Re: Linux-2.1.34 - the bleeding edge

David Williams (
Tue, 15 Apr 1997 01:50:18 +0100

In message <Pine.LNX.3.95.970414191956.10936B-100000@balintrc.gardens.ud>, Woodstock <> writes
>On 14 Apr 1997, Linus Torvalds wrote:
>> Ha!
>> Do you want to be a _real_ man (or woman), and run interesting kernels
>> rather than those wimpy 2.0.x things?
>> Now you can. What would you pay? 19.95? 14.95? Or even just 9.95? NO!
>> You can get a RealMan(tm) or RealWoman(tm) or even a RealThing(tm)
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>> Where it it, I can hear you ask?,,
>> and any other well-stocked ftp site in your
>> neighbourhood.
>> Linus "v2.1.34 - the _cool_ kernel" Torvalds
>Is it me, or has Linus been watching a little _too_ much American TV? ;)

BA says "He's on the jazz....."

> - Woody
> SysAdmin of WoodyNet!
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David Williams