From: Joe Touch (touch@ISI.EDU)
Date: Fri Apr 14 2000 - 10:02:01 PDT
John Klassa wrote:
> > The UNIX-based duplication systems used in manufacturing are impervious
> > to MS-DOS-based, Windows- based, and Macintosh-based viruses.
> Heh. :-)
Huh? Any one OS is usually 'impervious' to the viruses of any other
sufficiently distinct OS.
The choice of a 'different' OS was by design - defacto. Not by any
useful property of Unix (not that I think there aren't any, but let's
not toot the horn for no good reason).
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