The plan9/plan9port port

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

Description

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 http://plan9.bell-labs.com/plan9 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.
WWW: https://9fans.github.io/plan9port/

Readme

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

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Running plan9port binaries
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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
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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.

Maintainer

Gleydson Soares

Only for arches

amd64 i386 powerpc

Broken

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

Categories

plan9

Reverse dependencies

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