Subject: AUX partitions
To: Peter Brewer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Dan Menchaca <Dan_Menchaca@quickmail.apple.com>
Date: 01/23/1995 15:39:14
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>>I think that going with AUX partitions would be smart. This technology
>>and is supported by a variety of SCSI formatters and drivers.
>Which is, of course, SysVr2-r3, supporting heterogeneous file systems as a
>specification. Alot of stuff from A/UX, ( escpecially the ability to
>create and use hybrid applications ), would be more useful if ported over
>to MacBSD than they currently are as parts of A/UX.
Good luck. I doubt they'll incorperate any of those features. Most of the
time I get Apple hatred or an ego like: 'I can do it better' (Linux guys) when
I suggest things to groups like this.
I think it's good that AUX partitions are used. I hope later for an ABI
compatability across all 68K UNIXes. I thought AUX would be a good basis, but
I guess there's some techical issues involved that wouldn't make this
PS - As far as 68K Mac Linux goes, it's a joke. I suggested studying AUX.
The guy thinks AUX runs on top of the MacOS. Gesh.