On Sat, Nov 25, 2000 at 07:39:33AM -0800, Cy Schubert - ITSD Open Systems Group 
| In message <1050.974925641@critter>, Poul-Henning Kamp writes:
| >
| > The attached patch is a "proof-of-concept" on which I would like
| > to get some comments:
| >
| > It bugs me big time that the output from /etc/rc and all other output
| > to /dev/console is volatile and lost once it scrolls of your console.
| It's a no-brainer.  Let's do it.

How about networked ddb/gdb over {ether,ppp,usb,firewire,IrDA}?
Firewire and IrDA are works in progress AFAIK, but certainly
ddb/gdb networked debugging is what all FreeBSD dream of, right? :)

The PPC port would greatly benefit from this, as newer Apple stations
do not even have a serial port.

Darwin seems to have networked debugging.
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