[blog] Rewriting sysctl(8) in Rust

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  • systeroid

    A more powerful alternative to sysctl(8) with a terminal user interface 🐧

    ref: https://github.com/orhun/systeroid/commit/8bd45ee41bc2849daec66ab6932cfd4bbec92562

  • sysctl-rs

    A simplified Rust interface to the sysctl system call

    I wonder if you have considered using the sysctl-rs crate instead of procfs to improve portability of your tool to include the BSDs and Mac OS? Otherwise this looks like a pretty cool project.

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