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From: Rob Kolstad <>
Subject: BSDI vs. NT
Date: 1996/08/28
Message-ID: <199608281652.KAA02000@ace.BSDI.COM>#1/1
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x-inj-env-from:!!!!  Wed Aug 28 21:30:28 1996
newsgroups: cs-monolit.gated.lists.bsdi-users

I have this idea that BSDI is easier to install than Windows NT.
I've installed both.

If you think I'm right and would discuss such things with a
journalist (publicity and all that), please drop me a line.


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