David C. Plummer (DCP@QUABBIN.SCRC.Symbolics.COM)
Tue, 10 May 88 10:24 EDT
Date: 8 May 88 04:24:48 GMT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Robin Wilson)
False information alert!
... Symbolics using CHAOS (TCP derivative) ...
Chaos is not a TCP derivative. Chaos was in active service at MIT
around 1978 or so, which I think was before TCP became operational.
Chaos is more a derivation of (Xerox) PUP and Arpanet NCP, with a bunch
of things "fixed." In some ways it is more powerful than TCP/IP, and in
some ways less. It is certainly not a derivative of TCP, even though
Chaos's designers worked in the same building as some of the major
contributors to the TCP design.
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