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Re: Debian/GNU Freebsd (+binary compatablity?)

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On Tue, 23 Feb 1999 10:38:45 +1100, Craig Sanders wrote:

>On Mon, Feb 22, 1999 at 02:24:51PM -0800, Steve Lamb wrote:
>you might not have noticed this, but debian devel is not populated with
>slaves eager to be your research assistant so that you can score points
>with your co-workers.

    You might not have noticed this, but that isn't how it started out.  I
quoted it, so go back and read it.  Is it just me, or don't you expect
people to actually *gasp* back up their claims with some cites?

>a less demanding tone might even get you some answers.

    I shouldn't have even had to have asked the question.  You said that
Linux networking code has been beating FreeBSD networking code "for years."
Yet you didn't cite any examples to back up your claim.  I challenged it and
still, what, almost a week later, noone has been able to back up your claim.
Now, if someone in what is admittedly a *VERY* Linux biased forum can so
easily challenge your pro-Linux claim, what happens when you take that claim
into the real world?  You think others aren't going to request cites for
your claims?


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