The full list: amiga, atari, cesfic, hp300, luna68k, mac68k, mvme68k, news68k, next68k, sun3 and x68k.
So... I guess you had a kid on May 17:th of this year?
Wow, that's a really old pic of AKB48. Like, half of those girls are no longer members.
Yeah, try that in Solaris and watch all processes die...
killall is used by shutdown(1M) to kill all active processes not directly related to the shutdown procedure.
Seriously - you believe the phrase "it's not you, it's me" ever spared anyone's feelings?
It's not you, it's me. I don't like you!
I find that statement a lot more honest (and funny),
Another good thing - It runs NetBSD!
I'm tracking NetBSD -current. Reboots happen when there is a new feature I want to try out or when there are important security updates.
I would probably say something like once every two weeks to once every three months.
I do have an UPS and power failures long enough for shutdown are very rare.
Here is a short presentation with some purty graphs comparing NetBSD 4.0, NetBSD 5.0, Linux and FreeBSD 7.1.
Done by Andrew Doran, one of the most prolific NetBSD developers.
Computer Science is merely the post-Turing decline in formal systems theory.