> Quoting Richard Eibrand (richard at eibrand.net):
>>> Just read this article http://us.rediff.com/money/2005/may/06linux.htm,>> and was wondering what peoples thoughts are with regards this problem.
>> Some more scare mongering?
>> Translation: In 2038, your 32-bit Unix box will become a doorstop for
> software reasons.
>> Begs the question of why you would be using a 32-bit Unix box in 2038.
True Rick. Sure I'd be surprised if you are still running 64bit hardware &
software at that stage. Thats like sooo 2005.
> Rick Moen Linux for Intel: Party like it's 2037!
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