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On Mon, 12 Jan 1998 jalvo@cloud9.net (John G. Alvord) wrote:

> >/dev/disk/sd.h0.c0/i3.d0.p1????

> The use of letters like h and d is rather English-centric for the exact
> physical name. A pure dot/dash/underline separated physical name
> would require less to explain for non-Englishspeakers.

And "/dev/disk" isn't english-centric? What does "/dev" mean for all
those non-English-speakers? Does "sd" not stand for "SCSI Disk"?
I think this reasoning is suspect.
--Scott
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