On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 04:26:13PM -0800, Terry Lambert wrote: > > >> foo_enable="NO" > > > ipfilter_enable="YES" > > > firewall_enable="NO" > > natd_enable="NO" > > natd_interface="fxp0" > > inetd_enable="NO" > > inetd_program="/usr/sbin/inetd" > > foo_enable="YES/NO" > > foo_enable="NO" > > > Who is a GTK hacker? > > Does someone want to write a "registry editor" program? > > The point of the program would be to edit the "FreeBSD > Registry", rc.conf, and make it look just like the Windows > Registry in the editor, using "_" as the implied path > component/terminal component (key) seperator. > > Then we can all be honest with ourselves that the only > difference between it an the Windows Registry is that > the Windows registry is accessible/modifiable from > kernel mode, and the path component and key names.
I would add differences like: the M$ registry is bound to be corrupted, is only accessible by obscure tools, is for the best part not documented In other words why should FreeBSD adopt something like that? -- | / o / /_ _ email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] |/|/ / / /( (_) Bulte Arnhem, the Netherlands To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message