[rescue] Re: G5 case
kevin at pipeline.com
Tue Jun 24 13:38:00 CDT 2003
I'm getting quite accustomed to my IRIX boxen so this
isn't a knock against them, in fact, IRIX is running
my primary workstation these days, but for me
personally, they would all be collecting much dust
without the "userland from a few hundred different
sources" SGI freeware.
I do see much value in, and support, the "one company
making the hardware and software" concept. I just
don't subscribe to the idea that that is the only way
things can work well.
On Tue, 24 Jun 2003 21:18:51 -0500
"Jonathan C. Patschke" <jp at celestrion.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Jun 2003, Eric Dittman wrote:
> > Linux isn't UNIX, but in name only. There's really
> > not much difference between Linux and a real UNIX.
> There's a huge one. Linux is just a kernel; the
> userland comes from a few hundred different sources,
> and it shows. BSD, just like SunOS, IRIX, and the
> other "real Unixes" is a single, coherent product
> with a much more polished feel.
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