On Wed, 28 Feb 2001, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Of course, _real_ computers have firmware that detects bad RAM and
> passes a list of good RAM areas to the booting kernel...
this hardware you speak of wouldn't perchance be of the family that
succeeded the family of hardware that Unix was born on, hardware only
recently discontinued by the company that bought the company that
made this hardware?
And the OS wouldn't perchance be the OS that has been established
recently on this list as NOT being older than Unix?
if only there was a linux port to this hardware you speak of....
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