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SubjectRe: [patch] nonblinking VGA block cursor
On Fri, 15 Jun 2001, Albert D. Cahalan wrote:

> Of course FreeBSD has a block cursor. It was easy to program,
> and it seems nice to the pot-smoking hippies out in Berkeley.
> FreeBSD doesn't define standards. FreeBSD breaks standards.
> (zombie creation, "ps -ef", partition tables, pty allocation...)
> Gee, kind of like Microsoft, except Microsoft got the cursor right!
>
> Ever wonder why IBM supports Linux instead of FreeBSD? Hmmm?

I bet it has more to do with growth curves than cursor style :)

-Mike

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