Muli Ben-Yehuda's journal

August 23, 2004

ptmx(4), oh my

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 7:48 PM

In my never ending quest to know everything there is to know about Unix system programming, I learned something new today: man ptmx(4) for the gory details.

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6 Comments »

  1. the day i learned about seq(1) was a happy day indeed.

    Comment by the_p0pe — August 23, 2004 @ 3:43 PM | Reply

    • my next goals in shell land are grokking bc(1) and dc(1) without referring to the man page.

      Comment by mulix — August 23, 2004 @ 11:50 PM | Reply

  2. Terminals…
    Nice…
    An old idea of mine was to turn screen(1) into a library, so that you can embed terminals in your curses application, and be able to (for example) run vi in a window of your mutt. Never got around to it, though.

    Comment by adistav — August 24, 2004 @ 5:46 AM | Reply

    • Re: Terminals…
      interesting (and useful) idea. If you ever get around to it… 🙂

      Comment by mulix — August 25, 2004 @ 1:51 AM | Reply

  3. You’ve caught a pretty tough draw but you may still make it through…
    Champion’s League
    GROUP C
    Bayern Munich (Germany)
    Juventus (Italy)
    Ajax Amsterdam (Holland)
    Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)
    Could have been worse, could have drawn Group D with Manchester United 🙂

    Comment by 77azkkr — August 26, 2004 @ 11:25 AM | Reply

    • Oh wait a minute, you’re Maccabi Haifa
      Strike that. You probably HATE Maccabi Tel Aviv even though they are neighbors.
      LOL

      Comment by 77azkkr — August 26, 2004 @ 11:28 AM | Reply


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