On Tue, 2004-04-13 at 12:56, Hanno wrote: > Hi, Im currently using the book by Gary R. Wright and W Richard Stevens > TCP/IP Illustrated Volume 2, which uses the 4.4BSD-Lite source code as > example. My question : Up to which version of FreeBSD is the 4.4BSD-Lite > code used ?
4.4BSD-lite was the BSD source code after it was "sanitized" as a result of the AT&T lawsuit. It was incorporated into FreeBSD 2.0 if history memory serves me right. > Has it changed much Yes tons. Very little of the original BSD lite code remains in current versions from what I have read. > and if so is the source code for older > version of FreeBSD and/or the code for 4.4BSD-Lite still available for > download somewhere ? Many FreeBSD mirrors still carry code to FreeBSD 2.0, but that is not what you want if you just want 4.4BSD-lite. I think the BSD-lite code is still available as a tarball to download from various places. 40MB or so if I recall. I couldn't find it from a very quick search, but I'm sure you could find it. It may even be on ftp.FreeBSD.org if you know where to look. hth Tim _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"