Taking risks on software (ISC)

Marc Boucher marc at Clik.QC.CA
Wed Nov 29 12:52:14 AEST 1989

In article <[25711bb0:160.7]comp.unix.i386;1 at nstar.UUCP> akcs.larry at nstar.UUCP (Larry Snyder) writes:
<>problems with any NEW product. ISC has a very solid product on the market,
<>yet we must expect problems as the product continues to evolve.  If you 
<I would disagree.  ISC's product does not work as advertised and with the
<poor documentation I consider it not even in the running in it's current
<stage.  I have suggested that my users invest in a real product such as
<SCO 3.2 - since I know they will get support from real people with a
<professional attitude.  
	I agree. We are using 386/ix here with lost of problems, most of them
regarding their TCP/IP package which is really still beta.. (interlan driver
full of bugs, most utilities don't support /etc/shadow etc.. really silly
stuff that could be easily corrected..)

Marc Boucher, sys/netadm @ CLIK Telematique Inc - marc at clik.qc.ca
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