Joshua D. Boyd
rescue at sunhelp.org
Thu Jun 28 00:51:44 CDT 2001
He was labeling the distribution a BSD derivitive. While Linux itself
isn't anything in particular, some distributions model their init
sequences and other things after BSD, and some after SysV. So far, I
really don't care that much which I sit behind.
On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Sebastian Marius Kirsch wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 03:02:22PM -0400, James Fogg wrote:
> > > Had you been using Debian/GNU/Linux (www.debian.org) you could have typed:
> > I just can't get used to BSD derivatives. I'm a sysV kinda guy.
> Labeling Linux as a BSD derivative is ... *strange*. Linux is the happy
> bastard that doesn't fit anywhere -- and it seems that some Linux
> developers actually take pride in the fact that their programs run
> nowhere else.
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