Re: [LUG] Linux as a print server]
On Wed, 16 Feb 2000, John Horne wrote:
> On 16-Feb-00 at 15:39:31 Aaron Trevena wrote:
> > Ah! I should have known that (well not really I ignored all windoze
> > related stuff on the course and its not considered a real NOS by the
> > lecturers who matter).
> Hmmm...and they are? :-)
Paul MacAtackney, doesn't even mention NT in distributed processing
because it doesn't hack it as in that field (ie SMP, MMP, clustering etc).
Dave Rowe rarely mentions NT and when he does its usually to point out
that it can't do X because its not real POSIX.
*must not rant*
*pulls himself away from keyboard and counts to 10 to calm down*
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