The plan9/plan9port port

plan9port-20210323 – Plan 9 from user space (cvsweb github)


Plan 9 is a distributed computing environment built at Bell Labs
starting in the late 1980s. The system can be obtained from Bell
Labs at and runs on PCs and a
variety of other platforms. Plan 9 became a convenient platform for
experimenting with new ideas, applications, and services.

Plan 9 from User Space provides many of the ideas, applications,
and services from Plan 9 on Unix-like systems.


$OpenBSD: README,v 1.2 2018/09/04 12:46:20 espie Exp $

| Running ${PKGSTEM} on OpenBSD

Running plan9port binaries
The plan9port tools consist of many small binaries intimately tied
together, some of them conflicting with OpenBSD base utilities. To
avoid runtime conflicts, you may wish to append
${TRUEPREFIX}/plan9/bin to your PATH.

Alternatively, plan9port tools can be run with ${TRUEPREFIX}/bin/9

9 man 1 intro

Reading plan9port manual pages
You may add the plan9/man directory to man.conf(5) or set

export MANPATH=:${TRUEPREFIX}/plan9/man

in the shell where you want to read plan9port manuals. Note the
leading colon.


Gleydson Soares

Only for arches

amd64 i386 powerpc


on i386: various "invalid operand for instruction", OpenBSD-386-asm.S



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