FreeBSD as the first 'standard' unix
michal at pasternak.w.lub.pl
Fri Jun 13 16:15:40 PDT 2003
.VWV. [Fri, Jun 13, 2003 at 11:52:53PM +0100]:
> FreeBSD gives us now the first chance of having a standard unix platform for
> software developers. People of Net and Open versions must accept this matter
> of fact in the next future.
Hah, that one was good, you made me laugh. Tell me, have you _ever_ used
any other BSD than FreeBSD?
> When an operating system has always all of the libraries in the same place,
> it will have the road open ahead.
Ah, you must be suffering from compilation problems.
> I'm neither a programmer nor an expert of unix, but I can quite foresee,
I can see that.
> FreeBSD will have a lot of success, day by day. It's only a question of
> time: believe me, and I hope you'll repeat as much as you can, FreeBSD is
> the unix for our future.
Of course it is.
Michał Pasternak :: http://pasternak.w.lub.pl
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