BSDCon 2002 Abstract
Sushi - an extensible human interface for NetBSD
The NetBSD Project
This document describes Sushi, a menuing system designed for the administration and configuration of the NetBSD operating system. Included are detailed explanations of the reasons behind the creation and design of Sushi. In addition, this document includes descriptions of the file formats and examples of the menus provided by Sushi.
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