On 27 June 2009 am 07:08:01 Polytropon wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Jun 2009 15:40:50 +0800, Erich Dollansky
> > On 26 June 2009 pm 14:01:02 Polytropon wrote:
> > > Maybe this is because vi scared me when using WEGA (which
> > > is the GDR's equivalent of UNIX System III, run on the
> > > P8000
> > was this the russian PDP-11?
> I'm not sure if there was a PDP-11 compatible system.
> Contruction mostly concentrated on IBM compatibles (and I don't
> mean PCs with that, of course). Maybe there's something
> USSR-special with a russian name (Iskra, Minsk, erm, no the
> Minsk wasn't a PDP-like...).
there was a PDP copy available but it is not mentioned on this
> And finally, he invented God, the Heaven, the Hell (delivered
> in small packages called "Windows"), the universe, life and
> everything. Children get educated that way, at least in today's
> german schools. :-)
A real bad development, also here.
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