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Old 9th November 2008
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Default download specific file from freebsd source

Hello I have a question about a good way to download a specific file from the freebsd source.

The file I look for is the linux_futex.c linux_futex.h from freebsd7-stable or current.

I tried to see if there was some directory for source in the ftp, but I could not find it.
Alternatively I guess I could use csup with a test directory and download src-sys for freebsd 7-stable/current and get the file from there. But that seems really unnecessary since I would get so much extra files.
Can I specify the sup-file more exactly for instance ~"src-sys/compat/linux"-ish in some way? But I guess cvsup is not for getting specific files.
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