Subject: NetBSD is a warm fuzzy!
To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org' <email@example.com>
From: James Graham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/11/2000 10:03:59
Due to the lack of support for my SPARC Ultra 1 Creator-3D, I decided to
give Linux a go.
Not bad, really, since I'm not using it for a dev box (end-user stuff only).
However, I will say that once NetBSD becomes available for this box, I'm
setting up shop.
Linux' limitation of NFS to version 2 is causing all sorts of havoc for
automount points from
NetBSD *definitely* gets the award for warm fuzzies in my book -- I'll take
it and its
organisation over Linux any fscking day of the week.
Oh, and last, but not least, healthy, hearty kudos to those of you working
on getting 24-bit framebuffer support going -- that's really, _really_
cool, and you are BRAVE souls for taking this on, IMHO.
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