Exactly! Slackware is of course the most solid Linux distro, and FreeBSD
Unix the best OS available ;-) Although the article is a bit trite, he's
obviously had experience with Mandrake and other major distro's. Though in a general sense, nailed it quite well.
Now if you've run MicroPort Unix SysVR3 (AT&T) on a 286 2.5MB memory and gotten 'DosMerge' to work. Or gotten the original SCO to send you custom boot disks to see if you could get Xenix to run on an 80286 that natively ran CP/M, then you're an 'old phart'.
--If I could spell, I'd say 'olde fart'. :-)
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