-</tt><p>
- ȤԤ
-
-<p><tt>
-domain foo.bar.edu
-</tt>
- ֤ޤ.
-
- <p>
- 򤢤ʤΥޥ <tt>/etc/resolv.conf</tt> ե
- ҤƤ. ʤ, , RFC 1535
- 񤫤Ƥ, ֥ȸδδ֤ζ
- ۤʤȤ, 餫ǧƤ.
-
- </sect1>
-
- <sect1><heading>Sendmail ``mail loops back to myself'' Ȥ
-顼Фޤ</heading>
- <p>
- ˤĤƤ, sendmail FAQ , Τ褦
- ޤ:-
- <verb>
- * Τ褦 Local configuration errorפȤå
- Фޤ:
-
- 553 relay.domain.net config error: mail loops back to myself
- 554 <user@domain.net>... Local configuration error
- ɤäƲ褹Ф褤Ǥ礦?
- MX 쥳ɤȤä, ɥᥤ(: domain.net)˥᡼
- Υۥ(ξ, relay.domain.net)ž褦ꤷ
- ޤ. ѥۥȤ, Ȥ domain.net ȤǧƤޤ.
- (FEATURE(use_cs_file) ѤƤ)
- /etc/sendmail.cw , domain.net ɲäƤ.
- ޤ, Cw domain.netפ /etc/sendmail.cf ɲäƤ
- .
- </verb>
+<sect1>
+ <heading> UUCP Υåȥå<label id="sendmailuucp"></heading>
+<p><em>褯 (FAQ) ȴ.</em>
<p>
- sendmail FAQ , <tt>/usr/src/usr.sbin/sendmail</tt> ˤ
- ޤ. ֤ҤȤҤͤꤷץ᡼
- 򤷤ȻפäƤʤ, FAQ ɤळȤ򤪤ᤷޤ.
-
- <sect1>
- <heading>UUPC Ȥäƥ᡼򤪤ʤˤϤɤ餤?<label id="sendmailuucp"></heading>
-
<p>
- FreeBSD ˺ܤäƤ sendmail Υե졼,
+ FreeBSD ° sendmail Υե졼,
ľܥ󥿡ͥå³Ƥ륵Ȥ˹礦褦˺Ƥ
ޤ. ᡼ UUCP ͳǸ򴹤褦ˤˤ,
̤ sendmail ե졼ե򥤥󥹥ȡ뤷
ʤФʤޤ.
-
<p>
<tt>/etc/sendmail.cf</tt> ưǺ뤳Ȥ,
ʤȤȹͤƤޤ. sendmail ΥС 8
@@ -234,17 +285,15 @@ domain foo.bar.edu
ե졼եˡƤޤ.
ξ, ºݤ˼ưǺե졼,
ºݤΥե졼ʷǤ.
- ʲξˤ륳ե졼եѤƤ
- .
-
+ ʲξˤ륳ե졼եѤƤ.
<verb>
/usr/src/usr.sbin/sendmail/cf
</verb>
ƥˤ٤ƤΥ򥤥󥹥ȡ뤷
- ʤ, sendmail ꥹåդ,
- tar ǤޤȤƤˤʬ䤷Ƥʪ, Ÿʤ
- ʤޤ. CD-ROM ޥȤƤ, ʲΤ褦ˤޤ.
+ ʤ, sendmail ġԴʤޤޤǤ,
+ ϸ̤Υʪˤޤ.
+ CD-ROM ޥȤƤ, ʲΤ褦ˤޤ.
<verb>
cd /usr/src
@@ -254,7 +303,7 @@ domain foo.bar.edu
äʤǤ. ϤäɴХȤΥΥե
Ǥ.
<tt>cf</tt> ǥ쥯ȥˤ <tt>README</tt> ե
- ˤ, m4 ե졼δŪʾҲ𤬽񤫤Ƥ
+ ˤ, m4 ե졼δŪʾҲ𤬽񤫤Ƥ
ޤ.
<p>
@@ -305,7 +354,7 @@ domain foo.bar.edu
Ǥޤ. ͳˤĤ, Ǥϼ䤷ʤǤ.
.UUCP ۥɥᥤ󥢥ɥ쥹򰷤ȤǤ륤󥿡ͥå
ۥ̾񤤤Ƥ.
- 餯, Ѥ ISP Υ᡼ѥۥ̾򤽤Ϥ
+ 餯, Ѥ ISP Υ᡼ѥۥ̾򤽤˵Ҥ
Ȥˤʤޤ.
<p>
@@ -329,8 +378,8 @@ domain foo.bar.edu
Ǥ. ϤλԤ, ɥᥤ󥢥ɥ쥹ꤵ줿᡼뤬
ǥեȥ롼Ȥ, ѥû̡פ,
UUCP Ȥ˥᡼뤿Ǥ.
- ιԤ, ᡼ SMTP ѤƤ롦
- ͥåȡɥᥤΥޥ뤿Ǥ.
+ ιԤ, ᡼ SMTP ѤƤ
+ ͥåȥɥᥤΥޥ뤿Ǥ.
Ǹ, UUCP ³Ƥɥᥤ, .UUCP Ȥۥ
ᥤɽƤǤ. ,
uucp-neighbor!recipientפǥեȵ§ǽ񴹤뤿
@@ -375,8 +424,83 @@ domain foo.bar.edu
> ^D
j@uriah 192%
</verb>
-
-<sect1><heading>륢å PPP ۥȤŻҥ᡼ȤˤϤɤ餤?</heading>
+</sect>
+
+<sect><heading>褯 (FAQ)<label id="mailfaq"></heading>
+
+<p><em>Υ, FAQ ưƤޤ.</em>
+
+ <sect1>
+
+ <heading>ɤ ƱȤΥۥȤФƴʷΥɥᥤ̾ (FQDN) ȤʤФʤ?</heading>
+ <p>
+ 餯, ΥۥȤϼºݤˤϰ㤦ɥᥤ°ƤΤǤ礦.
+ 㤨, ⤷ʤ foo.bar.edu ɥᥤˤ,
+ bar.edu ɥᥤΡmumbleפȤۥȤ³
+ ޤ. ξ礢ʤ, mumbleפǤϤʤ
+ mumble.bar.eduפȤʷΥɥᥤ̾ (FQDN) ˤ
+ ƤΥۥȤ򻲾ȤʤФʤޤ.
+ <p>
+ Ū, BSD BIND ꥾ФǤϵƤޤ.
+ ʤ, FreeBSD °븽ߤ <em>BIND</em>
+ СǤ, ʬ°ƤɥᥤʳǤ,
+ ʷǤʤɥᥤ̾ФǥեȤξά
+ ѤǤޤ.
+ Ǥ, Ǥʤۥ̾ <tt>mumble</tt> ,
+ <tt>mumble.foo.bar.edu</tt> ȤƲ褵뤫,
+ 롼ȥɥᥤ˸ˤǤ礦.
+ <p>
+ , <tt>mumble.bar.edu</tt>, <tt>mumble.edu</tt>
+ Ȥ褦˸³褦ʲưȤϰۤʤޤ.
+ ʤ줬, ˤϥƥۡȹͤ
+ 褦ˤʤäͳˤĤƤ, RFC1535 򻲾ȤƤ.
+ <p>
+ 򤹤ˤ,
+ <p><tt>
+search foo.bar.edu bar.edu
+</tt><p>
+ ȤԤ
+
+<p><tt>
+domain foo.bar.edu
+</tt>
+ ֤ޤ.
+
+ <p>
+ ʬΥޥ <tt>/etc/resolv.conf</tt> ե
+ ҤƤ. ʤ, , RFC 1535
+ 񤫤Ƥ, ֥ȸδδ֤ζ
+ ۤʤȤ, 餫ǧƤ.
+
+ </sect1>
+
+ <sect1><heading>Sendmail ``mail loops back to myself'' Ȥ顼Фޤ</heading>
+ <p>
+ ˤĤƤ, sendmail FAQ , Τ褦
+ ޤ:-
+ <verb>
+ * Τ褦 Local configuration errorפȤå
+ Фޤ:
+
+ 553 relay.domain.net config error: mail loops back to myself
+ 554 <user@domain.net>... Local configuration error
+
+ ɤäƲ褹Ф褤Ǥ礦?
+
+ MX 쥳ɤȤä, ɥᥤ(: domain.net)˥᡼
+ Υۥ (ξ, relay.domain.net) ž褦ꤷ
+ Ƥޤ, ѥۥȤϼȤ domain.net ǤȤǧ
+ Ƥޤ.
+ (FEATURE(use_cs_file) ѤƤ)
+ /etc/sendmail.cw , domain.net ɲäƤ.
+ ޤ, Cw domain.netפ /etc/sendmail.cf ɲäƤ.
+ </verb>
+ <p>
+ sendmail FAQ , <tt>/usr/src/usr.sbin/sendmail</tt>
+ ޤ. ֤äȶŤäץ᡼
+ 򤷤, FAQ ɤळȤ򤪤ᤷޤ.
+
+<sect1><heading>륢å PPP ۥȤŻҥ᡼ȤˤϤɤ餤?</heading>
<p>
LAN ˤ FreeBSD ޥ, 󥿡ͥåȤ³
ޤ. FreeBSD ޥ, LAN ǤΥ᡼륲ȥˤʤޤ.
@@ -409,7 +533,7 @@ bigco.com. MX 10 bigco.com.
ץ饤ޥ MX Ȥ˥᡼褦, ʤΥۥȤ³
ޤ.
-󥹥ץȤȤ, Τ褦ʤΤȤɤǤ礦.
+󥹥ץȤȤ, Τ褦ʤΤȤȤ褤Ǥ礦.
<verb>
#!/bin/sh
# Put me in /usr/local/bin/pppbigco
@@ -435,14 +559,14 @@ bigco.com. MX 10 bigco.com.
> Фʤޤ.
>
> ٤ƤΥ᡼򺣤뤿 sendmail 륳ޥɤϤ
-> Ǥ礦?䤿Υޥˤ, 桼ϥ롼 (root)
+> Ǥ礦? 䤿Υޥˤ, 桼ϥ롼 (root)
> äƤޤ.
sendmail.cf privacy flags ,
Opgoaway,restrictqrunפޤ.
root ʳΥ桼塼Ǥ褦ˤˤ,
-restrictqrun Ƥ. ޤ, MX ĴɬפΤޤ.
+restrictqrun Ƥ. ޤ, MX Ĵɬפ⤷ޤ.
ʤ, ܵҤΥȤФͥ٤ι⤤ MX ʤΤ,
Τ褦ޤ:
@@ -453,7 +577,7 @@ OwTrue
Τ褦ˤ, ⡼ȥȤΥ᡼뤬, ܵҤΥޥ³
褦Ȥ, ľܤʤΥۥȥޥ褦ˤʤޤ.
ۥȥޥ줿᡼, ³ƸܵҤΥޥޤ.
-ϥۥ̾ˤΤͭʤΤ, ܵҤΥᥤޥ,
+ϥۥ̾ˤΤͭʤΤ, ܵҤΥ᡼ޥ,
host.customer.comפȤ̤, customer.comפɬפ
ޤ. DNS , customer.comפФ A 쥳ɤƤ.
