Subject: Re: NeXT?
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From: Theodore F. Vaida ][ <tfv0@Lehigh.EDU>
Date: 11/03/1994 22:48:02
In message <199411032215.AA08436@rocinante.digex.net> Dave McGuire writes:
> But in the opinion of many, there are a lot of things in the BSD
> side of NeXTStep that are broken, and the underlying MACH is slow as
Almost everything onthe BSD side is borken, the real problem with the NeXT
system is that it insists on using the NetInfo system which runs a pseudo inetd
anmed etc. which are NOT compatible with regular networks. I dont know how to
configure it to link with our system (can only use ip numbers ugh) and so its
hardly uasable to offload services from out busy main server. Fancy xterminal
server is all it seems to serve.
Please do lets get a NeXT group together. I'd be more than willing to donate a
few nights of coding etc. if anyone has hardware docs and things that need
done. Anyone at netbsd.org wanna setup a NeXT group so that the 386 people dont
have to listen to us *grin*.
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