Subject: Re: MacLinux vs. MacBSD
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Dameon D. Welch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/21/1995 16:22:13
Quotes from the great literary masterpieces of Allen Briggs:
>> I'm sure most of the people on this list have. Which makes me
>> sort of a "devil's advocate".
>Actually, I doubt it. There are a lot of problems that have left a
>number of people sort of stranded with non-working or partly-working
>Anyway, with that said, there are a number of people who do have
>working systems and the working system is quite nice and useful
>with a full range of standard BSD tools, file systems and applications,
>SUNOS (m68k) compatibility, monochrome (color sometime) X windows, etc.
For the record, I have a trn/cnews/uucp setup working as well. I
suppose I could try getting nntp running, but without a full-time net
connection, it seems kinda useless to try, especially when I have
Taylor UUCP working quite nicely.
>The system is also far from dead. We're actively working to improve
>it, and I'm hoping to be able to spend a lot more time on it this spring
>than I have in quite a while, so I think we'll start to see more of
>it coming together.
It'd sure be nice to get rid of the "panic: biodone already" things...
< Dameon D. Welch (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, et al. ) >
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