Re: [mu tech]

From: winsor (
Date: Fri Jul 02 1999 - 22:52:36 CEST

I too think this would be a great idea, strip the boot-root-usr disk of
all uneeded user packages,(except a text editor) and concentrate on the
IP_Masq aspects.
 Oh.......*grin*.....and add a strong security package.
But as a user system to learn the O/S mulinux excells right now.
wondering here if "user contributed packages" would be acceptable
hint, hint*LoL*

winsor wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 01, 1999 at 10:16:29PM +0000, Michele Andreoli wrote:
> >
> > No. This is very far and requires a rewriting from scratch of
> > muLinux. Any case, I'm pondering on that: to frozen the actual
> > muLinux as mu386 and to start a new muLinux services-oriented,
> > without rustic code. NT-workstation and NT-server !
> I would think that for a server, 2.0.36 (or 2.0.37) would be
> a better choice--it's far more proven, remarkably stable, and
> quite secure...
> So MuLinux would branch into Mu386 (the user version w/programs)
> and MuServer (the server version)?
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