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Source code changes of the file "README.FreeBSD" between
bed-3.1.0.src.tar.xz and bed-3.1.1.src.tar.xz

About: bed is an adjustable data format binary editor.

README.FreeBSD  (bed-3.1.0.src.tar.xz):README.FreeBSD  (bed-3.1.1.src.tar.xz)
bed now compiles and runs under FreeBSD 4.3 bed now compiles and runs under FreeBSD 4.3
with version bed-0.2.12 you can also edit large harddrive devices, with version bed-0.2.12 you can also edit large harddrive devices,
(e.g. /dev/ad0). This port isn't tested very well, but I still recommend to (e.g. /dev/ad0). This port isn't tested very well, but I still recommend to
try it on you harddrive instead of your cdrom. try it on you harddrive instead of your cdrom.
To compile you need GNU make and bash To compile you need GNU make and bash
Press after ./configure you need to press gmake dep; gmake Press after bash ./configure you need to press gmake dep; gmake
To use bed while running in a text console, you should first To use bed while running in a text console, you should first
enable Alt-KEY combination. If you are using enable Alt-KEY combination. If you are using
/usr/share/syscons/keymaps/us.iso.kbd /usr/share/syscons/keymaps/us.iso.kbd
you can enable the Alt keys by loading us.alt.kbd you can enable the Alt keys by loading us.alt.kbd
(supplied with bed) by pressing: (supplied with bed) by pressing:
kbdcontrol -l us.alt.kbd kbdcontrol -l us.alt.kbd
You can findout which keymap table FreeBSD is using by looking You can findout which keymap table FreeBSD is using by looking
at the keymaps= statement in /etc/rc.conf at the keymaps= statement in /etc/rc.conf
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