</verb>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/memoryuse.sgml b/ja/handbook/memoryuse.sgml
index b93c88ed45..eb01c8fa98 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/memoryuse.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/memoryuse.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: memoryuse.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:40 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: memoryuse.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:40 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.7 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.9 -->
<sect><heading>PC ˤ<label id="memoryuse"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/mirrors.sgml b/ja/handbook/mirrors.sgml
index b60533d76a..ca4988f7c2 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/mirrors.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/mirrors.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: mirrors.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:40 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: mirrors.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:41 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.41 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.53 -->
<!--
<!doctype linuxdoc public "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
@@ -8,13 +8,9 @@
<chapt><heading>FreeBSD ˡ<label id="mirrors"></heading>
-<p>FreeBSD θʾ anonymous FTP ˤäưʲξ꤫
-Ǥޤ:
-<quote>
-<url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
-name="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD">
-</quote>
-ޤ Walnut Creek CDROM ФƤ CD-ROM Ǥޤ:
+<sect><heading>CD-ROM Ǽ</heading>
+
+<p>FreeBSD Walnut Creek CDROM ФƤ CD-ROM Ǥޤ:
<quote>
Walnut Creek CDROM<newline>
1547 Palos Verdes Mall, Suite 260<newline>
@@ -25,14 +21,25 @@ name="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD">
WWW: <url url="http://www.cdrom.com/" name="http://www.cdrom.com/">
</quote>
+<sect><heading>FTP <label id="mirrors-ftp"></heading>
+
+<p>FreeBSD θʾ anonymous FTP ˤäưʲξ꤫
+Ǥޤ:
+<quote>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
+name="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD">.
+</quote>
+
<p>, FreeBSD ϰʲΥߥ顼Ȥ anonymous FTP ˤä
Ǥޤ. ⤷ FreeBSD anonymous FTP ˤäƼˤ,
᤯ΥȤѤ褦ˤƤ.
+<ref id="mirrors-ar" name="Argentina">,
<ref id="mirrors-au" name="Australia">,
<ref id="mirrors-br" name="Brazil">,
<ref id="mirrors-ca" name="Canada">,
<ref id="mirrors-cz" name="Czech Republic">,
+<ref id="mirrors-dk" name="Denmark">,
<ref id="mirrors-ee" name="Estonia">,
<ref id="mirrors-fi" name="Finland">,
<ref id="mirrors-fr" name="France">,
@@ -53,8 +60,21 @@ name="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD">
<ref id="mirrors-us" name="USA">,
<ref id="mirrors-uk" name="UK">.
-
<descrip>
+<tag><label id="mirrors-ar">를</tag>
+
+꤬ϡΥɥᥤ
+<url url="mailto:hostmaster@ar.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
+ϢƤ
+
+<itemize>
+
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.ar.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp.ar.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+
+</itemize>
+
<tag><label id="mirrors-au">ȥꥢ</tag>
꤬, Υɥᥤ
@@ -134,6 +154,20 @@ name="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD">
</itemize>
+<tag><label id="mirrors-dk">ǥޡ</tag>
+
+꤬ϡΥɥᥤ
+<url url="mailto:hostmaster@dk.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
+ϢƤ
+
+<itemize>
+
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.dk.freeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp.dk.freeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+
+</itemize>
+
<tag><label id="mirrors-ee">ȥ˥</tag>
꤬, Υɥᥤ
@@ -311,38 +345,51 @@ name="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD">
<tag><label id="mirrors-pl">ݡ</tag>
+꤬ϡΥɥᥤ
+<url url="mailto:hostmaster@pl.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
+ϢƤ
+
<itemize>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://SunSITE.icm.edu.pl/pub/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://SunSITE.icm.edu.pl/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
- Ϣ: <url url="mailto:ftp@SunSITE.icm.edu.pl"
- name="ftp@SunSITE.icm.edu.pl">.
+<url url="ftp://ftp.pl.freebsd.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp.pl.freebsd.ORG/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
</itemize>
<tag><label id="mirrors-pt">ݥȥ</tag>
+꤬, Υɥᥤ
+<url url="mailto:hostmaster@pt.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
+ϢƤ.
+
<itemize>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://ftp.ua.pt/pub/misc/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://ftp.ua.pt/pub/misc/FreeBSD"><newline>
- Ϣ: <url url="mailto:archie@ua.pt"
- name="archie@ua.pt">.
-
+<url url="ftp://ftp.pt.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp.pt.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp2.pt.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp2.pt.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
</itemize>
<tag><label id="mirrors-ru"></tag>
+꤬, Υɥᥤ
+<url url="mailto:hostmaster@ru.FreeBSD.ORG" name="hostmaster">
+ϢƤ.
+
<itemize>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://ftp.kiae.su/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://ftp.kiae.su/FreeBSD"><newline>
- Ϣ: <url url="mailto:ftp@ftp.kiae.su"
- name="ftp@ftp.kiae.su">.
-
+<url url="ftp://ftp.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp2.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp2.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp3.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp3.ru.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD"><newline>
</itemize>
<tag><label id="mirrors-za">եꥫ</tag>
@@ -455,8 +502,8 @@ name="ftp://ftp.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/FreeBSD">
<url url="ftp://ftp2.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/walnut.creek/FreeBSD"
name="ftp://ftp2.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/walnut.creek/FreeBSD"><newline>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://ftp3.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/BSD/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://ftp3.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/BSD/FreeBSD"><newline>
+<url url="ftp://ftp3.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/unix/FreeBSD"
+ name="ftp://ftp3.uk.FreeBSD.ORG/pub/unix/FreeBSD"><newline>
</itemize>
@@ -516,7 +563,8 @@ secure (DES) eBones (Kerberos)
</descrip>
-<label id="mirrors-ctm">
+<sect><heading>CTM <label id="mirrors-ctm"></heading>
+
<p>CTM/FreeBSD ϰʲΥߥ顼Ȥ anonymous FTP ˤä
Ǥޤ. ⤷ CTM anonymous FTP ˤäƼˤ,
᤯ΥȤѤ褦ˤƤ.
@@ -524,8 +572,7 @@ secure (DES) eBones (Kerberos)
꤬, &a.phk;ϢƤ.
<descrip>
-<tag>ե˥</tag>
-
+<tag>ե˥, ե󥷥, ʥ</tag>
<itemize>
<item>
<url url="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CTM"
@@ -533,30 +580,35 @@ secure (DES) eBones (Kerberos)
</itemize>
-<tag>ǥޡ</tag>
-
+<tag>ɥ, ٥</tag>
<itemize>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://sunsite.auc.dk/mirrors/freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CTM"
- name="ftp://sunsite.auc.dk/mirrors/freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CTM"><newline>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CTM"
+ name="ftp://ftp.cs.tu-berlin.de/pub/FreeBSD/CTM"><newline>
</itemize>
-<tag>ɥ</tag>
-
+<tag>ɥ, ȥꥨ</tag>
<itemize>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://ftp6.de.freebsd.org/pub/bsd/CTM/FreeBSD"
- name="ftp://ftp6.de.freebsd.org/pub/bsd/CTM/FreeBSD"><newline>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.uni-trier.de/pub/unix/systems/BSD/FreeBSD/FreeBSD-current/CTM"
+ name="ftp://ftp.uni-trier.de/pub/unix/systems/BSD/FreeBSD/FreeBSD-current/CTM"><newline>
</itemize>
-<tag></tag>
+<tag>եꥫ, ctm, sup, CVSupʤɤθŤʬեΥХååץ</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.internat.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/CTM"
+ name="ftp://ftp.internat.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/CTM"><newline>
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>/̱, 㡼(ŵ)</tag>
<itemize>
<item>
-<url url="ftp://ftp.iii.org.tw/OS/FreeBSD/00MIRROR/freefall.freebsd.org/CTM"
- name="ftp://ftp.iii.org.tw/OS/FreeBSD/00MIRROR/freefall.freebsd.org/CTM"><newline>
+<url url="ftp://ftp.ccu.edu.tw/pub/freebsd/CTM"
+ name="ftp://ftp.ccu.edu.tw/pub/freebsd/CTM"><newline>
</itemize>
</descrip>
@@ -567,3 +619,85 @@ secure (DES) eBones (Kerberos)
name="http://ftpsearch.ntnu.no/ftpsearch">
<url url="http://ftpsearch.ntnu.no/" name="FTP search"> Ƥ.
FTP search ϥΥ륦 Trondheim ˤ, ե꡼餷 ֥ФǤ.
+
+<sect><heading>CVSup <label id="mirrors-cvsup"></heading>
+
+<p>FreeBSD CVSup ФϰʲΥȤDzƯƤޤ:
+
+<descrip>
+
+<tag>를</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.ar.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:msagre@cactus.fi.uba.ar" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>ȥꥢ</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.au.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:dawes@physics.usyd.edu.au" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>ɥ</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.de.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:wosch@cs.tu-berlin.de" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag></tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.jp.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:simokawa@sat.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag></tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.nl.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:xaa@stack.nl" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>Υ륦</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.no.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:Tor.Egge@idt.ntnu.no" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>եꥫ</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.za.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:markm@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag></tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>sup.tw.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:jdli@freebsd.csie.nctu.edu.tw" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+<tag>ꥫ</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+<item>cvsup2.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+<item>cvsup4.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+<item>cvsup5.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:skynyrd@opus.cts.cwu.edu" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+</descrip>
+
+FreeBSD ͢е줿 (eBones secure) CVSup ͳǰʲ
+ιŪʥݥȥ꤫Ǥޤ. ꥫ罰䥫ʥʳ˵
+, ΥȤȤä͢е줿ɤꤷƤ.
+
+<descrip>
+
+<tag>եꥫ</tag>
+<itemize>
+<item>cvsup.internat.FreeBSD.ORG
+(<url url="mailto:markm@FreeBSD.ORG" name="maintainer">)
+</itemize>
+
+</descrip>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/nfs.sgml b/ja/handbook/nfs.sgml
index 650cb8f8b7..e622f6cbaa 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/nfs.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/nfs.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: nfs.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:02:58 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: nfs.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:32:44 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.7 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.9 -->
<sect><heading>NFS<label id="nfs"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/nutshell.sgml b/ja/handbook/nutshell.sgml
index 508705cf85..c0433a3602 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/nutshell.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/nutshell.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: nutshell.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:40 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: nutshell.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:47 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.10 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.12 -->
<sect><heading>FreeBSD Ȥ<label id="nutshell"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/pgpkeys.sgml b/ja/handbook/pgpkeys.sgml
index 47a2cc182d..0f802b88f7 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/pgpkeys.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/pgpkeys.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: pgpkeys.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:43 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: pgpkeys.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:49 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.9 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.18 -->
<chapt><heading>PGP <label id="pgpkeys"></heading>
@@ -82,48 +82,47 @@ Poul-Henning Kamp &lt;phk@FreeBSD.org&gt;
Fingerprint = A3 F3 88 28 2F 9B 99 A2 49 F4 E2 FA 5A 78 8B 3E
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-Version: 2.6.3i
+Version: 2.6.3ia
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<sect1><heading>&a.joerg</heading><p>
<tscreen><verb>
-Joerg Wunsch &lt;j@uriah.heep.sax.de&gt;
-Fingerprint = DC 47 E6 E4 FF A6 E9 8F 93 21 E0 7D F9 12 D6 4E
+J&ouml;rg Wunsch &lt;joerg_wunsch@uriah.heep.sax.de&gt;
+Key fingerprint = DC 47 E6 E4 FF A6 E9 8F 93 21 E0 7D F9 12 D6 4E
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+<sect1><heading>&a.jmb</heading><p>
+
+<tscreen><verb>
+Jonathan M. Bresler &lt;jmb@FreeBSD.org&gt;
+Key fingerprint = 31 57 41 56 06 C1 40 13 C5 1C E3 E5 DC 62 0E FB
+
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+
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+
+<tscreen><verb>
+Guido van Rooij &lt;guido@gvr.win.tue.nl&gt;
+Fingerprint = 16 79 09 F3 C0 E4 28 A7 32 62 FA F6 60 31 C0 ED
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diff --git a/ja/handbook/policies.sgml b/ja/handbook/policies.sgml
index 8c0b867c60..1de50b755b 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/policies.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/policies.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: policies.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:03:01 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: policies.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:32:50 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.8 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.11 -->
<chapt><heading>ĥ꡼Υɥ饤󤪤
<label id="policies">
@@ -32,9 +32,10 @@
<p>ΰ̣ϼΤȤǤ:
<p>ݼôԤΥɤͭ, ΥɤФǤ
-Ƥޤ. ʤ, οͤΥɤ˴ؤХۼȥ֥
+Ƥޤ. ʤ, οͤΥɤ˴ؤХνȥ֥
Ф򤷤ޤ. ޤ, Υɤ£եȥξˤ,
-ΥեȥοСŬڤɽƤޤ.
