file re-naming?

Igor Gueths igueths at
Wed Feb 27 18:37:42 EST 2002

Hi Buddy. Thanks for the info. Well it seems that Linux commands are kind of different from Irix? Bc on irix, rn old filename new filename was the standard usage. Anyway, got a question. If anyone's already fed up with me then I'm sorry lol! Anyway, I have a page here that has installation and compiling instructions for the Linksys Network card driver (tulip.c). The only problem is, I don't know to what version of gcc this doc refers to. When I tried compiling the tulip module, I got all sorts of compilation errors. I am attaching the page in text form for reference. If anyone can try to compile the source file and/or tell me to what version the doc refers to, I would greatly apreciate it! I posted the driver a while back, but in case someone maybe lost it, I'll attach here with the page. Thanks in advance for any help! Also, if there is a problem with the encoding format please let me kno so I can change to uuencoding or something similar. Thanks again! 
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Buddy Brannan <davros at>
To: <speakup at>
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 4:37 PM
Subject: Re: file re-naming?

> Nope. ... rn is an old news reader.
> Don't use rm, cause that'll delete the file.
> The command for rename is mv.
> -- 
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