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Again, Costco came through with a \$65 sale on Instant Pots. Besides pressure cooking I can steam vegetables, make rice, make boiled eggs (good-bye countertop boiled egg maker!), and make yogurt. It also has a sous-vide function, a soup /broth function, a bean/chili function, a sauté function, and a meat/stew function. In addition, it also has functions for porridge and multigrain, which I have yet to use. That \$65 Instant Pot has replaced appliances I don't even have.
These are violations of the Unix Principle that actually work well and that I can live with. It is not that these things have replaced functions, but rather, that they have replaced devices that used to execute those functions.
These are violations of the Unix Principle that actually work well and that I can live with. The key difference is not that these things have replaced \textit{functions}, but rather, that they have replaced entire \textit{devices} that used to execute those functions.
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\noindent Well, I've rambled a bit here. I'm sure I'll remember more things to like about Unix after I put this issue to bed.
\noindent Well, I've rambled a bit here. I'm sure I'll remember more things to like about Unix after I put this issue to bed. And I'll do a bit of research, as well. But one of my favorite reasons is this:
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$ cowsay "Linux Rocks"
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\ (oo)\_______
(__)\ )\/\
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\chapter{What Are All Those Folders in the Linux Root?}
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What exactly \textit{is} a binary? The technical definition is that it's a file that contains compiled source or machine code. They are also called ``executables'' because they can be run (i.e., ``executed'') on the computer. Programs, if you will.
\section{boot}
Boot loader files. It's complicated—kernels, and so forth. It is also four letters instead of three. I don't really understand it, but I'll look into it.
Boot loader files. It's complicated—kernels, and so forth. It is also four letters instead of three. I don't really understand it, but I'll look into it. I believe this has to do with what happens when you start up your machine, so this is prompting me to create an issue \#2 to explore this.
\section{dev}
Device files, such as \verb|/dev/disk0/|, \verb|dev/sda1|, etc. Also the home of the wonderful \verb|/dev/null|.

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