+ΥեȥοСŬڤɽȤ򤽤οͤԤ
+ޤ.
<p>ݼôԤƤǥ쥯ȥФѹ򤪤ʤ,
ѹ򤪤ʤ, ѹƤݼôԤä,
diff --git a/ja/handbook/porting.sgml b/ja/handbook/porting.sgml
index 13039e4ec6..2446f3b138 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/porting.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/porting.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: porting.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:03:04 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: porting.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:32:52 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.49 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.69 -->
<sect1><heading>ե꡼եȥΰܿ<label id="porting"></heading>
@@ -50,24 +50,41 @@ Ports쥯ˤĤƤΤ˺٤ƯˤĤƤ, Υե
<tt>&lt;sys/param.h&gt;</tt>Ƥޤ. Υե뤬
Ǥ˥󥯥롼ɤƤФ褤ΤǤ, ⤷Ǥʤ
ˤϰʲΥɤ, <tt>.c</tt> եŬʾ˲
- , Makefile<tt>CFLAGS</tt><tt>-D_HAVE_PARAM_H</tt>
Ƥ.
<tscreen><verb>
-#ifdef _HAVE_PARAM_H
+#ifdef (defined(__unix__) || defined(unix)) && !defined(USG)
#include <sys/param.h>
#endif
</verb></tscreen>
- , Τ褦ˤƤΥɤ4.3 Net2ɥ١, ޤ
- 꿷 (: FreeBSD 1.x, 4.3/Reno, NetBSD 0.9, 386BSD,
- BSD/386 1.1Ȥ) ξǥѥ뤵Ƥ뤫򸡽ФǤޤ.
+ <p>Υܥ뤬Ƥ뤹٤ƤΥƥˤ
+ sys/param.h ϤǤ. ⤷, Ǥʤƥȯ
+ 桹ˤⶵƤ.
+ <htmlurl url='mailto:ports@FreeBSD.org' name='ports@FreeBSD.org'>
+ ޤǥ᡼äƤ.
+
+ <p>뤤, GNU Autoconf ΥѤ뤳ȤǤޤ,
+
+<tscreen><verb>
+#ifdef HAVE_SYS_PARAM_H
+#include <sys/param.h>
+#endif
+</verb></tscreen>
+
+ ˡѤȤˤ, Makefile <tt>CFLAGS</tt>
+ <tt>-DHAVE_SYS_PARAM_H</tt> ä뤳Ȥ˺ʤ褦ˤƤ
+ .
+
+ ä<tt>&lt;sys/param.h&gt;</tt>󥯥롼ɤ,
<tscreen><verb>
#if (defined(BSD) && (BSD >= 199103))
</verb></tscreen>
- ޤ,
+ Τ褦ˤƤΥɤ4.3 Net2ɥ١, ޤ
+ 꿷 (: FreeBSD 1.x, 4.3/Reno, NetBSD 0.9, 386BSD,
+ BSD/386 1.1Ȥ) ξǥѥ뤵Ƥ뤫򸡽ФǤޤ.
<tscreen><verb>
#if (defined(BSD) && (BSD >= 199306))
@@ -77,6 +94,13 @@ Ports쥯ˤĤƤΤ˺٤ƯˤĤƤ, Υե
2.x, 4.4, NetBSD 1.0, BSD/386 2.0Ȥʸ) ξǥѥ뤵
Ƥ뤫ɤ򸡽Ф뤿˻Ѥޤ.
+ 4.4BSD-Lite2 ɥ١Ǥ, BSD ޥͤ 199506 ˤʤ
+ Ƥޤ. ϻ٤ΰ̣礤ޤ.
+ 4.4-Lite ١ FreeBSD 4.4-Lite2 Ǥѹޡ줿
+ СȤ̤Τ˻Ѥ٤ΤǤϤޤ.
+ ŪΤˤ, __FreeBSD__ ޥ򤫤˻ѤƤ
+ .
+
<p>ʲϹܤ˻ȤäƤ.
<itemize>
@@ -119,11 +143,19 @@ Ports쥯ˤĤƤΤ˺٤ƯˤĤƤ, Υե
2.1.5-RELEASE: 199607
2.2-current (2.1.6): 199608
2.1.6-RELEASE: 199612
-2.2-RELEASE: 199701
-3.0-current (1997ǯ2) 199702 (꡼ФѤޤ)
+2.1.7-RELEASE: 199612
+2.2-RELEASE: 220000
+3.0-current (1997ǯ2) 300000 (꡼ФѤޤ)
</verb></tscreen>
-Ƥ̤, ǯȤեޥåȤˤʤäƤޤ.
-
+ Ƥ̤, ǯȤեޥåȤˤʤäƤޤ,
+ С 2.2 , ľŪ˥᥸㡼/ޥʡֹȤ
+ 褦ѹˤʤޤ. ¹ԤƤĤΥ֥(ʬ줷
+ С)ȯˤ, ꡼ꥹ줿դǤ
+ ꡼ʬह뤳ȤԲǽǤ.
+ (ʤ port Ȥ, Ť -current ãˤĤƿ
+ ɬפϤޤ. ϻͤΤ˵󤲤Ƥˤ
+ .)
+
</itemize>
<p>ޤ, ɴportƤޤ,
@@ -262,7 +294,7 @@ lib/X11/oneko/mouse.xpm
, ư뤳ȤǧƤ.
<sect3>
- <heading><label id="porting:submitting">Port</heading>
+ <heading>Port<label id="porting:submitting"></heading>
<p>, ʤport­, ȤϤFreeBSDΥᥤ
portsĥ꡼֤, ˻ȤäƤ餦Ǥ. Τ
@@ -896,12 +928,12 @@ FETCH_DEPENDS= ncftp2:${PORTSDIR}/net/ncftp2
ȤääƤ. (㤨, ѹΥǥ쥯ȥ꤬
`<tt>superedit.bak</tt>' Ȥ̾ǤȤäƤ, ѹΤ
`<tt>superedit</tt>' äƤʤ, `<tt>diff -ru
- superedit.bak superedit</tt>' η̤äƤ. ) ⤷
- ¿, ѥåportΤ礭ʤˤ,
- ˽Ҥ٤ˤäƿportΤ<ref
- id="porting:submitting" name="åץ">Ƥ.
- ξˤ, <tt>send-pr(1)</tt> Ȥäƥ᡼Τ˺
- ʤ褦ˤƤ.
+ superedit.bak superedit</tt>' η̤äƤ. )
+ diff νϤ򸫤, ٤ƤѹʤƤ뤫ǧƤ.
+ ѹսˤĤƤ, <tt>send-pr</tt> diff νϷ̤ƻ䤿
+ äƤ餦Τ֤褤Ǥ. commit ݤ CVS Τ˵Ҥ
+ ФʤʤΤ, դäꤷե뤬ä,
+ ˤĤƽ񤤤ƤƤ.
<sect2>
<heading>äƤȤȤʤ</heading>
@@ -959,6 +991,14 @@ MAN8= baz.8
<p>ʤ, Imake Ȥäƥѥ뤵 X ץꥱ
ξϤλɬפޤ.
+ <p><tt>PREFIX</tt>ʳΥǥ쥯ȥβ˥ޥ˥奢֤
+ 褦portǤ<tt>MANPREFIX</tt>ꤹ뤳Ȥ
+ Ǥޤ. , ΥΥޥ˥奢, ɸǤ
+ ʤ˥󥹥ȡ뤹(㤨¿ Perl Υ
+ 塼 ports ξ)ˤ, ġΥޥ˥奢Υѥ
+ <tt>MAN<em>sect</em>PREFIX</tt> (<em>sect</em>, 1 9
+ ޤ, L N ɽ路ޤ) ˤäƻǤޤ.
+
<sect3>
<heading>INSTALL_* ޥ</heading>
<p> ʤȤ *-install åȤǥե⡼ɤ
@@ -1041,10 +1081,10 @@ MAN8= baz.8
<tt>NOPORTDOCS</tt>ˤĤƤϵˤʤǤ.)
<p>(Package)󥹥ȡԤäƤ桼Фƥå
- ɽˤ, Υå <tt>pkg/DISPLAY</tt>
+ ɽˤ, Υå <tt>pkg/MESSAGE</tt>
֤ȤǤޤ. εǽ, pkg_add Ȥ
ɲäΥ󥹥ȡ, 饤󥹾ɽΤ
- . (: DISPLAY ե pkg/PLIST ˲äɬפϤ
+ . (: MESSAGE ե pkg/PLIST ˲äɬפϤ
.
<sect3>
@@ -1222,8 +1262,8 @@ lib/libtcl.so.7.3
# Whom: Satoshi Asami <asami@FreeBSD.ORG>
#
# &dollar;Id&dollar;
- [ ^^^^ ιԤƤϵˤʤǤ. CVSĥ꡼
-ưŪ˽񤭹ޤޤ]
+ [ ^^^^ ʬ, CVS ĥ꡼˼ưŪ RCS ID ʸ
+ ֤ޤ.]
#
[Port, ӥꥸʥΥäƤȤ򵭽Ҥʬ.
diff --git a/ja/handbook/ports.sgml b/ja/handbook/ports.sgml
index 01740d7ea2..0202d4b1ff 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/ports.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/ports.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: ports.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:03:07 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: ports.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:32:55 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.18 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.24 -->
<sect><heading>ports 쥯 <label id="ports"></heading>
@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ name="ȥ"> ѤƼƤΤǤ.
<p>
⤷ʤ (<htmlurl url="file://localhost/usr/ports/shells/bash"
name="ʤ FreeBSD ƥ"> ޤ
-<htmlurl url="ftp://www.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/shells/bash"
+<htmlurl url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/shells/bash"
name="FTP "> ˤ) ports ȥ򸫤Ƥ, Ǥ
üŪʥåȹŪʤΤ򸫤ĤȴԤƤ,
Ĥޤʤʥեǥ쥯ȥ꤬ˤʤΤ򸫤,
@@ -250,11 +250,14 @@ ports make ᥫ˥, ǡ١ǥ쥯ȥΤ٤Ƥ ports
<p>
<em>XFree86</em> ۤ˴ޤޤ <tt>lndir(1)</tt> ޥɤѤ
֥󥯥ĥ꡼פޤ. ǥζΰ򸫤Ĥƥǥ쥯ȥ,
-<tt>/usr/ports</tt> 餽Υǥ쥯ȥإܥå󥯤ĥޤ.
- CD-ROM ``ports'' ǥ쥯ȥΥեѥ̾Ȥ
-<tt>lndir(1)</tt> ޥɤ¹Ԥޤ.
- (㤨 <tt>lndir /cdrom/ports</tt> Τ褦:)
-, 󥯥ĥ꡼ ports ۤ뤳Ȥ, CD-ROM
+˥ȥǥ쥯ȥܤޤ. CD-ROM ``ports''
+ǥ쥯ȥΥեѥ̾ǽΰȤ, . (ȥǥ쥯ȥ)
+2 ܤΰȤ <tt>lndir(1)</tt> ޥɤ¹Ԥޤ.
