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    SubjectRe: NT basically sucks
    I think I am speaking for everyone when I say, PLEASE END THIS THREAD, OR
    MOVE IT SOMEWHERE ELSE!! :) It is interesting, but I think these endless
    threads aren't very productive, especially for the linux-kernel group. :)
    Anyway, all imho. :)

    On Mon, 27 Jan 1997, Matthew Kramer wrote:

    > On Thu, 23 Jan 1997, yuri mironoff wrote:
    >
    > > Oh give me a break - you can go one for one like that all day long.
    > > Every system has bugs. Linux locked up from the "ping of death" - NT only
    > > lost the tcp/ip service. WHAT DOES THAT PROVE??? The point of the
    > > discussion was about absorbing the best features (or best concepts if you
    > > like) from all the other operating systems and thus improving Linux. This
    > > is definitely NOT the "lets list everything bad anyone's ever heard about NT"
    > > thread!
    >
    > Linux was also the first OS to have a security fix for the oversized
    > packet problem. 3 hours after the advisery was made, I believe.
    >
    >
    >
    > .......................................................
    > : Matthew Kramer - http://www.netonecom.net/~mkramer :
    > : mkramer@netonecom.net .............................:.......
    > : kram1968@nova.gmi.edu : GMI Engineering & Management Inst :
    > :.......................: Computer Engineering Major :
    > : And best of all... Linux User! :
    > :...................................:
    >

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