Subject: Re: Future of NetBSD??
To: Dave Cornejo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Peter Galbavy <email@example.com>
Date: 06/25/1995 10:01:47
> The average NetBSD user, I think, is a person who cares more about
> the design of the OS than in using it. A NetBSD user is the guy who
> buys a car and spends his time and money under the hood, instead of
> the chrome wheels, tinting, neon, teensy tires, and a really boomin'
> stereo system.
And wants to see the thing run and run and run and run... I like
reliable OS'es and some of the NetBSD snapshots are the only ones
I have seen last long enough. SunOS 4.1.4 with one patch does quite
well for us too. 100 day up times for intensly used systems is a
Also, buying hardware to suit the OS rather than finding the OS to
suit your hardware make for more stable systems. I *know* what is
going to work with NetBSD.
Peter Galbavy firstname.lastname@example.org
@ Home phone://44/973/499465
in Wonderland http://www.wonderland.org/~peter/