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M$ && Sending files back? [was: SOT: w2k alters mbr]

Technically, several years ago, the BSD versions had a better IP stack than 
Linux. I do not think that is true with the 2. Linux kernels.
John Abreau wrote:
> I haven't tried any of the BSDs since the BCS closed down. From what I've
> seen in too many Linux vs BSD flamewars, I always got the impression that
> BSD partisans were comparing the most recent release of BSD to a
> several-years-old Linux. I've heard the arguments, and I'm not impressed.
> As far as I'm concerned, the most significant differences between Linux
> and the BSDs are cultural, not technical, and the claims of "superiority"
> are some combination of marketing hype and religion.
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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