:Stephen Hocking-Senior Programmer PGS Tensor Perth wrote:
:> Looks good, fair & accurate. Now, do you have the cojones to post it to
:> linux-kernel? 8^)
:I think Dillon actually worked on Linux VM before seeing the light,
:isn't that so?
:Daniel C. Sobral (8-DCS)
: If you sell your soul to the Devil and all you get is an MCSE from
:it, you haven't gotten market rate.
I did some minor work on the linux TCP stack about 3 iterations ago.
Moving to FreeBSD was more an interest issue then a seeing-the-light
issue. I also wrote dcron which was used in Linux for a bit, a long
It should also be noted that I also did some work with the 4.2
and 4.3 kernels at UCB, long before either FreeBSD or Linux came
on the scene and that is another reason why I moved over to FreeBSD.
( I changed the serial driver on the Perkin Elmer we had to use
microcoded DMA rather then discrete serial interrupts. Unfortunately,
the microcode was still subject to interrupt disablement so the
improvement to the serial subsystem was only moderate ).
I do feel that FreeBSD works better as an ISP platform, though,
which is one reason why BEST went with FreeBSD rather then Linux.
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