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In article <199605291737.CAA04022@atlas.rc.m-kagaku.co.jp>,
Arno PAHLER <paehler@atlas.rc.m-kagaku.co.jp> wrote:
>I do not have any such problems, but sometimes my colleagues have:
>"It worked yesterday now it is broken." If Linux wants to be mainstream,
>it got to be less destructive. I have now converted an industrial group
>with a $3M budget to linux and they would like to get something for
>their money :-)) - obviously linux is MORE than just hacking away on
>the kernel.

It worked yesterday and now I have upgraded to a the latest alpha
per-version of the kernel which hasn't been tested by anyone and
now it is broken. So?

Mike.
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