Mark Crispin (MRC@PANDA.COM)
Mon, 30 Nov 87 23:14:55 PST

I might note that a certain PDP-10 operating system at MIT had a working NFS
over the ARPANET over 10 (15?) years ago. It was called MLDEV, and supported
all the same operations as the local disk including disk-to-memory mapping.

Someday, perhaps in the 90's, Unix will evolve to the point that we can once
again enjoy the level of functionality we had in the 70's. :-(

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