[TUHS] UNIX of choice these days?

Wesley Parish wes.parish at paradise.net.nz
Mon Sep 25 10:03:03 AEST 2017

I once thought of developing a computer where everything from the core functions to the peripherals 
was a network node. In effect replacing the bus. I found references to a Cambridge U (UK) computer 
system that purported to do just that but couldn't find any more info on it.

Your idea sounds like an extension of Oberon, from what I can remember of reading Wirth's book on the 
Oberon OS in the nineties.

You should give it a go.

Wesley Parish

Quoting Steve Nickolas <usotsuki at buric.co>:
> I once thought of trying to develop an OS where not only was everything
> a 
> file, but programs were in effect functions that could be chained 
> together.
> Then decided it was too radical.
> -uso.

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