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From: p...@aleph.UUCP (Paul Fronberg)
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Subject: SVNet meeting February 17th: 386BSD: the first year   (REPOST)
Keywords: 386BSD, BSD, Intel, 386, 486, unix, berkeley
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Date: 11 Feb 93 17:30:54 GMT
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Sorry about reposting the announcement. There was some machine problems and
it wasn't clear the posting got out.
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	         ----- NOTE DATE CHANGE FOR FEBRUARY -----

       SVNet						    Meeting

		       Wednesday, February 17, 1993


       Topic: 386BSD: The First Year

	     386BSD, the research and educational system for the
             386/486 PC, has had an exciting first year. During this
             time its activer user base has grown to over 250,000
             (according to "UNIX Magazin", August 1992. In this informal
             talk Bill Jolitz will discuss some of the highlights of
             386BSD's first year, including current 386BSD work to appear
             in 0.2 as well as future directions which will impact these
             areas.

       Who:  Bill Jolitz

             Bill Jolitz is the creator of 386BSD and coauthor of the
             popular "Porting UNIX to the 386" feature series in Dr. Dobbs
             Journal. He was principal developer of both 2.8 and 2.9 BSD at
             the University of California at Berkeley, and the chief
             architect of National Semiconductor's GENIX project. Bill writes
             and speaks on 386BSD and other technical areas of interest such
             as TCP/IP, high-speed networking, and ISDN. A book entitled
             "386BSD From the Inside-Out" will be available in 1993. Bill is
             currently affiliated with TeleMuse, a technical consulting firm.


       When: WEDNESDAY,	February 17, 1993 at 7:30pm

       Place: Sun Microsystems Building	6, Stanford Room
	     2750 Coast	Ave, Mountain View, off	Garcia Ave near
	     Highway 101

	     Officially, the address for Bldg 6	is 2750	Coast Ave,
	     but Coast resembles a driveway, so	don't get confused.
	     Take the Amphitheatre Way exit off	Highway	101, turn
	     left on Garcia, look for Bldg 5, and then the sign	for
	     Bldg 6.


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