+㤨аʲΤ褦ˤʤǤ礦:
+<verb>
+ lndir /cdrom/ports .
+</verb>
+<p>, 󥯥ĥ꡼ ports ۤ뤳Ȥ, CD-ROM
ľ ports ۤ뤳ȤǤޤ.
<p>
饤󥹤¤ˤ, Ĥ ports ǥꥸʥΥɤ
diff --git a/ja/handbook/ppp.sgml b/ja/handbook/ppp.sgml
index 03036001fd..752be37579 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/ppp.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/ppp.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: ppp.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:40 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: ppp.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:32:56 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.8 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.10 -->
<sect><heading>ͥ PPP <label id="ppp"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/printing.sgml b/ja/handbook/printing.sgml
index 48136a8d8b..fb816f0f4e 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/printing.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/printing.sgml
@@ -1,10 +1,9 @@
+<!-- $Id: printing.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:32:58 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.18 -->
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD describing
Printing with FreeBSD. By Sean Kelly, 1995.
- $Id: printing.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:03:09 jkh Exp $
- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project
- Original revision: 1.12
-
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
<article>
@@ -2330,7 +2329,7 @@ fi
<code>
#!/bin/sh
#
-# ifhp - Print Ghostscript-simulated PostScript on a DesJet 500
+# ifhp - Print Ghostscript-simulated PostScript on a DeskJet 500
# Installed in /usr/local/libexec/hpif
#
@@ -2500,7 +2499,7 @@ bamboo|ps|PS|S|panasonic|Panasonic KX-P4455 PostScript v51.4:\
<code>
#!bin/sh
#
-# DVI to PostScript printer filter
+# psdf - DVI to PostScript printer filter
# Installed in /usr/local/libexec/psdf
#
# Invoked by lpd when user runs lpr -d
@@ -3235,7 +3234,7 @@ EOF
<code>
#!/bin/sh
#
-# DVI to PostScript printer filter
+# psdf - DVI to PostScript printer filter
# Installed in /usr/local/libexec/psdf
#
# Invoked by lpd when user runs lpr -d
@@ -3262,7 +3261,7 @@ done
[ "$login" ] || fail "No login name"
[ "$host" ] || fail "No host name"
-( /u/kelly/freebsd/printing/filters/make-ps-header $login $host "DVI File"
+( /usr/local/libexec/make-ps-header $login $host "DVI File"
/usr/local/bin/dvips -f ) | eval /usr/local/libexec/lprps $orig_args
</code>
Υե륿桼̾ۥ̾ꤹ뤿˰ꥹȤ
diff --git a/ja/handbook/quotas.sgml b/ja/handbook/quotas.sgml
index 1c22ba944b..cfd89e70be 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/quotas.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/quotas.sgml
@@ -1,10 +1,9 @@
+<!-- $Id: quotas.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:01 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.6 -->
+
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD describing
disk quotas under FreeBSD. By Mike Pritchard, 1996.
-
- $Id: quotas.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:43 asami Exp $
- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project
- Original revision: 1.3
-
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
<article>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/relnotes.sgml b/ja/handbook/relnotes.sgml
index a1e77e3903..75d8821719 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/relnotes.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/relnotes.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: relnotes.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1996-12-23 02:03:12 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: relnotes.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.4 1997-03-15 23:33:03 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.19 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.21 -->
<!--
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC '-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN'>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/routing.sgml b/ja/handbook/routing.sgml
index 3356d8710c..04ccc02eb6 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/routing.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/routing.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: routing.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:41 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: routing.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:05 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.3 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.5 -->
<!-- <!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC '-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN'> -->
diff --git a/ja/handbook/scsi.sgml b/ja/handbook/scsi.sgml
index 9b46f29604..ca2316f94a 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/scsi.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/scsi.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: scsi.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:03:14 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: scsi.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:33:07 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.19 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.22 -->
<!--
<title>SCSIγפ FreeBSDǤλȤ</title>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/sections.sgml b/ja/handbook/sections.sgml
index 8c46299721..a987926336 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/sections.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/sections.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: sections.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:03:15 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: sections.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:33:08 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.19 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.22 -->
<!-- Entities containing all the pieces of the handbook are -->
<!-- defined here -->
@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@
<!ENTITY kerberos SYSTEM "kerberos.sgml">
<!ENTITY kernelconfig SYSTEM "kernelconfig.sgml">
<!ENTITY kerneldebug SYSTEM "kerneldebug.sgml">
+<!ENTITY kernelopts SYSTEM "kernelopts.sgml">
<!ENTITY linuxemu SYSTEM "linuxemu.sgml">
<!ENTITY mail SYSTEM "mail.sgml">
<!ENTITY memoryuse SYSTEM "memoryuse.sgml">
diff --git a/ja/handbook/serial.sgml b/ja/handbook/serial.sgml
index 3e4027b494..31c1271a89 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/serial.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/serial.sgml
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
+<!-- $Id: serial.sgml,v 1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:33:10 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.3 -->
+
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD of the Tutorial for
Configuring a FreeBSD for Dialup Services by Guy Helmer.
- $Id: serial.sgml,v 1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:03:16 jkh Exp $
- FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project
- Original revision: 1.1
-
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN">
<linuxdoc>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/sio.sgml b/ja/handbook/sio.sgml
index 6764294b8c..2e5f21c5ca 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/sio.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/sio.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: sio.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:42 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: sio.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:11 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.3 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.5 -->
<!--
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN" [
diff --git a/ja/handbook/skey.sgml b/ja/handbook/skey.sgml
index 8eb5b1ce5a..4b8dfffe8d 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/skey.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/skey.sgml
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-<!-- $Id: skey.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:42 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: skey.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:12 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.7 -->
<!-- : hino@nwk.CL.nec.co.jp 1996/09/24 -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.5 -->
<!--
Copyright 1995 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
diff --git a/ja/handbook/slipc.sgml b/ja/handbook/slipc.sgml
index 06d15b8876..8a4d2e2044 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/slipc.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/slipc.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: slipc.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:42 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: slipc.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:14 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.7 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.9 -->
<sect><heading>SLIP饤ȤΥåȥå<label id="slipc"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/slips.sgml b/ja/handbook/slips.sgml
index 139d06c09b..e12bbaf913 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/slips.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/slips.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: slips.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:42 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: slips.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:15 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.11 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.13 -->
<!-- This is an SGML version in the linuxdoc DTD of the SLIP Server
FAQ by Guy Helmer.
diff --git a/ja/handbook/stable.sgml b/ja/handbook/stable.sgml
index 273f953bc5..865c4b2280 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/stable.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/stable.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: stable.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:42 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: stable.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:18 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.6 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.9 -->
<chapt><heading>FreeBSD ΰ֤λ³<label id="stable"></heading>
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
THE FREEBSD STABLE POLICY
-Last updated: $Date: 1996-11-15 05:14:42 $
+Last updated: $Date: 1997-03-15 23:33:18 $
This document attempts to explain the rationale behind
FreeBSD-stable, what you should expect should you decide to run it,
@@ -32,8 +32,8 @@ FreeBSD ɤ"> ).
ǽ׻뤹ʤ, <em>stable</em> ɤ뤳Ȥͤ٤
礦. <em>stable</em>λήΥ꡼˴ؤƸŪ˥Хե
줿ήǤ뤿, ǿΥ꡼ (<htmlurl
-url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.5-RELEASE"
-name="2.1.5-RELEASE"> ɮ) 򥤥󥹥ȡ뤷ƤΤǤ, ä
+url="ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/2.1.6-RELEASE"
+name="2.1.6-RELEASE"> ɮ) 򥤥󥹥ȡ뤷ƤΤǤ, ä
Ǥ.
<p><em>stable</em> ĥ꡼˴˸ߴꤹ褦Ϥ
diff --git a/ja/handbook/submitters.sgml b/ja/handbook/submitters.sgml
index 2021d7972d..4072e2f3c8 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/submitters.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/submitters.sgml
@@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
-<!-- $Id: submitters.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:03:17 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: submitters.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1997-03-15 23:33:20 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.34 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.41 -->
<chapt><heading>FreeBSD ؤι׸<label id="submitters"></heading>
<p><em>: &a.jkh;.</em>
-<p><em>: &a.iwasaki;.<newline>13 December 1996.</em>
+<p><em>: &a.iwasaki;.<newline>27 February 1997.</em>
<p>ʤⲿ FreeBSD Τ˹׸ʤޤ? 餷!
䤿Ͼ˻ٱѰդޤ, FreeBSD Ĥ뤿˥桼
@@ -292,15 +292,27 @@ Timer2, Timer0 ƥԡӥθɬפޤ.
᡼󥰥ꥹȤ˻äɤǤ礦. ˤĤƤ <ref
id="eresources:mail" name="᡼󥰥ꥹ"> 򻲾ȤƤ.
- <item>ºݤΥХ <tt>send-pr(1)</tt> ץѤ
- ФƤ. ϿʹܤˤĤƼ䤷Ƥޤ.
- ñ <tt>&lt;&gt;</tt> դ, ǼƤΤ
- ˤʤͭξϤǤ. ʤϥХγ
- ǧȥȥåֹϤǤ. Υȥåֹ
- Ƥ, 塹Ϣ˻ѤƤ. ⤷ (ʤ
- Żҥ᡼³֤ˤޤ, 31) ǧȤ
- ʤȤ, 餫ͳ <tt>send-pr(1)</tt> ޥɤѤǤ
- ʤˤ, &a.bugs إ᡼äƥХФƤ.
+ <item>ºݤΥХ send-pr(1) ץफ <htmlurl
+ url="http://www.freebsd.org/send-pr.html" name="WEB ١
+ send-pr"> ѤФƤ. ϿʹܤˤĤƤ
+ 䤤碌򤷤ޤ. send-pr(1) ץξ, ñ
+ <tt>&lt;&gt;</tt> ǰϤޤɽƤΤ򤢤ʤͭξ
+ ֤Ϥޤ. WEB ١Υ󥿥եξ,
+ ɽƤ륪ץ˥塼Ŭڤʹܤ
+ ɬ׹ܤǤ.
+
+ <p>ʤϥХγǧȥȥåֹ᡼Ǽ
+ ϤǤ. ΥȥåֹФƤ塹Ϣ˻Ѥ,
+ ¾οͤξܺ٤᤯Ĥ褦ˤƤ.
+ ޤ, <htmlurl url="mailto:bug-followup@freebsd.org"
+ name="bug-followup@freebsd.org"> ˥֥ȹԤ PR# դ
+ ᡼ä, ܤ¸ΥХɲä뤳Ȥ
+ Ǥޤ.
+
+ ⤷ (ʤŻҥ᡼³֤ˤޤ, 3
+ 1) ǧȤʤȤ, 餫ͳ <tt>send-pr(1)</tt>
+ ޥɤѤǤʤˤ, &a.bugs إ᡼äƥХ
+ ФƤ.
</itemize>
@@ -365,6 +377,10 @@ diff -c -r olddir newdir
, hackers ؤƤ˼ºŪǤʤ,
᡼ˤƤ.
+ ǥ󥰥˴ؤ <tt>man 9 intro</tt>
+ <tt>man 9 style</tt> 򻲾ȤƤ. ɤФˤ,
+ ʤȤ⤳ξռƤƤ褦ꤤޤ.
