Re: linux file system
Well ... new to me.
On Sat, 14 Jan 2006 13:00:52 +0000, neo wrote:
One look at the strange new world of Linux and only the Matrix came to
mind. Even "Trinity" used Linux to hack into the power grid. Linux
is so totally new or different than Window$, "neo" seemed quite
appropriate. As to the rabbit hole ... I have looked into /root/ and
saw how deep the rabbit hole goes.
Still, Linux is not that frightening ... just different.
Exactly! - But - FYI - Linux file systems are not new. They are derived
from Unix file systems which have been around a lot longer than MSWindows.
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