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discussing flavors of POSIX [was M$ && Sending files back?]

At least they both use GCC et. al. as a compiler. 
On 18 Jun 2002 at 13:32, David Kramer wrote:
> Since my server is also a learning tool for skills I would like use at    
> work or elsewhere, it behooves me to use the most popular tool that will  
> suit my needs.  That gives Red Hat Linux a certain bump up on my list, but
> if some other distro of *NUX or *BSD has some advantages that mean
> something to me, then I'll go with it.  But I'm not gonna switch because
> "Red Hat sold out to Da Man!" or something like that.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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