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Re: How Linux Saved Microsoft
04/24/05 3:27 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 425 Words

My wife & I have been using Linux on our home computer full-time now (it was her idea) for about 7 months. It has been the most trouble-free and peaceful 7 months we have had on this system. No viruses. No spyware. And...

Re: Pros, Priests and Zealots: The Three Faces of Linux
09/17/04 11:26 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 114 Words

One can draw the paralell between Linux and software development as pros = good clean code or design, priests = somewhat difficult to maintain code or design , and zealots = serious low level code bugs or design flaws. Indeed, the zealots will...

Re: Linux vs. Apple: An Uncomfortable Battle
08/30/04 4:05 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 282 Words

What used to be a three-horse race (novell, sun, microsoft) saw the near-exit of novell from competition by Microsoft - and Sun's support of Linux not only aids their own unix software (the latest Sun offering drops the CDE and its extortionate Motif...

Linux vs. Longhorn? Where?
05/12/04 12:47 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 268 Words

To paraphrase the article, "To beat Windows, one must do everything Windows does." The strongest enterprise Linux desktop installation is the Thin Client, for which Microsoft has NO ANALOG. So therefore Microsoft cannot beat Linux on the desktop?
"[Linux] tends to cost more than...

Re: Linux vs. Longhorn: The Battle Is Joined
05/11/04 5:59 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 188 Words

Is MS' cost of services any better than those offered by serveral people offering Linux and Linux support? That depends on your needs. With many companies the support for Windows doesn't just come from MS, it comes from 3rd-party software developers or VARS.

Re: Linux vs. Longhorn - 2006?
05/10/04 10:31 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 186 Words

IBM's Lotus Workstation looks like it will allow current Windows desktop users to install the Lotus client on their Windows systems, and start using Windows and Linux applications on IBM's servers.
All the maintenance costs will be on IBM's side, and the users can...

Re: Friday the 13th Unlucky for Microsoft; Windows Users Switch to LINUX
02/16/04 7:18 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 169 Words

Now serving customer 16789 on LIMEWIRE, with (search words): Knoppix, linux, freeduc, and other GNU/Linux distributions, also available for FREE at...

Re: My Conversations with Linux Zealots
10/29/03 7:45 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 316 Words

I for one could care less that you have been the (self induced) target of Linux groupee enathma. What I was looking for in both your articles, and failed to find indications of, were salient reasons why Linux, in your opinion is not...

Re: Pros, Priests and Zealots: The Three Faces of Linux
10/29/03 8:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 360 Words

You start by drawing an analogy between impressions we get of Microsoft to impressions you get of "the linux community." That's apples and hamburgers. Microsoft is a company with, hopefully, a management hierarchy determining its public actions and its customer relations. Do we...

Re: Pros, Priests and Zealots: The Three Faces of Linux
10/23/03 3:01 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 241 Words

The reason your hospital will never run Linux desktops is that for the last 10? 20? years they have been buying/developing/investing in apps for windows. To convert to Linux, most of these will have to be re-developed at a very significant cost .

Re: Pros, Priests and Zealots: The Three Faces of Linux
10/21/03 12:36 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 121 Words

I've encountered people (and you've probably seen postings on the net to the same effect) who have been put off of Linux because of zealots -- it's far too common that someone asks for help while trying out Linux for the very first...

Re: Apple, Linux and BSD: The 'Other' Platforms
10/07/03 12:14 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 575 Words

You can ask the OpenGroup whether Linux or BSD are Unix. They aren't. They are reimplementations of the POSIX standard which is what defines Unix. Neither of them are Unix derivatives because they are not based on Unix code. BSD at one point...

Re: Indemnification and Linux Insanity
10/04/03 4:04 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 286 Words

... is my problem, I believe in SCO's right to protect what they've bought; I also believe that IBM and the Linux community are actually pushing them into this extreme behavior.>>
How is IBM pushing SCO into this extreme behavior. In June, the ONLY...

Re: Indemnification and Linux Insanity
09/30/03 6:58 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 240 Words

... yet SCO have offered no evidence of anything, no basis on which to charge end users for anything, no legal proceedings based on *any* copyright infringement and have admitted that IBM owns the copyright to the code they have placed in Linux. ...

Re: Indemnification and Linux Insanity
09/30/03 6:19 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 114 Words

SCO can still collect damages from IBM and Linux can continue to provide cost savings to millions of users.
We all know SCO wants to construct a toll bridge on the public park we call Linux. Tough luck. We don't want that. If IBM...

Re: Microsoft vs. Linux: The Battle for Belief
09/16/03 2:20 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 341 Words

... very interesting and thought provoking article, and I think you are correct in identifying the engine of Linux's growing importance as the passion of a cause.
Your last statement is an exhortation to base IT decisions on fact rather than on belief,...

Linux problems
02/09/11 12:24 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 103 Words

... is no surprise to me that android has the most virus problems

Most people in the Linux community are a bit fanatical in their thinking that anything Linux based can never be infected by a virus.

Where there...

have the taste of google chrome in linux
04/01/09 5:50 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 22 Words

... a good thing that they are doing chrome for linux, crossOver has been cloned this for linux users.
see this:

Forget Symantec, use Eset's NOD32, or get Linux
01/13/06 11:17 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 233 Words

Ever tried an up to date Linux machine? After a couple of hours of training, you won't notice it at first, but after a week or two, you'll just find your time at your computer will just seem peaceful.
Linux can get really boring...

Re: The Most Powerful Labor Union in the World: Linux?
06/02/05 6:24 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 135 Words

The problem is that there is no leadership, nobody is in charge of Linux or Free Software or Open Source or any of these things. The code belongs to everyone, there are simply people who are currently organising it for a few people.

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