On Tue, 16 Apr 1996, Luis de la Rosa wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have found this thread very interesting as I currently run Solaris 2.5 and
> also Linux. (I have looked into BSD, but couldn't bring myself to part with
> Linux...although I am curious if Linux has narrowed BSD's lead in networking
> speed with its newer kernels... Does anyone have any facts on that?)
Just my 2 cents worht. But i personally feel that linux has about another
20 years of research to reach BSD's networking ability.
BSD unix has been around for 25 some years.
It has taken that long to get where it is.
I think linux has some catching up to do.
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