> one -- I've got extra licensed copies), install it, put a load of 5000
> connections on it, with 4 adapters. Dual boot Linux on it, and attempt
> the same with SAMBA or MARS-NWE, and watch it oink.
SAMBA and Mars-nwe are running user space thats why. They have flexibility,
protection and can run unpriviledged. If you want to put mars-nwe in the kernel
then it will certainly be interesting
> back and tell me how TUX is going to solve the File and Print performance
> issues in Linux.
There's an http file system around 8)
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