Nuke Richmond

From: John Foust <>
Date: Sat Jan 13 11:43:54 2001

At 11:41 PM 1/12/01 -0800, you wrote:
>When you have a LOT of unix experience they do seem about as easy to
>install, but I am a fairly normal, knowledgable person and it took me
>roughly 12 hours to get my first NetBSD system running on a Mac IIci as a
limited function Nat/firewall.

I'm no kernel genius, but I've been using Unix for nearly 20 years,
and still I feel that picking up the latest Linux distro and, say,
building an adequate firewall, will consume days learning the
quirks of the latest tools, figuring out why something wasn't
recognized, waiting for CDs to reinstall, etc.

- John
Received on Sat Jan 13 2001 - 11:43:54 GMT

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