Subject: Re: Caldera
From: "Marty Leisner" <leisner@sdsp.mc.xerox.com>
Date: Tue, 2 May 1995 14:16:09 PDT


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>    John> I have heard a *lot* of horror
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>    John> I've been very impressed with its reliability, usability and
>    John> compatability. Granted, I'm running it on studly machines, so I don't
>    John> run out of memory or disk space or run into other boundary conditions
>    John> like that. I've also been very impressed with its networking
>    John> capabilities. It's lacking in the applications area, but then, it's an
>    John> operating system, not an applications suite. I don't have any desire
>    John> to touch Microsoft BackOffice or whatever they call it. I also have no
>    John> desire to run an http server or any other services off the machine.
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>    John> I *also* run a Linux system for my UNIX hacking. I'm also happy with
>    John> Linux. I haven't found it to be as reliable as NT 3.5, but I have
>    John> found it to be more reliable than many commercial UNIX's I've used.
>    John> 	- john romkey	  romkey@apocalypse.org
>    John>                           URL: http://www.apocalypse.org/pub/u/romkey/home.ht
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Wow, NT must be really good... (;-)

Which Linux are you running...

When I started with Linux with 1.09, it was somewhat better than windows.

After some problems, I haven't had a problem since 1.1.64...
(if I don't run out of swap...)

marty