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SubjectRe: what's next for the linux kernel?


Marc Perkel wrote:
> This stuff I'm talking about is not theoretical. It's been in Novell
> Netware since 1990 and it works great. Netware with DOS in 1990 is still
> far superior to Linux today. Once you've had Netware - Linux is
> laughable. All youhave to do is look ate Netware and copy it. Or the
> mars-nwe netware emulator for that matter. The code to do this already
> exists.

If Linux is "laughable", and netware is "far superior", then get your
ass back on a netware box and stop complaining. If you like it so much,
use it. If you don't like the way linux works, don't use it. End of story.
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