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Choosing between portability and innovation

Choosing between portability and innovation

Posted Mar 3, 2011 22:58 UTC (Thu) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
In reply to: Choosing between portability and innovation by martinfick
Parent article: Choosing between portability and innovation

Linux, almost uniquely, didn't use the BSD TCP stack. Windows did (for a long time, if not anymore).

So, no, unless it was an algorithmic error Linux would not have inherited the ping of death (at least not *that* ping of death).


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