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Jeff Nathan jeff at ...950...
Wed Oct 11 00:17:52 EDT 2006


On Oct 6, 2006, at 11:29 PM, Randal T. Rioux wrote:

> Martin Roesch wrote:
>> I'm pretty sure they should be good sensors, Apple seems to emphasize
>> IO bandwidth in their designs typically and with the Core Duo CPUs
>> they've got a ton of horsepower.
>>
>> FWIW, I do all my Snort development on Macs these days. :)
>>
>> Hm, maybe I need to get myself a nice Mac Pro so I can do some x86
>> benchmarks....
>>
>
> Oh Marty... say it ain't so!
>
> x86 is for the weak. I will give you a SPARC, PA-RISC or SGI MIPS  
> box if
> it helps get you away from those horrible machines :-)
>
> Randy
>

Free computers as in "never been fired and only dropped once" ?

Just say NO to a portability (as in unix portability) lab in your  
home. :)

-Jeff

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