[Wolves] Free to good home.

Mark Croft croftyboy at googlemail.com
Sun Dec 6 13:11:01 UTC 2009

i remember using NT 3.5 on pentium 100 i think it was.

Was trying too port C ADS modules from an application from DOS Autocad
R12 too Windows Autocad R12.

2009/12/6 Kris Douglas <krisdouglas at gmail.com>:
> 2009/12/6 Stephen Parkes <sparkes at westmids.biz>:
>> 2009/12/6 Andy Jewell <Andy.Jewell at sysmicro.co.uk>:
>>> Didn't ya just LOVE the tcp/ip stack on that baby? Another example of
>>> MS 'following' standards... Had great fun trying to get it to talk to
>>> RedHat 3 back in the day. Oh the memories :-)
>> It was straight BSD wasn't it?
>> I loved NT4 and dual booted between that and Slackware (later Debian
>> via a 6month diversion through various RPM based distros) for about 5
>> years.  I think only Win2k and XP I've used longer out of the windows
>> family.
>> sparkes
> I liked 2k cause it reminded me of NT4, 2k being one of my favourite
> operating systems from the windows family.
> --
> Kris Douglas
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