+
<sect1><heading>ʥɤ᥸㡼ղòͤι⤤ѥå</heading>
<p>פ礭Żδ£, פʿե㡼 FreeBSD ɲ
@@ -431,11 +447,49 @@ THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
- $Id: submitters.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1996-12-23 02:03:17 jkh Exp $
+ &dollar;Id&dollar;
</verb></tscreen>
صϤ뤿, ΥƥȤΥԡϼξ֤Ƥޤ.
<tt>/usr/share/examples/etc/bsd-style-copyright</tt>.
+(: ʲϿҹ£줿 bsd-style-copyright ܸǤ.
+ե˴ޤΤϸʸǤ뤳ȤդƤѤ.
+ޤ, ʸȤδ֤˼ݤκۤ, ʸƤ FreeBSD ץȤ
+ջפǤΤȤޤ.)
+
+<tscreen><verb>
+Copyright (C) [ǯ]
+ [ʤ̾] All rights reserved.
+
+ȥХʥκۤӻѤ, ѹ̵ͭˤ餺ʲ
+˸¤Ĥ:
+1. ɤκۤ, 嵭ɽξΥꥹȡ
+ ǧʸݻʤФʤʤ.
+
+2. Хʥκۤ, 嵭ɽξΥꥹȡ
+ ǧʸ, ʪȶ󶡤ʸ񤪤/ޤ¾λ
+ ޤʤФʤʤ.
+
+(:ǧʸפǤ)
+
+Υեȥ[ʤ̾]ӹ׸Ԥˤä ``뤬ޤޤξ''
+󶡤, ŪФŬˤĤƤΰۤݾڤα
+餺, ʤӰۤݾڤǧʤ. [ʤ̾]ӹ׸
+Ԥ, ľŪŪȯŪüŪŵŪɬŪ» (
+ʤޤإӥγ; ѡǡפӼ; ޤ϶̳
+Ǥޤ, ޤαޤʤ») Ф, ȤɤΤ褦ˤ
+ȤƤ, ƤΥեȥλѤˤäƤɤΤ褦ˤǤ
+, Ǥ, ̩ǤǤ, 뤤԰ (
+䤽Ǥʤޤ) ˤǤȤ, ʤǤ,
+ȤΤ褦»βǽͽƤȤƤ, ڤǤ
+ʤ.
+
+: ҹ
+涨 (޽硦ɾά):
+ ĸ, , ƣ¼ Ѽ, 餿夦
+ , ġԵ
+</verb></tscreen>
+
&porting;
<sect1><heading>, ϡɥޤϥ󥿡ͥåȥ</heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/sup.sgml b/ja/handbook/sup.sgml
index f13f96de11..e71d892928 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/sup.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/sup.sgml
@@ -1,57 +1,57 @@
-<!-- $Id: sup.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:03:19 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: sup.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:33:21 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.21 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.27 -->
<sect><heading>SUP<label id="sup"></heading>
<p><em>: &a.jkh; and &a.gclarkii;.</em>
-<p><em>: &a.iwasaki;.</em>
+<p><em>: &a.iwasaki;.<newline>28 December 1996.</em>
SUP CMU dzȯ줿ͥåȥ١ΥեȥġǤ.
ʸŪϽ鿴Ԥ sup ѤǤ褦ˤ뤳ȤǤ.
-<sect1><heading>åȥå</heading>
+<sect1><heading>SUP Υե졼</heading>
<p>SUP supfile ȸƤФ륳ե졼ե뤫, ¹Ԥ
Τɬפʾޤ. FreeBSD Υ꡼ˤä󶡤
ۤʤ supfile θܤޤ.
-<htmlurl url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/standard-supfile"
+<url url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/standard-supfile"
name="/usr/share/examples/sup/standard-supfile"> Ϻǿɸ
FreeBSD ۥե sup ޤǤޤ - Υե
sup , Υ쥯󤬹 / ޤϥ󥹥ȡ뤵뤫,
˥󥹥ȡ뤵뤫ޤ. äˤ supfile ѤƤ
ͤ, <ref id="current" name="-current"> sup 뤳Ȥˤʤޤ.
<p>ports ˴ؤƤ,
-<htmlurl url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/ports-supfile"
+<url url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/ports-supfile"
name="/usr/share/examples/sup/ports-supfile"> ܤ̤Ƥ.
<p>⤷ĥ꡼ۤ
-<htmlurl url="http://www.freebsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb" name="CVS">
-ե˶̣ΤǤ, <htmlurl
-url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/cvs-supfile"
+<url url="http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb" name="CVS"> files
+ե˶̣ΤǤ,
+<url url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/cvs-supfile"
name="/usr/share/examples/sup/cvs-supfile"> 򻲾ȤƤ.
<p>ष -stable ήؤѹɤΤǤ,
-<htmlurl url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/stable-supfile"
+<url url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/stable-supfile"
name="/usr/share/examples/sup/stable-supfile"> 򻲾ȤƤ.
ꥫ罰˽Ǥ, DES ɤäƤ뤿
-`secure' `eBones' 쥯ιԤΥȤ򳰤Ƥ.
+`secure' `eBones' 쥯ιԤΥȤ򳰤Ƥ.
罰񳰤ˤ, 罰͢еȤȤˤʤΤ, Υ
ɤsup.FreeBSD.ORG sup ٤ǤϤޤ. sup
-examples ǥ쥯ȥˤ<htmlurl
-url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/secure-supfile"
+examples ǥ쥯ȥˤ
+<url url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/secure-supfile"
name="secure-supfile"> ѤƤ. secure ۥե
ޤŪ sup Ȥ³ޤ. Ȥꤿʤۥե
, ۥեιԤƬˤ &num ǥȥȤ뤳ȤǤ
ޤ.
-ؤ sup Фΰ, <htmlurl
-url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/README"
+ؤ sup Фΰ,
+<url url="file:/usr/share/examples/sup/README"
name="/usr/share/examples/sup/README"> 򻲾ȤƤ. ,
θܥեˤǥեȤ sup (sup.FreeBSD.ORG) Ķ
٤ξ֤ǤΤ, ɤʥȥեåǤ¾ΥۥȤؾ괹
-, 餫Ų٤ڸǤ뤷礦.
+, 餫Ų٤ڸǤǤ礦.
-줬åȥåפнλǤ. sup εư :
+ΥåȥåפнλǤ. sup εư:
<verb>
sup supfile
</verb>ȥפޤ.
@@ -68,12 +68,14 @@ sup ȤΤФƤ, &a.current ػä
&a.stable ػä <ref id="stable" name="FreeBSD ΰ֤λ³">
ɤǤ.
-<sect1><heading>FreeBSD SUP ۥեξܺ</heading>
+<sect1><heading>SUP ۥե<label id="sup:dists">
+</heading>
-<p>standard-supfile Ѥᥤ FreeBSD ۥե :
+<p>standard-supfile Ѥᥤ FreeBSD ۥե:
<verb>
src-base: /usr/src/... /usr/src Υȥåפˤ뤽¾Υե
src-bin: /usr/src/bin 桼ȥƥΥХʥ
+src-contrib: /usr/src/contrib £եȥ
src-secure: /usr/src/secure DES Υ (US/Canada ONLY)
src-eBones: /usr/src/eBones Kerberos DES (US/Canada ONLY)
src-etc: /usr/src/etc ƥե
@@ -121,6 +123,7 @@ ports-emulators: /usr/ports/emulators ¾ OS Υߥ졼
ports-games: /usr/ports/games
ports-graphics: /usr/ports/graphics ʥեå桼ƥƥ
ports-japanese: /usr/ports/japanese ܸ쥵ݡ
+ports-korean: /usr/ports/korean ڹ쥵ݡ
ports-lang: /usr/ports/lang ץߥ󥰸
ports-mail: /usr/ports/mail ᡼륽եȥ
ports-math: /usr/ports/math ͷ׻եȥ
diff --git a/ja/handbook/synching.sgml b/ja/handbook/synching.sgml
index 7c7ecc9b04..b95fd3d8a4 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/synching.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/synching.sgml
@@ -1,15 +1,15 @@
-<!-- $Id: synching.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.5 1996-12-23 02:03:20 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: synching.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.6 1997-03-15 23:33:23 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.4 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.9 -->
<chapt><heading>󥿡ͥåȤ̤ĥ꡼Ʊ<label id="synching"></heading>
<p><em>: &a.jkh;.</em>
-<p><em>: &a.iwasaki;.</em>
+<p><em>: &a.iwasaki;.<newline>28 December 1996.</em>
<!--
-Last updated: $Date: 1996-12-23 02:03:20 $
+Last updated: $Date: 1997-03-15 23:33:23 $
This document tries to describe the various ways in which a user may
use the internet to keep development sources in synch.
@@ -18,21 +18,13 @@ use the internet to keep development sources in synch.
<p>󥿡ͥå³ (ޤŻҥ᡼) Ѥ, ʤζ̣
ݤˤä FreeBSD ץȤΥΤʬޤΤκǿ
ɤˡϿޤ. 䤿󶡤ƤŪʥӥ
-CTM, SUP CVSup (<bf></bf>) Ǥ:
+CVSup CTM Ǥ:
-<p>CTM SUP 岽ȸƤޤ. ºݤ,
-ȤǤϤޤ. 줾ΥġϤȤȰۤʤٻؤ˱뤿
-߷פ줿ΤǤ, ǽ˻ȤϤƤפʲɤܤƤޤ
-, Ʊ褹٤Ū˰ۤʤäץΤäƤ
-ޤ.
-SUP ϤȤȤϥ󥿡ͥå³ͳ (ޤϾʤȤ®)
-ͤ򥵥ݡȤ뤿߷פ줿ΤФ, CTM ϥμ
-ʤŻҥ᡼Τߤ˸ꤵ줿ͤΥݡȤäΤǤ.
-
-<p><bf>SUP</bf> (Software Update Protocol) ϥϡɥǥ
-FreeBSD ΥΥʥԡפ, 桼åȥåפ
-եѤ, ͥåȥۤ FreeBSD Υޥ־
-ѹΤäեäƤƹ뤿ΥꥯȤޤ.
+<p><bf>CVSup</bf> ܲФ, sup Τ٤Ƥεǽץ饹򤽤
+, ׵᤹륵ФΥǥڡȥͥåȥ񸻤δ餺ä
+Ūưޤ. Τ, CVSup FreeBSD ץȤˤ
+<ref id="sup"> ʬ֤ޤ. ޤ, sup Τ褦
+<em>pull</em> Ʊǥưޤ.
<p>, <bf>CTM</bf> ϤʤäƤ륽ȥޥ־
뤽ȤŪӤ򤪤ʤޤ.
@@ -41,29 +33,20 @@ FreeBSD ΥΥʥԡפ, 桼åȥåפ
Żҥ᡼žǤ褦˥󥳡ɤޤ (ǽ ASCII
饯ΤߤǤ). , ΡCTM Υǥ륿פϼư
Ū˥ǥ, ƥ桼ΥΥԡѹŬѤ
-ctm_rmail(1) ˤäƽǽȤʤޤ. ν SUP ꤺäȸΨ
+ctm_rmail(1) ˤäƽǽȤʤޤ. ν CVSup ꤺäȸΨ
ŪǤ, <em>pull</em> ǥȤष <em>push</em> ǥ
뤿, 䤿Υл񸻤٤Ϸڤʤޤ.
-<p>¾Υȥ졼ɥդ⤢ޤ. ʤ SUP Ǥäꥢ
-֤ΰäƤޤäƤ, SUP ϲ줿ʬ򸡽ФƺƹۤƤ
-. CTM ϤäƤޤ. ⤷ĥ꡼ΰäƤޤ
-, 줫ľ (ǿ CVS ֥١ǥ륿פ) ٤Ƥƹ
-ۤʤФʤޤ.
