Geoff Collyer | 1 Feb 01:18 2004
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Re: sam -d reading from stdin?

This is how I use sam -d in a pipeline, taken from an existing shell script:

tcs -f msdos <$file |[3=1] sam -d /fd/3 <<'!' >[2]/dev/null
,x/
+$/ d
,x/
+/ x/
/ c/\n/
w /fd/1
!

Geoff Collyer | 1 Feb 01:30 2004
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Re: sam -d reading from stdin?

Whoops, that script won't make much sense, since the carriage returns
(ascii or utf 015) got turned into newlines (ascii or utf 012).  If
you replace each ~ with a carriage return, the script should look like
this:

tcs -f msdos <$file |[3=1] sam -d /fd/3 <<'!' >[2]/dev/null
,x/~+$/ d
,x/~+/ x/~/ c/\n/
w /fd/1
!
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From: Geoff Collyer <geoff <at> collyer.net>
Subject: Re: [9fans] sam -d reading from stdin?
Date: 2004-02-01 00:18:21 GMT
This is how I use sam -d in a pipeline, taken from an existing shell script:

tcs -f msdos <$file |[3=1] sam -d /fd/3 <<'!' >[2]/dev/null
,x/
+$/ d
,x/
+/ x/
/ c/\n/
w /fd/1
!
(Continue reading)

boyd, rounin | 1 Feb 04:31 2004
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Re: sam -d reading from stdin?

http://www.insultant.net/code/dws.html

Matthias Teege | 1 Feb 14:56 2004
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Re: sam -d reading from stdin?

> http://www.insultant.net/code/dws.html

term% man rep
man: no manual page

Matthias

boyd, rounin | 1 Feb 15:03 2004
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Re: sam -d reading from stdin?

> term% man rep
> man: no manual page

true, but that's not the point.  you don't need rep.

i posted it as an example of how to use sam.

rep just repl[lies] to an rfc 822 message by
creating a reply template in a file.

Aharon Robbins | 2 Feb 10:05 2004

another VM type host

A friend recently pointed me at:

	 http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/Research/SRG/netos/xen/

The guest OS runs in x86 ring 1, instead of ring 0, so the OS must actually
be ported to work with it.  Has any 9developer seen this yet?

Arnold

Fco.J.Ballesteros | 2 Feb 10:58 2004
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x10 cm11 interface

Hi,
	I've pushed to /n/sources/nemo^(/sys/src/cmd/x10 /sys/man/1/x10)
a shell to command an x10 cm11 controller. We're using it here, although
that program is considered experimental.

hth

Kiran Reddy | 2 Feb 11:14 2004
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Install Problems

Hi All,

I am trying to install plan9 on my workstation and it does not seem to go
further to the PREPDISK. 

Steps i followed
Created a Boot disk 
I have not edited any files it was the default.
using fdisk i created a plan9 partition of 256MB
then it takes to preppart
created 9fat fs and swap 
when i write and quit
it turn back to same prompt and never go further.

is their any thing else i need to follow.

Any help on this is appreciated.

Kiran Reddy

Registered Linux User #343444

Wes Kussmaul | 2 Feb 14:40 2004

Re: another VM type host


Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Xen development backed by Microsoft?

Not that that would necessarily be a stopper for anyone, but people should 
be aware of it.

Wes Kussmaul

At 04:05 AM 2/2/2004, you wrote:
>A friend recently pointed me at:
>
>         http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/Research/SRG/netos/xen/
>
>The guest OS runs in x86 ring 1, instead of ring 0, so the OS must actually
>be ported to work with it.  Has any 9developer seen this yet?
>
>Arnold

Matthias Teege | 2 Feb 14:46 2004
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drawterm through nat

Moin,

is it possible to drawterm to my nated home plan9
network? I have access to the nat gateway and 
can setup port forwarding. Which ports are needed
for drawterm? Is the connection encrypted?

Matthias


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