POOLE, Al <netstar>
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"Programming is fun, so is reinventing the wheel. Why use a set of libraries and simplified APIs when you can write everything from scratch? People complain about this but do you ever see a qualified and skillful carpenter import furniture parts from IKEA? Low-level programming is fun, and if you are accountable for all the software I find that is better for maintainability and sense of achievement."
These set of programs will download a list of operating systems from the Internet and detect local disks. From then you can download, write to disk and test checksum info for data integrity. All in one action. Works with Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD and DragonFlyBSD.
Open-source dropbox-like server/client.
Your guide to EFL, Elementary and Enlightenment on OpenBSD
command-line unix tools / fun
dear youth, don't be cool!
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