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Re: New MakuluLinux Deserves a Spot in the Majors
10/03/18 10:45 AM PT | LinuxInsider Talkback Forum | 243 Words

... have a lot of sympathy for Linux developers because a good number of them suffer from terminal non-recognition through no fault of their own.

In order for Linux usage to expand it has to take more ground from Windows which...

rlweisman
Re: OS Wars: Solaris vs. Linux - Part 2
09/16/03 12:19 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 704 Words

nathanh: "There are other factors barring Linux' progress into Solaris' core strongholds as well. For example, although Linux is starting to make inroads in the 64-bit space, Sun's SPARC hardware platform remains a top choice for companies that want to take advantage...

A clue for you!
Re: Apple Feels the Squeeze From Linux NOT
12/06/05 6:03 PM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 233 Words

Some insignificat burr on Apples ass like Linux is of no concern. Trying to make this news shows just how desperate the Linux boys are.
I guess Apple's secure UNIX that can run all applications from all platforms including Linux should make you pretty...

nathanh
Re: OS Wars: Solaris vs. Linux - Part 2
09/16/03 3:04 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 314 Words

He said that Sun is in fact working on a project to run Linux on SPARC. Sun announced its plans to productize this commercially 18 months ago and first made it commercially available about a year ago."
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It really doesn't matter what Sun's plans...

nathanh
Re: OS Wars: Solaris vs. Linux - Part 2
09/16/03 5:33 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 252 Words

... are other factors barring Linux' progress into Solaris' core strongholds as well. For example, although Linux is starting to make inroads in the 64-bit space, Sun's SPARC hardware platform remains a top choice for companies that want to take advantage of...

sgp
Re: Memo to Linux: Beware the Desktop Quagmire
11/23/03 11:46 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 488 Words

I use Linux because it is free and because it is already qualitatively superior to Windows. My use is primarily on the desktop, so improvements in desktop integration will only permit others like myself to receive an even greater advantage over Windows users,...

Scott_Marlowe
Re: OS Wars: Solaris vs. Linux - Part 2
09/17/03 7:27 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 766 Words

It's a great match for things like postgresql databases to put linux on large n-way ultra sparc machines.
Your article says, and I'm quoting here:
"Sun's SPARC hardware platform remains a top choice for companies that want to take advantage of this architecture -- and...

linuxzealot
Re: Betting on Linux for Business
03/21/03 10:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 112 Words

... always nice to see good publicity about linux in the trade papers. But the writer should be aware that sales of pre-configured linux boxes are a poor gauge of linux's penetration. Even Red Hat's linux distribution is easily and legally available without...

jcrocker-sios
OVF Bootstrap & Configuration Utility for Linux VM Guests
10/24/13 1:55 PM PT | Wide World of Technology | 155 Words

... all,

I wanted to share an open source project, FVORGE, that we use in house to rapidly, and with repeatable consistency, deploy a Linux VM guest that will configure itself based on the set of OVF properties that you apply.

Solstice
Returning to Linux after long absence...
08/14/01 7:03 PM PT | Wide World of Technology

... all, As someone who has run both Linux and several versions of Windows, I can say that Linux wins the stability wars hands down. However, I ran Linux some time ago (Slackware 3.2) and feel out of the loop.

I'd love to...

bootdisk
Re: Linux (Finally) Ready for the Desktop
06/17/03 8:29 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 374 Words

Sure you need to definitely be compatible or have parity in functionality with applications like Office and the OS, but to have people migrate to Linux you need to be better than Microsoft. Don't settle for making the technology mediocre; make it exceptional...

ThomasFrayne
Linux desktop ready for small to super large businesses
06/22/04 12:00 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 127 Words

... is good to see that Ms Didio has conceded that Linux is ready for desktop use by small to medium businesses. However, she left out large and super large businesses.
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As I mentioned in my last post, any business can easily switch to...

pfhubert
Re: Linux (Finally) Ready for the Desktop
06/17/03 11:59 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 120 Words

As to the effect on overall adoption of Linux, I would think it is clear that any large scale cutover will influence other computer users.
1) some will begin to consider Linux where they had not before
2) some will decide to cut over...

nofreejack
Re: Returning to Linux after long absence...
09/29/01 9:49 PM PT | Wide World of Technology

... have heard of the re-programmable shells in linux, are they like configs? im new to all te linux stuff but im keen to learn and stray away from microsofts now pitiful...

cascadefx
Re: Memo to Linux: Beware the Desktop Quagmire
11/25/03 11:21 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 260 Words

I am also guessing that you haven't tried installing Linux lately either. First off, the graphical user installers on any modern Linux distribution are quite good, many have been reviewed as BETTER than the Windows installation program. One of my colleagues installed RedHat...

dsnider
Re: Memo to Linux: Beware the Desktop Quagmire
11/19/03 4:15 PM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 306 Words

If Linux succeeds in fulfilling all these needs (it's getting closer every day), then there will be little to keep people from switching.
People are loyal to their software, not their operating system.
For example... people have stayed with Microsoft because they were able (for...

dsnider
Re: As Good as It Gets for Linux?
09/09/03 8:54 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 39 Words

... is investing billions of dollars into Linux, and plenty of other large companies have been backing Linux for years.
Gartner can take their caution and shove it.
This SCO fiasco will only result in increasing interest in...

perspectoff
Windows v. Linux? Ubuntu.
04/16/09 6:12 AM PT | MacNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 263 Words

In fact, Mac is very similar to Ubuntu/Kubuntu Linux, since they both have Unix roots and similar philosophies in operating system.

But I don't have the money to buy and upgrade Macs. Sorry. It's just so. The economy, stupid, and...

andrecaldas
Re: Linux (Finally) Ready for the Desktop
02/15/04 7:45 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 926 Words

The companies we are talking about are already considering a move towards linux. The reason for this is not because linux is as good as windows or anything... those companies just don't want to be in Microsoft's hands.
Of course, anyone considering this...

Ajarn
Re: Memo to Linux: Beware the Desktop Quagmire
11/22/03 1:29 AM PT | E-Commerce Times Talkback Forum | 130 Words

I used some tools to recover my data, and now I am off to Linux, after messing around with it for a year
And for your info, I have about 50 friends who have switched to linux in the last year.
Not for the...

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