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SubjectRe: Faster depend written in Perl
On Sat, 27 Jul 1996 quix.robins.af.mil!msmith@yggdrasil.com wrote:

> Also a couple of other reasons.
> 1) In the US 386s with 30pin simms are available for free if you
> know where to go (sysadmin's closet). A 386/40 with 8 meg is not
> a had hacker's machine.
>
> 2) Old machines sometimes have "personalities" so we hate to replace
> them. You have to be a hacker at heart for this one. I'm trying
> to get a guy at work to sell me his Amiga so I can get
> Linux running on it for no good reason. :)

And an old 386 does a very good dumb terminal... (for those who just
can't have enough open shells...


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