> At 06:26 PM 1/22/2004 +0100, you wrote:
> >If we should have waited for a good network protocol from windoz, we still
> >would run netbeui, not TCP/IP. If a feature must be added, a possible
> >missing function is a bad reason, just add it.
> I know, Finux has only superior protocols such as NFS, and invented TCP/IP.
If you would care to excuse me, gentlemen, I think it would be
constructive for the relevant correspondence to stop bashing at each
others operating systems, and instead focus on the task at hand...
> >Moreover, currently, the problem is not the CPU speed, it is the bandwidth
> >(especially upstream). If performing 40 searches per second use all your
> >upload bandwidth then I think we will just have something like ed2k (good
> >to find something, awful to obtain it).
> Did Slashdot's Lunix groupthink remove your ability to compose a coherent,
> rational thought?
> The hub's problem is bandwidth. The client's problem is CPU time. Those "40
> searches per second" are client CPU problems with regexes, not bandwidth
> problems that would affect one's ability to share files (rendering your odd
> ed2k comment utterly irrelevant).
Now for the fourth time, "those 40 searches per second" scenario will
never happen, for previously given reasons.
Btw., you seem to be inventing different name puns on Linux in every
mail that you write. While, as I stated, I think that it would be
constructive to stop bashing at each others operating systems, I can't
help being a bit curious as to what grudge it is that you hold against
an excellent operating system. Would you mind mailing me your reasons
in a private mail?