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Old 22nd January 2009
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The site http://www.bsdnewsletter.com appears to have been abandoned. The domain expired a couple days ago. Does anyone know what is going on? It had some interesting articles that I haven't had a chance to copy yet. In fact, I first noticed it was down when I went to print out an article on scripting for the rc.d system I had bookmarked.
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Your best bet may be to use Google's cache:

http://www.google.com/search?q=site%...newsletter.com

Follow the 'Cached' links below each hit to get to the material.
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Old 23rd January 2009
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I've been trying to go through the cache since I saw that the site domain had expired -- not knowing if they would be back up and knowing that Google's cache doesn't store things indefinitely.

I've been able to recover a good number of articles, but not all the ones I'd like to yet.
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There's also the Internet Archive Wayback Machine that saves copies of websites. You may be able to find archived versions of the website there.
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