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osOpinion: UN*X on NT

Dec 28, 2000, 07:36 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dan S.)

[ Thanks to Kelly McNeill for this link. ]

"Netscape 6, on the other hand, is a disaster on a slow machine. Mozilla's version of the same product, without all the icing, is, in my view, a whole lot better. Opera 5 isn't half bad either, even with the advertisements."

"This brings us to my main topic -- running a UNIX-compatible operating system on top of NT...."

"The sweetest way to run UN*X on NT for me is DOSMINIX. Descended from Andrew Tanenbaum's venerable, though slightly old, MINIX operating system, DOSMINIX is a full, source-code, BSD licensed, UN*X powerhouse running in a cmd.exe box on NT (and possibly Win2K)."

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