Issue 1. [Re: [ros-general] ROS-User-Issues]
LyricalNanoha at dosius.net
Wed Oct 26 01:15:58 CEST 2005
On Wed, 26 Oct 2005, jwalsh at bigpond.net.au wrote:
> Jobs takes his payout after being dumped from Apple, takes the bit he missed from Xerox Smalltalk80 and builds NeXT computers, the ferrari of Computers.
> He brings it back to Apple again put it on a Linux kernel and calles it NextStep.
> Together (AIM group Apple, IBM and Motorolla) they build the "G" series.
> Microsofts decides to catch up by applying it to his own hardware base i.e. Intel.
> It is called the Wintel group.
NeXT was always based on BSD - OSX still is based on BSD, not Linux.
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