[buug] Berkeley Unix User's Group

Karen Hogoboom khogoboom at gmail.com
Sat May 28 14:50:10 PDT 2011

My understanding is that UNIX was created by Bell Labs, and that was on the
east coast where MIT is alive and well and living near New York.  Can
everything built on a foundation live when the things that are built on that
foundation killed that foundation?


On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 7:21 PM, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:

>  Try:
> Arch
> Slackware
> Start at http://distrowatch.com/ to find information.
> Stupidity's where you find it, but the above are generally considered to
> be tailored particularly for experienced Unix folk, and have far less
> cruft and greater structural elegance (in the view of many) than
> average.
> If by 'broken MIT stuff' you mean implementations of X11, there really
> aren't any generally accepted alternatives.  The only other major pieces
> of MIT software I can think of that are in commodity Linux distributions
> are (the leading implementation of) Kerberos and (arguably) emacs.
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Karen Lee Hogoboom
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