A Thursday 22 March 2007 08:57:15, Rafael Gomes escreveu:
Alguns desses funcionam tb em console?
O BackupPC é Web mas o Amando funciona sim no console.
Brief History Of Linux (#23) Linus Torvalds certainly wasn't the only person
to create their own operating system from scratch. Other people working from
their leaky basements did create their own systems and now they are sick that
they didn't become an Alpha Geek like Torvalds or a Beta Geek like Alan Cox.
Linus had one advantage not many else did: Internet access. The world was
full of half-implemented-Unix-kernels at the time, but they were sitting
isolated on some hacker's hard drive, destined to be destroyed by a hard
drive crash. Thankfully that never happened to Linux, mostly because everyone
with Net access could download a copy instead of paying shipping charges to
receive the code on a huge stack of unreliable floppy disks. Indeed, buried
deep within a landfill in Lansing, Michigan sits a stack of still-readable
5-1/4 floppies containing the only known copy of "Windows Killer", a fully
functional Unix kernel so elegant, so efficient, so easy-to-use that Ken
Thompson himself would be jealous of its design. Unfortunately the author's
mother threw out the stack of floppies in a bout of spring cleaning. The 14
year old author's talents were lost forever as his parents sent him to Law