[TUHS] Were all of you.. Hippies?
pepe at naleco.com
Wed Mar 22 06:28:40 AEST 2017
On 2017 Mar 20, 23:05, ron minnich wrote:
> At the time I got into Unix in 1976, E. F. Schumacher's "Small is
> Beautiful" book was fairly popular
> (...) Those days are long gone of course; I noticed the other day that
> on Linux there are 16 commands that start with ls, that do roughly
> the same function, and nobody seems to think this is a bad thing. The
> only place the original 'small is beautiful' Unix ideas continue on
> that I know of is Plan 9.
In RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.11 (without X-Window) I get:
ls lsattr lsb_release lshal lspgpot
Whereas in Ubuntu 14.04 (full desktop install) I get:
ls lsblk lscpu lsdvd lsinitramfs lsof lspcmcia lss16toppm
lsattr lsb_release lsdiff lshw lsmod lspci lspgpot lsusb
But then, in UnixWare 2.1 I get:
So yeah, it's getting more bloated by the day.
Anyone can contribute how is it on a recent OpenBSD without X-Window?
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