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    SubjectRe: Linux vs. NT for Developers
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    Juergen Sauer  <jojo@sae.extern.fh-hannover.de> wrote:
    > - may be hard to find a --- M$ tends to drop pre Alphas in
    > productionlevel rock stable system wide field tests. (I/O Bug in 4.0)

    Au contraire, I've been running production level Linux systems since
    0.99.something, over the 1.0.9 and 1.2.15 range, now with
    2.0.something, sometimes under heavy load, always with uptime in the
    range of months and no kernel crashes.

    So much for "rock solid". A definitive ++ for Linux.

    olaf
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