[TUHS] TUHS Digest, Vol 44, Issue 3
lm at bitmover.com
Sat Dec 22 12:18:33 AEST 2007
> Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2007 12:58:40 +0000
> From: Tim Bradshaw <tfb at tfeb.org>
> Subject: Re: [TUHS] HP Apollo Series 400 and DOMAIN/OS...
> To: Wilko Bulte <wb at freebie.xs4all.nl>
> Cc: tuhs at tuhs.org, asbesto <asbesto at freaknet.org>
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> On 21 Dec 2007, at 12:31, Wilko Bulte wrote:
> > You could have DomainOS take a BSD or a SysV personality. Very
> > interesting.
> Very tangentially, Masscomp's RTU (real time Unix) could do this
> too. Other than that I think it is definitely something best
> forgotten, as it was pretty horrid (although my memory may be biassed
> by the awfulness of the HW)
Oh, I have fond memories of the Masscomp. That's where I learned how to
do sys admin (recovered from an rm -rf /) as well as networking (based
on 4.1c BSD as I recall, plus hacks). Masscomp had a really nicely redone
version of the socket programming docs that was most helpful at the time.
I was ..!uwvax!geowhiz!geophys!lm as I recall and all the geo* were
Ah, the joys of 20 users on a 40MB disk. That's why I wrote something
that turned Honeyman's time optimal but space worst case pathalias
db into O(time optimal) as well as O(space best case). Only dynamic
programming alg I've ever done and written up.
Larry McVoy lm at bitmover.com http://www.bitkeeper.com
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