Martin Gasbichler <email@example.com> writes:
> Why didn't you try the current version (0.6.2) of scsh? It's avaiable
> from http://www.scsh.net/download.html and contains a lot more
> features than 0.5.3.
I didn't know about it. I followed my old notes which said that
the place to look for scsh is
ftp://ftp-swiss.ai.mit.edu/pub/su/scsh/scsh.tar.gz, which in turn was
a symlink to scsh-0.5.3.tar.gz, the newest file in that directory.
Perhaps you can get someone at mit to update the README file there?
> I suspect some more adjustments are required in the scsh/gnu/
> directory, but I don't know, how releated Hurd and Linux
> are. doc/porting.txt provides some (maybe out-dated) information on
> this topic.
I'll try scsh-0.6.2 next. But as long as scsh uses only posix and
glibc features, the difference between hurd and linux are quite small.