[Zachary Copley <email@example.com>] Re:
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sneakums at zork.net
Wed Jun 5 00:51:11 PDT 2002
commence Zachary Copley quotation:
>>>>>> "SN" == Sean Neakums <sneakums at zork.net> writes:
> SN> Of course I was trolling. But OS X is a bunch of NeXT stuff
> SN> that runs on top of a BSD-compatible super-server running on
> SN> a Mach microkernel. No number of rants can change that.
> SN> That fact that Mach is a big fat first-generation
> SN> microkernel is unfortunate, but you're kind of stuck with
> SN> it, at least for now.
> You dumb ass. You don't know what the F you're talking about.
> Darwin is a fucking monolithic kernel. So was NeXTSTEP's kernel.
Never let mere facts get in the way of a good troll, that's my motto.
Anyway, as I recall, it was the releases of NeXTstep based on Mach 2.5
(possibly earlier; what version did NeXT start with?) that had the
separate BSD super-server.
"As the chief proponent of Java at SGI told me: 'Alex, you have to go
where the money is'. But I do not particularly want to go where the
money is -- it usually does not smell nice there."
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