Re: forwarded message from Jeff Licquia
Scripsit David Carlisle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > telnetd is a set of machine-language instructions. It doesn't actually
> > have any capabilities to do anything.
> This misses the point entirely so I'll try stating it another way.
> latex essentially runs in a virtual machine provided by tex the program.
My point is that there is no meaningful difference between "virtual"
and "non-virtual" machines in this respect.
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