Nick Moffitt wrote:
>> begin David Murphy quotation:
> > You and I may not run them, but there are many non-unix Oses out
> > there that are alive and well. If VMS is so dead, can you let Compaq
> > know?
>> VMS is not as old as Unix.
[Begin quote from the OpenVMS FAQ, Part 1/5]
VMS version X0.5 was the first released to customers,
in support of the hardware beta test of the VAX-11/780,
in 1977. VAX/VMS Version V1.0 shipped in 1978, along
with the first revenue-ship 11/780s.
Given that Unix wouldn't see a paying customer base for a
few more years, I'm not sure that this statement holds.
> You are not entitled to your opinions.
>> 01234567 <- The amazing indent-o-meter!
> ^ Matt McIrvin: the Nikola Tesla of tab damage.
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