Subject: Re: Stupid Question
To: None <charless@sco.COM, email@example.com>
From: Peter Brewer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/19/1994 12:51:07
>The point is that MachTen proves by example that the INIT/client
>application approach to hosting a UNIX-type operating system on the
>Mac _works_. I've seen it with my own two eyes. Whether it's the
>_best_ way is another matter -
>MacMint also uses this approach. But it is not quite as invasive on the MacOS.
>- personally I'd prefer to see the OS
>>with pre-emptive scheduling running the one with co-operative multi-
>>tasking as a client, not the other way round.
>They called that A/UX !
Now updated to version 3.1.1 but still lacks the ability to run System 7.1
System 7 Pro much less System 7.5. It too is limited to certain Mac
architectures unlike MachTen.
With more hardware secrets maybe MacBSD will surpass it.
Remember GNU's not Unix and XUxA is not A/UX! ;-) :-)