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  • While I also found BeOS nice and I'm sad that it didn't survive (businesswise), saying that "only now UNIX is catching on with BeOS (featurewise)" is a bit parochial, to say the least... "What do you mean by UNIX, white man?" That a particular strain of Linux/BSD gains a feature doesn't mean that only know "UNIX as a whole" (whatever that means) gains a feature. SMP? Been there for I think decades, certainly for more than a decade. Journaling (data or metadata or both)? Been there for more than a deca

    • Ok, let's talk just about Linux specifically.

      SMP? Been there for I think decades, certainly for more than a decade

      It wasn't until Mandrake 7.2 that I could even get Linux to recognize my second CPU. Given that BeOS had SMP support in mind from day 1, I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that their implementation is at least as good as, and probably better than, Linux SMP support. I'm not sure where windows is at these days - NT was at 80% of up to 4 cpu's (max) last I heard.

      Journaling (data or

      • That sounds better, I'm fine with taking shots at Linux geeks :-) Somehow, oddly (since they seem to think of themselves as tecnoliterati), they are often quite ignorant of technological advancements existing or happening anywhere outside of Linux... somewhat reminiscent of Windows users, actually.

        (Of course, I'm a BSD-head, so take my grumpiness about "Linux freaks" with appropriate amounts of chlorides.)

        Which kind of journaling BeFS had/has? I've packed away my BeFS book by Giampaolo or I would