From: John H. Kim (jokim_at_superdec.uni.uiuc.edu)
Date: Tue Jun 20 1995 - 13:57:03 EDT
On Mon, 19 Jun 1995 22:22:36 -0700 (PDT) Mehdi Attaran wrote:
>> Arrrgh... Sometimes it makes me think I should just dump OS/2... :-)
>As Nike commercials say, "Just do it!". :-)
Actually, I was talking of dumping OS/2 for Linux.
>dumped all the StinkPads in favor of the new Toshiba/NEC Pentium boxes.
Ummm, are you sure you want to insult Thinkpads on a mailing list composed
of Thinkpad owners? :)
>I'm now happily running build 490C of Windows 95... There is no looking back
>here! I don't have to put up with the mediocre IBM TCP/IP and my DOS/Windows
TCP is a protocol layer. Either it works or it doesn't. I haven't had
any problems with it. Is there a free, robust X-Windows for Win95?
>apps run much faster and more reliable. I have never seen better performance
>from our 3C589 PCMCIA network cards (which are running in 32-bit mode), and
PCMCIA slots are 16-bit. How do you get the cards running in 32-bit mode?
Thanks for the suggestion but given the amount of Unix programming I
do at work, Linux would be my first choice. I'd go with Linux right
now if it wasn't for the big-endian/little-endian thing screwing up
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