Solved Read user history at startup /etc/csh.login

    Hi, I need to run history 25 during user logging. Of course, output depends on the specific user logging. Generally, I've set command alone as I typed but no output at startup. How can I do that? The following command does not work as I need. sudo -u my_login csh -c 'history 25'
  2. goshanecr

    16.08.17 has died Andrey Chernov (ache@freebsd.org)

    Andrey Chernov ache@ was one of first FreeBSD core-team members (1993-2000), and active developer. He also was a creator of Russian codepage KOI8-R and creator of first Internet channel to Russia in far 90s. He die after long time of illnes. parting with him will be 19.08.2017 at Moscow...
  3. fnoyanisi

    Twenty Years of Berkeley Unix

    A bit long, but definitely worth reading... Anybody spending sometime hacking net80211 code would definitely recognize some names that are mentioned in the article http://www.oreilly.com/openbook/opensources/book/kirkmck.html