The official OpenBSD announcement states: We are pleased to announce the official release of OpenBSD 4.2. We remain proud of OpenBSD’s record of more than ten years with only two remote holes in the default install. We dedicate this release to the memory of long-time developer Jun-ichiro “itojun” Itoh Hagino, who focused his life on IPv6 deployment for everyone. So get to it people, buy a CD and support the project.
I found myself writing down example commands in clearcase (V6), so I thought I would share them. If you have ever needed to find files like you do in UNIX, but want to be clearcase specific, then these commands will give you a quick headstart on using the cleartool find command: How do I list all files and file versions going into a specific build that is labelled? Assume your label is TR1_PRE_RELEASE
On linux and other [Unix like operating systems], you can untar a tar file with an absolute path to a different location. On Solaris using tar you can not. How do you get around this? [Perderabo on the Unix for Advanced and Expert Users forum] describes how. Here is an example (names and servers changed to protect the innocent):