+<p>¾Υȥ졼ɥդ⤢ޤ. ʤ CVSup Ǥäꥢ
+ΰäƤޤäƤ, CVSup ϲ줿ʬ򸡽ФƺƹۤƤޤ.
+CTM ϤäƤޤ. ⤷ĥ꡼ΰäƤޤä,
+줫ľ (ǿ CVS ֥١ǥ륿פ) ٤Ƥƹۤʤ
+ʤޤ.
-<p>Ƕ, <bf>CVSup</bf> 桼ƥƥξҲˤäƾϤ꺮
-ȤƤޤ.
-, äĤ CVS ݥȥ (ޤ CVSup ˤä˲Ū
-žǤޤ - ٤ƤΥʳȯԤ¸ƤΩή
-ǺȤƤޤ) FreeBSD ȯΤɤʻήؤΥ󶡤
-Τ, SUP ˼äͭϤʤΤǤ.
-SUP οηΤǤ, 餯䤿γȯФ
-<htmlurl url="ftp://freefall.freebsd.org/pub/CVSup/" name="">
-ޤ. ȯФǤϤޤ, ղŪʥɥȤ󶡤Ƥޤ.
-CVSup Υ饤ȤȥФ sup supfilesrv ۥե
-ߴޤ.
-SUP CTM ˤĤƤξܤˤĤƤ, ʲ򻲾ȤƤ:
+CVSup CTM, 뤤ϺǤϻ٤ȤʤäƤޤä sup ˤĤƤ
+ܤˤĤƤ, ʲ򻲾ȤƤ:
- &sup;
&ctm;
+ &cvsup;
+ &sup;
diff --git a/ja/handbook/term.sgml b/ja/handbook/term.sgml
index c1cb3b84eb..6c48d61fab 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/term.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/term.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: term.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:44 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: term.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:24 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.4 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.7 -->
<!-- This is an SGML document in the linuxdoc DTD describing
hardwired terminals with FreeBSD. By Sean Kelly, (c) 1996.
diff --git a/ja/handbook/troubleshooting.sgml b/ja/handbook/troubleshooting.sgml
index ec8b4d06df..9257e41078 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/troubleshooting.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/troubleshooting.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: troubleshooting.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:43 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: troubleshooting.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:26 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.4 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.6 -->
<chapt><heading>ȥ֥륷塼ƥ<label id="troubleshooting"></heading>
diff --git a/ja/handbook/uart.sgml b/ja/handbook/uart.sgml
index 8b480cc4a0..30794ddad1 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/uart.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/uart.sgml
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-<!-- $Id: uart.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:43 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: uart.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:27 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.3 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.5 -->
<!--
<!DOCTYPE linuxdoc PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//DTD linuxdoc//EN" [
diff --git a/ja/handbook/userppp.sgml b/ja/handbook/userppp.sgml
index c3f5257ec3..ed30fa4941 100644
--- a/ja/handbook/userppp.sgml
+++ b/ja/handbook/userppp.sgml
@@ -1,11 +1,13 @@
-<!-- $Id: userppp.sgml,v 1.1.1.1 1996-11-15 05:14:43 asami Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: userppp.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:33:29 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.10 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.13 -->
<sect> 桼 PPP Υåȥå <label id="userppp">
<p><em>: &a.nik;<newline>
28 July 1995</em>.
+<p><em>: &a.brian;<newline>
+14 March 1997</em>.
<p><em>: &a.saeki;<newline>
11 November 1996</em>.
@@ -44,7 +46,7 @@
ʹߤǤ, 桼 ppp ¾ PPP 饤 / ХեȥȤ
̤ɬפʤΤ, 桼 ppp ñ ppp ȤƤӤޤ.
äǤʤ¤, ΥΤ٤ƤΥޥɤ root ¤
- ¹Ԥ٤Ǥ.
+ ¹Ԥɬפޤ.
Υǥꥹޡ (*) ΤĤƤʬԴǤ.
ȤƤϴޤޤΤ, &a.nik; ޤäƤ.
@@ -75,7 +77,7 @@
<item> İʾΥ͡ॵФ IP ɥ쥹
<item> ⤷ץХ IP ɥ쥹ȥۥ̾ƤƤʤ,
- ƱͤˤɬפǤ礦. Ǥʤ, ɤ IP ɥ쥹ϰϤ
+ ƱͤɬפǤ礦. Ǥʤ, ɤ IP ɥ쥹ϰϤ
Ƥʤ뤫ΤäƤɬפǤ礦.
</itemize>
@@ -92,18 +94,19 @@
<sect1><heading>ppp бͥι </heading>
<p> ǤҤ٤Ƥ褦, ``ppp'' ϥͥ ``tun'' ǥХȤޤ.
- Τ, ΥǥХͥȤ߹ޤƤ뤳ȤγǧԲķǤ.
+ Τ, ΥǥХͥȤ߹ޤƤ뤫ɤ
+ ǧƤʤƤϤޤ.
- ǧ뤿ˤ, ͥ륳ѥǥ쥯ȥ
+ ǧˤ, ͥ륳ѥǥ쥯ȥ
(餯 /sys/i386/conf) ˰ư, ͥ륳ե졼
եĴ٤ޤ. ʲιԤɤ˴ޤޤƤɬפޤ.
<tscreen><verb>
pseudo-device tun 1
</verb></tscreen>
GENERIC ͥɸǤޤǤޤΤ, ५ͥ
- 󥹥ȡ뤷Ƥʤ, ѹɬפϤޤ.
+ 󥹥ȡ뤷ƤΤǤʤ, ѹɬפϤޤ.
ʤΥͥ륳ե졼ե
- ιԤޤޤƤʤ, ιԤɲä
+ ιԤޤޤƤʤä, ιԤɲä
ͥκƥѥȥ󥹥ȡ򤪤ʤɬפޤ.
οͥȤäƥ֡ȤƤ.
ͥ륳ե졼ξܺ٤ˤĤƤ,
@@ -112,7 +115,7 @@ pseudo-device tun 1
<sect1><heading>tun ǥХΥå </heading>
-<p> ϰĤ ``tun'' ǥХ (tun0) ˤ ppp ηиޤ.
+<p> ϰĤ ``tun'' ǥХ (tun0) ˤ ppp Ȥäиޤ.
¿ΥǥХȤ (ʤ, ͥ륳ե졼
եǵǥХιԤ `1' ʳοͤꤵƤ),
ʲΤ٤Ƥ ``tun0'' Ф뻲Ȥ, ʤȤǥХֹ
@@ -127,22 +130,22 @@ pseudo-device tun 1
<sect1><heading>PPP </heading>
-<p> 줬γ˿Ǥ.
+<p> 줬ֽפʬǤ.
- ޤ路Ȥ, 桼 ppp pppd (ͥ٥ PPP )
- Ȥ, ե뤬 /etc/ppp ֤ƤȲꤷƤ褦Ǥ.
- , 󶡤Ƥ륵ץեϥ桼 ppp ѤΤΤǤΤ,
- ȤΤ긵֤Ƥޤ.
- 򤪤ʤǤñˡ, ʲ̤Ǥ:
+ ޤ路Ȥ, 桼 ppp pppd (ͥ٥ PPP ) ,
+ ɤե뤬 /etc/ppp ֤ƤȲꤷƤ褦Ǥ.
+ , 󶡤Ƥ륵ץեϥ桼 ppp ѤΤΤǤ.
+ ǻȤǤ褦ˤ¸Ƥޤ.
+ Ǥñˡ, ʲ̤Ǥ:
<tscreen><verb>
# cd /etc
# mv ppp ppp.orig
# mkdir ppp
</verb></tscreen>
- ppp ꤹ뤿ˤ, ɬפ˱ưĤΥե
+ ppp ꤹ뤿ˤ, ɬפ˱ưġĤΥե
Խɬפޤ. 񤭹ƤϥץХŪ IP ɥ쥹
- Ƥ (ʤ, Ĥ IP ɥ쥹Ϳ, ˤȤ) ,
- ޤưŪ IP ɥ쥹Ƥ (ʤ, PPP å
+ Ƥ (Ĥޤ, IP ɥ쥹Ϳ, ˤȤ) ,
+ ޤưŪ IP ɥ쥹Ƥ (Ĥޤ, PPP å
IP ɥ쥹ۤʤǽ) ˤٰ¸ޤ.
, Ū IP ɥ쥹ȤưŪ IP ɥ쥹Ȥˤ餺,
@@ -151,8 +154,8 @@ pseudo-device tun 1
<sect2><heading>resolver(5) </heading>
<p>꥾ (resolver) ϥͥåȥ󥰥ƥΰʬ, IP ɥ쥹
- ۥ̾Ѵ򤪤ʤޤ. , IP ɥ쥹ȥۥ̾бŤ
- ޥåפĤξΤΰĤõ褦Ǥޤ.
+ ۥ̾ȤѴ򤪤ʤޤ. , IP ɥ쥹ȥۥ̾
+ бŤޥåפĤξΤΰĤõ褦Ǥޤ.
Ĥξ <tt>/etc/hosts</tt> (<tt>man 5 hosts</tt>) ȸƤФ
եǤ.
@@ -161,10 +164,10 @@ pseudo-device tun 1
ۤƤޤ.
꥾Фϥޥåԥ󥰤򤪤ʤƥॳνǤ.
- ɤޥåԥ󥰾Ф褤ϤʤؼʤФʤޤ.
+ ɤޥåԥ󥰾Τ, ʤؼɬפޤ.
<tt>/etc/host.conf</tt> եԽ뤳ȤǤʤޤ.
- 𤹤ǽΤ, Υե <tt>/etc/hosts.conf</tt>
- ƤǤ <bf> ޤ </bf> (;ʬ ``s'' ).
+ θǤΤ, Υե <tt>/etc/hosts.conf</tt>
+ ƤꤷƤ <bf> ޤ </bf> (;ʬ ``s'' ).
Υեϰʲ 2 ԤޤǤϤǤ.
<tscreen><verb>
@@ -185,18 +188,18 @@ namedflags="NO"
<sect2><heading>/etc/hosts(5) եκ </heading>
<p> Υեϥͥåȥ¸ߤޥ IP ɥ쥹
- ۥ̾ޤǤϤǤ. Ǥ ppp ưޥΥȥ
- ޤǤʤФʤޤ. ʤΥޥΥۥ̾ foo.bar.com ,
+ ۥ̾ޤǤϤǤ. Ǥ ppp ưޥΥȥ꤬
+ ޤޤƤɬפޤ. ʤΥޥΥۥ̾ foo.bar.com ,
IP ɥ쥹 10.0.0.1 ǤȲꤹ, <tt>/etc/hosts</tt>
- ʲιԤޤǤʤФʤޤ:
+ ʲιԤޤǤʤФޤ:
<tscreen><verb>
127.0.0.1 localhost
10.0.0.1 foo.bar.com foo
</verb></tscreen>
ǽιԤ̾ ``localhost'' 򸽺ߤΥޥƱȤƤޤ.
- ͭ IP ɥ쥹ˤ餺, ιԤ IP ɥ쥹Ͼ 127.0.0.1
- ʤФʤޤ. ĤιԤϥۥ̾ ``foo.bar.com''
- (̾ ``foo'') IP ɥ쥹 10.0.0.1 ˥ޥåפޤ.
+ ޥͭ IP ɥ쥹ǤäƤ, ιԤ IP ɥ쥹Ͼ
+ 127.0.0.1 ǤʤФޤ. ĤιԤϥۥ̾ ``foo.bar.com''
+ (̾ ``foo'') IP ɥ쥹 10.0.0.1 ˥ޥåפޤ.
