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SubjectRe: Good point of Linux over Windows NT
On Fri, 24 Jan 1997 bofh@snoopy.virtual.net.au wrote:

> >> Also, doesn't everybody still remember the article that was around
> >> linux-kernel a few weeks ago, stating that NT has a scheduling bug that
> >> allows any program to render a machine useless? Somebody may even have it
> >> in ActiveX control somewhere in the web!
>
> >Yes - the priority bug. Its not as bad as the latest one - telnet to the right
> >port on NT4.0 (including with service packups 1 and 2) and type a few chars.
> >Close the connection and the NT server CPU hits 100% it goes very slowly and
> >it stays like it
>
> Which port? I want to test this one out...

And one should not forget that Microsoft probably uses its own products,
and that many libraries offer Internet access...

W. Reilly Cooley
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