On Sat, Dec 30, 2000 at 01:19:06AM +0000, Niall O Broin wrote:
> this way for years, so blame it on inertia - like why people still use vi
> when there are real editors available (let's end the year with a bang :-) )
:wq to that. :-)
> Anyway, will cp -a drill down into other devices, whether you want it to or
> not ?
Mmmm. It does have a certain ... completeness to its operation.
> > I use 3.5.28 these days with 2.2.18. Seems to work fine.
>> Just downloaded 3.5.29 for 2.2.18 - must upgrade this box.
Ooooh. Must resist urge to upgrade laptop. Must resist urge to upgrade laptop.
Incidentally, I believe patches from about 3.5.25 onwards switched to
making filesystems using the `r5' hash, by default. Not sure what the
benefits/differences are between it and `tea' (IIRC)...?
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