⤷ץХ IP ɥ쥹ƤƤʤ,
10.0.0.1 Τ˻ȤäƤ.
@@ -207,12 +210,12 @@ namedflags="NO"
<sect2><heading> /etc/resolv.conf եκ </heading>
<p><tt>/etc/resolv.conf</tt> ϥ͡ॵФ򤽤Υޥ餻Ƥʤ
- ɬפȤʤ̤ʾޤǤޤ. ϼºݤΥ͡ॵФΰ֤
+ ɬפˤʤ̤ʾޤǤޤ. ϼºݤΥ͡ॵФΰ֤
꥾Х롼˻ؼ, ¾Ĥξꤷꤷޤ.
ʤȤ <tt>/etc/resolv.conf</tt> 䤤碌ǽʥ͡ॵФ
1 ԤޤǤɬפޤ.
- (ۥ̾ǤϤʤ) IP ɥ쥹ǽ񤫤ƤʤФʤޤ.
+ (ۥ̾ǤϤʤ) IP ɥ쥹ǽ񤫤ʤФޤ.
<tt>/etc/resolv.conf</tt> ϰʲιԤޤǤޤ:
<tscreen><verb>
nameserver 158.152.1.193
@@ -228,7 +231,7 @@ nameserver 158.152.1.65
ĤΥե <tt>ppp.conf</tt> Ǥ. ʲȻ褦
ΤˤʤǤ礦. ``:'' ǽԤ 1 ܤϤޤ, ¾ιԤ
- ̤˥ǥȤ٤ȤȤդƤ.
+ ̤˥ǥȤƤɬפȤȤդƤ.
<tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.conf</tt>
<tscreen><verb>
@@ -244,6 +247,9 @@ nameserver 158.152.1.65
9 set login "TIMEOUT 10 gin:-BREAK-gin: foo word: bar col: ppp"
10 set timeout 120
11 set ifaddr x.x.x.x y.y.y.y
+12 delete ALL
+13 add 0 0 HISADDR
+14 set openmode active
</verb></tscreen>
ֹϥեˤϴޤʤǤ. ΤΤΤǤ.
@@ -257,16 +263,13 @@ nameserver 158.152.1.65
<tag/Line 3:/ ³® (DTE ®) ꤷޤ.
-<tag/* Lines 4 and 5:/ ϤιԤɤʱƶĤΤˤΤޤ.
+<tag/Line 4:/ LQR ׵ᤷʤ褦˻ؼޤ. LQR Ȥ³꤬
+ ƤʤȤǧ뤿 ppp ǻѤץȥǤ.
- : LQR ׵ᤪӼդػߤޤ.
- ͭˤ, Ū LQR ѥåȤä
- ¦ưƤ뤫ɤǧޤ.
- LQR Ȥʤ LCP ECHO ȤäƳǧ򤪤ʤޤ.
- LQR ξܺ٤ˤĤƤ RFC1333 򻲾ȤƤ.
+<tag/Line 5:/ ³꤫ LQR ׵դʤ褦˻ؼޤ.
<tag/Line 6:/ 륹ץȤǤ. 桼 ppp <tt>chat(8)</tt>
- Ѥޤ. θλͤˤĤƤξϥޥ˥奢
+ Ѥޤ. θλͤ˴ؤˤĤƤϥޥ˥奢
ȤƤ.
<tag/Line 7:/ ³ץХ̾ ``provider'' Ȥƻꤷޤ.
@@ -283,7 +286,7 @@ login: foo
password: bar
protocol: ppp
</verb></tscreen>
- ΥץȤɬפ˱ƽ񤭴ɬפǤ礦.
+ ΥץȤɬפ˱ƽ񤭴ɬפǤ礦.
<tt>chat(8)</tt> ǽ񤫤Ƥޤ.
<tag/Line 10:/ ǥեȤΥॢȤ (ÿ) ꤷޤ.
@@ -294,33 +297,60 @@ protocol: ppp
ץХ˳Ƥ줿 IP ɥ쥹֤Ƥ.
ʸ y.y.y.y ϥץХˤꥲȥȤƻؼ줿
IP ɥ쥹֤Ƥ.
+
+<tag/Line 12:/ PPP ³ǻѤ tun ǥХ˴ؤ,
+ ¸롼ƥ󥰥ơ֥륨ȥޤ.
+
+<tag/Line 13:/ ץХ¦ IP ɥ쥹ǥեȥ롼Ȥꤷޤ.
+
+<tag/Line 14:/ ¦ͥ򳫻Ϥ褦˻ؼޤ.
+ ³꤬ʬͥ򳫻Ϥ褦
+ ꤵƤˤɬפޤ, ξȤ⼫ʬ
+ Line Control Protocol (LCP) 򳫻Ϥ褦ꤵƤƤ
+ Ϥޤ.
</descrip>
- <tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.linkup</tt> եԽʤФʤޤ:
+ <tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.linkup</tt> եԽޤ:
<tscreen><verb>
x.x.x.x:
+ delete ALL
add 0 0 HISADDR
</verb></tscreen>
ۤɤƱ褦 x.x.x.x 򤢤ʤ IP ɥ쥹֤ޤ.
- Υե, ʤΥޥ󤫤ץХ (HISADDR ޥ
- ץХΥɥ쥹ǼưŪ֤ޤ) ؤΥ롼Ȥ
- ǥեȥ롼ȤȤƼưŪɲäΤ˻Ȥޤ.
+ Υե, PPP ³˴ؤ¸Υ롼ȤưŪ
+ , ʤΥޥ󤫤ץХؤΥ롼
+ (HISADDR ޥϥץХΥɥ쥹ǼưŪ֤ޤ)
+ ǥեȥ롼ȤȤɲäΤ˻Ȥޤ.
+
+ ץХŪ IP ɥ쥹ƤƤʤ, ¤
+ <tt>/etc/ppp.linkup</tt> ե˥ȥɬפϤޤ.
+ ⤦ٸޤ, 񤤤ƤäƤⲿ⤢ޤ.
Ǹ, <tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.secret</tt> եޤ.
- Ʊ ppp ƥȤ¾Υ桼Ѥɤѥɤ
- ꤷޤ. ɤοͤ ppp ƥ򿨤뤫ˤä,
+ Ʊ ppp ƥȤ¾Υ桼ˤѤɤΥѥɤ
+ ꤷޤ. ɤοͤ ppp ƥȤˤäƤ,
ꤷȻפ⤷ޤ.
<sect1><heading>PPP ưŪ IP </heading>
<!-- XXX -->
- <p> ץХŪ IP ɥ쥹γƤƤʤ,
- IP ɥ쥹Ȥ 0 ꤹ뤳Ȥ <tt>ppp</tt>
- ⡼ȥۥȤȤθĤˤ륢ɥ쥹ꤹ褦Ǥޤ.
+ <p> ץХŪ IP ɥ쥹γƤ򤪤ʤʤ,
+ <tt>ppp</tt> ⡼ȥۥȤȸĤƥ륢ɥ쥹ꤹ褦
+ ꤹ뤳ȤǤޤ. ϵưˤϡֲפ IP ɥ쥹Ȥ,
+ ³ LCP Ȥä ppp IP ɥ쥹Ǥ褦
+ ƤȤǼ¸ޤ.
<tscreen><verb>
-set ifaddr 0 0
+ ifaddr 10.0.1.1/0 10.0.1.2/0
+ delete ALL
+ add 0 0 HISADDR
</verb></tscreen>
- ܺ٤ˤĤƤ <tt>ppp(8)</tt> Υޥ˥奢򻲾ȤƤ.
+ ɤ IP ɥ쥹ФƤ 0 ꤹ٤Ǥϡ֤ޤ.
+ ⤷ 0 ꤹ, ppp ȥ롼ƥ󥰥ơ֥
+ ꤹ뤳ȤǤʤʤǤ礦.
+
+ ܺ٤ʥץˤĤƤ, <tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.conf.sample</tt> ե
+ pmdemand ȥ <tt>/etc/ppp/ppp.linkup.sample</tt> Ȥ
+ ȤƤ.
<sect1><heading> ƥκǽ </heading>
@@ -334,58 +364,47 @@ set ifaddr 0 0
hostname=foo.bar.com
</verb></tscreen>
network_interfaces ѿõ, tun0 ǥХꥹȤɲä
- 뤳Ȥǧޤ. ǤϰʲΤ褦ˤʤäƤޤ.
+ ֤ʤפȤǧޤ. ǤϰʲΤ褦ˤʤäƤޤ.
<tscreen><verb>
-network_interfaces="lo0 tun0 ep0"
+network_interfaces="lo0 ep0"
</verb></tscreen>
- ¾˻ϥͥåȥ (ep0) äƤΤ, ƱͤꤷƤޤ.
+ ϥͥåȥ (ep0) äƤΤ, Τ褦ꤷƤޤ.
- tun0 ǥХΤ ifconfig Ԥɲäޤ.
- ϰʲΤ褦ʤΤˤʤǤ礦.
-<tscreen><verb>
-ifconfig_tun0="inet foo.bar.com y.y.y.y netmask 0xffffffff"
-</verb></tscreen>
- ۤɤƱ褦, ``foo.bar.com'' ϤʤΥۥ̾,
- y.y.y.y ϥץХΥȥ IP ɥ쥹, 0xffffffff
- (16 ʤ) ץХꤵ줿ͥåȥޥѹޤ.
- ͥåȥޥȤƤϰʲĤͤ褯Ѥޤ.
+ ʲΤ褦˥롼ץ ``NO'' ꤷޤ.
<tscreen><verb>
-255.255.255.255 = 0xffffffff
-255.255.255.0 = 0xffffff00
+router=NO
</verb></tscreen>
- routed ե饰ʲΤ褦 ``-s'' ꤷޤ.
-<tscreen><verb>
-routedflags=-s
-</verb></tscreen>
- ``sendmail_flags'' Ԥ ``-q'' ץޤޤʤ褦ˤƤȤ,
- 餯, äƤβͤǤ礦.
- ʤ, ͥåȥ饢ɥ쥹Ȥ sendmail
- ȯ򤪤ʤäƤޤǤ礦. sendmail Ԥϼ̤Ǥ.
+ <tt>routed</tt> , ä ppp 롼ƥ󥰥ơ֥
+ ȥƤޤ礬ޤΤ, (ǥեȤ)
+ <tt>routed</tt> ΤޤޤˤƤʤȤפǤ.
+
+ ``sendmail_flags'' Ԥ ``-q'' ץޤޤʤ褦
+ ꤷƤ褤Ǥ礦. ʤ, sendmail
+ ɥ쥹Ĵ٤뤿ȯ򤪤ʤäƤޤ礬ޤ.
+ sendmail Ԥϼ̤Ǥ.
<tscreen><verb>
sendmail_flags="-bd"
</verb></tscreen>
- η, PPP 󥯤Ω夲ϤĤǤʲΤ褦˥פ,
- sendmail mailqueue ĴľʤФʤޤ.
+ ̤Ȥ, PPP 󥯤Ω夲ϤĤʲΤ褦˥פ
+ sendmail mailqueue Ĵľ褦ˤƤޤ.
<tscreen><verb>
# /usr/sbin/sendmail -q
</verb></tscreen>
- 줬Ū IP ɥ쥹 PPP ư뤿ɬפʤ٤ƤΤϤǤ.
- ϥޥ֡ȤǤ. ȥåפδ֤ tun0 ǥХ
- Ф, ʲΤ褦 2 ԤɽȻפޤ.
