Plan 9 (was Re: FYI: "FSF work on a GNU OS" posted to comp.ar)
templon at copper.ucs.indiana.edu
Sun May 19 01:51:16 AEST 1991
In article <117 at fbits.ttank.com> Mariusz at fbits.ttank.com (Mariusz Stanczak)
>> I remember hearing Rob Pike at Usenix picking on billing Mach as a
>> microkernel, and telling how much of Plan 9 you could get for the same
>> number of lines of source. It included the entire OS, the compiler
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Speaking of which, what is PLAN 9 (other than the original Unix guys'
next unix.) Where can I get more info about it? Why does noone
on this group talk about getting a Plan 9 port to the 3b1 instead
of a Mach port or minix port or whatever.
Would like any info about Plan 9. Also, what machines are now running
it and who sells them.
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