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authorJoshua Branson <>2018-10-30 12:55:08 -0400
committerSamuel Thibault <>2018-10-30 21:15:36 +0100
commit4de0ca82d4e8cd07630eb770a40ca0f7695bd01c (patch)
parent9cdfa70767a880d705fb65ea03d0f304e94f5ae2 (diff)
Documentation page now shows how to download all of the irc logs. the lwip page now mentions Joan's blog. Apparently -redir option is deprecated. -net user,hostfwd= is the one to use.
3 files changed, 13 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/documentation.mdwn b/documentation.mdwn
index e784ba4b..9300622c 100644
--- a/documentation.mdwn
+++ b/documentation.mdwn
@@ -137,3 +137,10 @@ from userlandish interfaces (Hurd) or from the micro kernel itself (Mach).
# General
* [[Media_Appearances]]
+# IRC Logs
+The IRC logs contain wealth of information. Many topics have been covered before in the IRC logs. You can use wget to
+download all of the logs and grep for the information that you want.
+`wget --mirror --no-parent -A "hurd-*" -e robots=off`
diff --git a/hurd/running/debian/qemu_image.mdwn b/hurd/running/debian/qemu_image.mdwn
index 835f36e4..c25b76ab 100644
--- a/hurd/running/debian/qemu_image.mdwn
+++ b/hurd/running/debian/qemu_image.mdwn
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Usage:
* Unpack it.
$ `tar -xz < debian-hurd.img.tar.gz`
* Run it
- $ `kvm -m 1G -drive cache=writeback,file=$(echo debian-hurd-*.img) -redir tcp:2222::22`
+ $ `kvm -m 1G -drive cache=writeback,file=$(echo debian-hurd-*.img) -net user,hostfwd=tcp:`
# Optionally use --curses to keep your keyboard layout. If need be modprobe kvm_amd, kvm intel and kvm to get kvm support (which is much, much faster).
* Login as root (the root password is empty)
* set up a root password with passwd
diff --git a/hurd/translator/lwip.mdwn b/hurd/translator/lwip.mdwn
index 9d3465b7..2de214f2 100644
--- a/hurd/translator/lwip.mdwn
+++ b/hurd/translator/lwip.mdwn
@@ -17,3 +17,8 @@ To configure lwip for internet connectivity, use the
The argument /server/socket/2 is the node that the translator is to be attached to. This is followed by the translator program to run and any arguments to give it.
There, -i, -a, -g and -m are, quite obviously, the (Mach) device to use, the IP address, the gateway and netmask.
+More information can be found on Joan Lledo's blog:
+* <>