Subject: Re: MacLinux (and other MacUnices)
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jim Wise <wisej@acf4.NYU.EDU>
Date: 12/22/1994 02:51:25
>There is also the new-born Patmos camp. On a scale from most to
>least complete, they would be:
It seems not to have been perfectly clear, as I thought it would be from
context, that I meant this list to be from least to most. sorry. I agree
that the relative positioning of MachTen and MacBSD is not absolute, but
chose it due to MacBSD's rate of change, and MachTen's strong X support.
I am a long-time user of MacMiNT, and a current happy owner of A/UX.
(If you can get it on sale or used... do.)
As several people pointed out, the mac version of Minix should be on there.
I haven't seen it, but if what I hear is accurate, it probably belongs
between MacMiNT and MacBSD on that list. Someone also mentioned the now-
defunct MacMach. I have no idea where to put that.