-<tscreen><verb>
-tun0: flags=51<UP,POINTOPOINT,RUNNING> mtu 1500
-inet x.x.x.x --> y.y.y.y netmask 0xffffffff
-</verb></tscreen>
- λ, ppp ϴưϤǤ. ʲΤʤۤ
- פƤ.
+ Τʤ, SMTP ȥեå֥å褦
+ "dfilter" ꤷƤȤǤޤ.
+ ܺ٤ˤĤƤϥץե򻲾ȤƤ.
+
+ PPP ư뤿ɬפϤۤȤɽλޤ.
+ ϥޥ֡ȤǤ.
+
+ , ɤǤ⤪ߤΤۤ򥿥פƤ.
<tscreen><verb>
# ppp
</verb></tscreen>
- θ PPP å򳫻Ϥ뤿 ``dial provider'' 򥿥פޤ.
- ޤ, Υȥեåȯ ppp ưŪ˥å
- ΩƤ褦ˤ, ʲ򥿥פޤ.
+ ³ PPP å򳫻Ϥ뤿 ``dial provider'' 򥿥פޤ.
+ Ȥ̤, ؤΥȥեåȯ ppp ưŪ
+ åΩƤ褦ˤ, ʲΤ褦˥פޤ.
<tscreen><verb>
# ppp -auto provider
</verb></tscreen>
- ιԤ <tt>/etc/rc.local</tt> եɲäƤΤɤǤ礦.
-
+ ιԤ <tt>/etc/rc.local</tt> եɲäƤƤɤǤ礦.
diff --git a/ja_JP.EUC/Makefile b/ja_JP.EUC/Makefile
index c7f9709b0d..6ad599417d 100644
--- a/ja_JP.EUC/Makefile
+++ b/ja_JP.EUC/Makefile
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
# From: @(#)Makefile 8.1 (Berkeley) 6/5/93
-# $Id: Makefile,v 1.1 1996-12-18 07:14:37 asami Exp $
+# $Id: Makefile,v 1.1.2.1 1997-03-15 23:31:32 jkh Exp $
SUBDIR= handbook
diff --git a/ja_JP.EUC/handbook/Makefile b/ja_JP.EUC/handbook/Makefile
index 27ab76510c..c07cdd6067 100644
--- a/ja_JP.EUC/handbook/Makefile
+++ b/ja_JP.EUC/handbook/Makefile
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-# $Id: Makefile,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1996-12-23 02:02:32 jkh Exp $
-# Original revision: 1.17
+# $Id: Makefile,v 1.1.1.1.2.4 1997-03-15 23:31:34 jkh Exp $
+# Original revision: 1.22
# The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project
DOC= handbook
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ SRCS+= cyclades.sgml development.sgml dialup.sgml dialout.sgml
SRCS+= diskless.sgml dma.sgml eresources.sgml esdi.sgml
SRCS+= firewalls.sgml glossary.sgml goals.sgml
SRCS+= handbook.sgml history.sgml hw.sgml install.sgml isdn.sgml
-SRCS+= kerberos.sgml kernelconfig.sgml kerneldebug.sgml
+SRCS+= kerberos.sgml kernelconfig.sgml kerneldebug.sgml kernelopts.sgml
SRCS+= lists.sgml mail.sgml memoryuse.sgml
SRCS+= mirrors.sgml nfs.sgml nutshell.sgml pgpkeys.sgml policies.sgml
SRCS+= porting.sgml ports.sgml ppp.sgml printing.sgml
diff --git a/ja_JP.EUC/handbook/authors.sgml b/ja_JP.EUC/handbook/authors.sgml
index 4d7e824dc6..93753ac7c3 100644
--- a/ja_JP.EUC/handbook/authors.sgml
+++ b/ja_JP.EUC/handbook/authors.sgml
@@ -1,17 +1,30 @@
-<!-- $Id: authors.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.2 1996-12-23 02:02:34 jkh Exp $ -->
+<!-- $Id: authors.sgml,v 1.1.1.1.2.3 1997-03-15 23:31:36 jkh Exp $ -->
<!-- The FreeBSD Japanese Documentation Project -->
-<!-- Original revision: 1.44 -->
+<!-- Original revision: 1.61 -->
<!--
Names and email address of contributing authors and CVS committers.
Use these entities when referencing people. Please note the use of single
and double quotes.
+Please keep this list in alphabetical order by entity names.
-->
<!ENTITY a.ache "Andrey A. Chernov
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ache@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;ache@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.adam "Adam David
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:adam@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;adam@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.alex "Alex Nash
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:alex@freebsd.org'
+ name='&lt;alex@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.amurai "Atsushi Murai
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:amurai@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;amurai@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.andreas "Andreas Klemm
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:andreas@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;andreas@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -20,22 +33,54 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:asami@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;asami@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.ats "Andreas Schulz
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ats@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;ats@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.awebster "Andrew Webster
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:awebster@pubnix.net'
name='&lt;awebster@pubnix.net&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.dave "Dave Cornejo
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dave@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;dave@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.bde "Bruce Evans
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:bde@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;bde@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.brian "Brian Somers
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:brian@awfulhak.org'
+ name='&lt;brian@awfulhak.org&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.cawimm "Charles A. Wimmer
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:cawimm@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;cawimm@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.chuck "Chuck Robey
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@glue.umd.edu'
+ name='&lt;chuckr@glue.umd.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.chuckr "Chuck Robey
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;chuckr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.cracauer "Martin Cracauer
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:cracauer@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;cracauer@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.csgr "Geoff Rehmet
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:csgr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;csgr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.danny "Daniel O'Callaghan
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:danny@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;danny@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.darrenr "Darren Reed
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:darrenr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;darrenr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.dave "Dave Cornejo
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dave@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;dave@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.davidg "David Greenman
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:davidg@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;davidg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -44,6 +89,14 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:davidn@blaze.net.au'
name='&lt;davidn@blaze.net.au&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.dfr "Doug Rabson
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dfr@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;dfr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.dima "Dima Ruban
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dima@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;dima@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.dufault "Peter Dufault
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dufault@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;dufault@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
@@ -52,6 +105,22 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dyson@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;dyson@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.eivind "Eivind Eklund
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:perhaps@yes.no'
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+
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:erich@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;erich@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.fenner "Bill Fenner
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fenner@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;fenner@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;fsmp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
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<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gclarkii@FreeBSD.ORG'
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name='&lt;ghelmer@alpha.dsu.edu&gt;'></tt>">
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.gj "Gary Jennejohn
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gj@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;gj@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.gpalmer "Gary Palmer
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gpalmer@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;gpalmer@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.graichen "Thomas Graichen
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:graichen@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;graichen@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.gryphon "Coranth Gryphon
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gryphon@healer.com'
name='&lt;gryphon@healer.com&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.guido "Guido van Rooij
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:guido@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;guido@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.hanai "ְǷ
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hanai@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;hanai@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.handy "Brian N. Handy
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu'
+ name='&lt;handy@sxt4.physics.montana.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hm@kts.org'
+ name='&lt;hm@kts.org&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.hsu "Jeffrey Hsu
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hsu@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;hsu@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
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<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:imp@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;imp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jhay@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jhay@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jdp "John Polstra
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jdp@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jdp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.jehamby "Jake Hamby
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jehamby@lightside.com'
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<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jfieber@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;jfieber@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jfitz "James FitzGibbon
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:james@nexis.net'
+ name='&lt;james@nexis.net&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jhay "John Hay
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jhay@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jhay@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.jkh "Jordan K. Hubbard
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jkh@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;jkh@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.jlind "John Lind
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:john@starfire.MN.ORG'
+ name='&lt;john@starfire.MN.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jlrobin "James L. Robinson
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jlrobin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmacd "Joshua Peck Macdonald
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmacd@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmb "Jonathan M. Bresler
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmb@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmb@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmg "John-Mark Gurney
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmg@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jmz "Jean-Marc Zucconi
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jmz@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jmz@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.joerg "J&ouml;rg Wunsch
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:joerg@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;joerg@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jlind "John Lind
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:john@starfire.MN.ORG'
- name='&lt;john@starfire.MN.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.john "John Cavanaugh
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:john@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;john@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jraynard "James Raynard
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jraynard@freebsd.org'
+ name='&lt;jraynard@freebsd.org&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.julian "Julian Elischer
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:julian@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;julian@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.jvh "Johannes Helander
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jvh@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;jvh@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.karl "Karl Strickland
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:karl@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;karl@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.kato "Takenori KATO
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:kato@FreeBSD.ORG'
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<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:kelly@fsl.noaa.gov'
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+<!ENTITY a.lars "Lars Fredriksen
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:lars@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;lars@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.ljo "L Jonas Olsson
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ljo@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;ljo@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.markm "Mark Murray
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:markm@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;markm@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.martin "Martin Renters
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:martin@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;martin@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
+<!ENTITY a.max "溬 ʸ
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:max@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;max@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.mayo "Mark Mayo
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:mayo@quickweb.com'
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<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:md@bsc.no'
name='&lt;md@bsc.no&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.mpp "Mike Pritchard
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:mpp@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;mpp@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.msmith "Michael Smith
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:msmith@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;msmith@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.nate "Nate Williams
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nate@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;nate@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.nik "Nik Clayton
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nik@blueberry.co.uk'
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@@ -136,6 +313,14 @@ and double quotes.
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nsj@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;nsj@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu'
+ name='&lt;obrien@cs.ucdavis.edu&gt;'></tt>">
+
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:olah@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;olah@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+
<!ENTITY a.opsys "Chris Watson
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:opsys@open-systems.net'
name='&lt;opsys@open-systems.net&gt;'></tt>">
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name='&lt;paul@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:pds@FreeBSD.ORG'
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:pds@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rgrimes@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:smpatel@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:uhclem@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ulf@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;ulf@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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-<!ENTITY a.whiteside "Don Whiteside
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:whiteside@acm.org'
- name='&lt;whiteside@acm.org&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.wilko "Wilko Bulte
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wilko@yedi.iaf.nl'
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-
-<!ENTITY a.wollman "Garrett Wollman
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:wollman@FreeBSD.ORG'
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-<!ENTITY a.gibbs "Justin T. Gibbs
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;gibbs@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:proven@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;proven@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.pst "Paul Traina
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:pst@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;pst@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:sos@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;sos@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:nate@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;nate@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-
-<!ENTITY a.karl "Karl Strickland
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:karl@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;karl@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
+<!ENTITY a.rgrimes "Rodney Grimes
+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rgrimes@FreeBSD.ORG'
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-<!ENTITY a.csgr "Geoff Rehmet
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:csgr@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;csgr@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rhuff@cybercom.net'
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-<!ENTITY a.ats "Andreas Schulz
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ats@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;ats@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:ricardag@ag.com.br'
+ name='&lt;ricardag@ag.com.br&gt;'></tt>">
<!ENTITY a.rich "Rich Murphey
<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:rich@FreeBSD.ORG'
name='&lt;rich@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
-<!ENTITY a.jvh "Johannes Helander
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:jvh@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;jvh@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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-<!ENTITY a.proven "Chris Provenzano
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:proven@FreeBSD.ORG'
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-<!ENTITY a.guido "Guido van Rooij
- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:guido@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:hsu@FreeBSD.ORG'
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;scrappy@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:bde@FreeBSD.ORG'
- name='&lt;bde@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:se@FreeBSD.ORG'
+ name='&lt;se@FreeBSD.ORG&gt;'></tt>">
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<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:sef@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:se@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:julian@FreeBSD.ORG'
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+ <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:sos@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:martin@FreeBSD.ORG'
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<tt><htmlurl url='mailto:swallace@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:dima@FreeBSD.ORG'
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- <tt><htmlurl url='mailto:lars@FreeBSD.ORG'
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index a43d411fc6..5f9626310d 100644
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