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

I think that it would be healthy for the BLU to have discussions regarding 
the differences, strengths and weaknesses of FreeBSD and Linux. 
On 18 Jun 2002 at 10:17, Brian J. Conway wrote:

> I was referring to the virtual memory fiasco that has plagued much of the 
> 2.4 series kernels, and still comes up regularly on the Linux kernel 
> mailing list as an issue that doesn't seem to be resolved in some 
> environments.  I'm not interested in starting a flamewar, but I think both 
> Linux and the BSDs (FreeBSD in particular I mostly refer to) have a set of 
> strengths and weaknesses, and to say that the only differences between 
> them are non-technical seems very short-sighted.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Associate Director
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