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SubjectRe: [offtopic] funny BSD people
On 15 Aug, sinster@balltech.net wrote:
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| Either that or it was Net-1 that was BSD's stack and we're on Net-2 now.
| Don't ask me, I'm just a programmer.
+--->8
Net-1 was ours. And was a bit of a nightmare IIRC --- mainly
remembered because people were using my JNOS port to get PPP, because
it was the considered opinion of the network folks that Net-1 would
never be capable of supporting PPP.

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