I was wondering, since it seems to be one of the only websites where I can seemingly legally download historic Unix documents.
I downloaded a Plan 9 (4th Edition) ISO from Bell Labs and gave the system twice the recommended memory and hard disk space. I followed the installation prompts, choosing the default options where ...
I would really like to obtain a book on Plan 9's design and ethos. Do such things exist? Anybody have a recommendation? (Asking here on the basis that Plan 9 was once meant to be Unix's successor, ...
How to run programs with arguments like 'arg=val' (e.g. dd) in rc shell (Linux version ported from Plan9 OS)?
I'm trying to use rc shell (Linux port from Plan9 OS) and get 'syntax error' messages when using programs with arguments like arg=val. ; dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/null syntax error ; ls --color=auto ...
Plan 9 was developed by Bell Labs as a successor to Unix. Although for various reasons it never quite materialized as such, a fair amount of development still went into Plan 9. My question is, what ...
Does any one here tried the Plan 9 by bell-labs which is a successor to Unix[according to wikipedia] if yes how was your experience.?