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CryBaby
Re: Pros, Priests and Zealots: The Three Faces of Linux
10/21/03 12:40 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 444 Words

I am so thin-skinned that I have actually allowed these thugs to shape my opinions about the technical merits of linux and the legal merits of the SCO case."
Let me make it clear that I am basing my addmitedly harsh criticism on the...

MHCBigs
Re: Pros, Priests and Zealots: The Three Faces of Linux
10/21/03 7:19 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 223 Words

I could not agree more with your analysis of the Linux community, exspecialy those that post on Slashdot. I work in a hospital systems running under a wide variety of OS. Yes, we do have Linux servers, but we do not and never...

1010011010
64-bit transition argues in favor of a Linux migration, NOW.
09/24/03 9:48 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 179 Words

... 64-bit transition actually argues in *favor* of a move to Linux now -- since Linux and Unix have been established on 64-bit systems for years. Linux is actually a more stable long-term platform than Microsoft, given that Linux applications are a mere...

glennthigpen
Re: Microsoft vs. Linux: The Battle for Belief
09/15/03 8:24 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 570 Words

I was a GEOS user when I learned about Linux. It just suited my fancy. I do not hate Microsoft or its products. I have my own opionions about those products and some of their business practices. Using Linux is a matter...

Gryyphyn
Re: Microsoft's Unix, Dell's Linux
03/20/07 5:53 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 418 Words

The fear induced in the common user market about a Linux switch is: a) familiarity and ease of use; b) available support (this includes documentation); and c) cost of the product. These are in no particular order but they cover the main scope.

Dreadlord
Re: Microsoft's Unix, Dell's Linux, and a Virus Warning: Get Infected, Get Fired
03/19/07 10:59 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 178 Words

"For Linux in the same $500 PC, let's say Linux is priced at $50. The buyer wants Linux to be free and gets a steep discount -- most of which Novell (Nasdaq: NOVL) or Red Had may eat. This leaves little or no...

ryuko098
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS
05/07/06 6:38 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 160 Words

Enderle, I think that he misses the point with Linux, which is an open-source project -- not an organization, much less a corporation. Because of it's "free" nature, Linux continues to be a forum of the latest technology and innovation, and I...

pagux
Re: Linux vs. Apple: An Uncomfortable Battle
04/01/06 12:35 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 127 Words

... GUI is now non issue .....its amazing how Linux GUI like KDE and Gnome has become ...its just took few hours of hacking to convert my linux laptop to Mac look alike ...http://pagux.com/pics/linux.png
and http://pagux.com/pics/linuxosx.png
.....I can safely say it will take no more...

directrix1
Re: The Most Powerful Labor Union in the World: Linux?
06/02/05 2:05 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 438 Words

Blind statements asserting Linux is a terrorist entity. Yeah, Linux as a base of software is as big a terrorist entity as the Red Cross or Salvation Army. Because giving software away is really going to destroy the power grids and such. I...

bugmenotcom
Re: The Most Powerful Labor Union in the World: Linux?
06/02/05 3:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 244 Words

Enderle has taken a rather bad 101 in cunningness by trying to wrap a kind of "Linux is scary, stay away from it" message in his sad little OpEd about a Linux & F/OSS focused union. Once again his bias towards Microsoft and...

beaner
Re: How Linux Saved Microsoft
04/18/05 10:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 400 Words

So Rob, you really think that by 2015 Linux is only going to be a minor stain in IT history? I just don't understand how you can make that statement.
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Sure, I totally agree that it isn't the best thing since sliced bread and...

hunabku
Re: Apple, Linux and Microsoft: Losing the Religion
12/05/03 11:23 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 251 Words

I suggest you do further research and you'll find growing support on a global scale for Linux. As a matter of fact Sun Microsystems has just announced a Common desktop environment that is based on JAVA and Linux that works on existing...

joeldg
Re: Pros, Priests and Zealots: The Three Faces of Linux
10/21/03 7:02 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 225 Words

... as a linux programmer (who came in from working as an MS programmer) I can say thank you for the article.
If you read through posts on slashdot very often you will note that there is an entire slough of posts that are...

ixnayrox
Re: Pros, Priests and Zealots: The Three Faces of Linux
10/20/03 5:50 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 352 Words

They've also hired Martin Taylor to be their Arch-Bishop of Linux bashing. But it's okay, if you are happy to "be happy with Microsoft" and spread your ignorant bliss.
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On to the zealots. For the love of all that's good and Holy, Slashdot is...

cypherpunks
Re: Indemnification and Linux Insanity
10/03/03 4:27 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 285 Words

There has been no evidence that SCO's empty threats and multitude of lies has hurt Linux adoption, and even if it had, it's not hurt Linux *development* which is really the only thing the developers care about. When companies benefit from Linux deployment...

tungtung
Re: Indemnification and Linux Insanity
10/02/03 10:41 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 624 Words

Stories that have been ignored or covered poorly include Caldera's efforts, (pre SCO) to make sure that SMP was put into the Linux kernel, the shakiness of SCO's legal claims, Caldera's contributions to the Linux kernel, the possibility that some SCO boardmembers may...

bmwood
Re: Indemnification and Linux Insanity
10/01/03 5:45 AM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 293 Words

... seems to me you might be overlookong a pertinent fact: IBM does not sell or distribute a version of Linux. So who would they indemnify? Anyone who runs a version of Linux on an IBM system? Does this include anyone who...

mslicker
64-bit Linux
09/24/03 12:40 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 241 Words

... to Linux as a "derivative of Unix" is likely an error that is bothersome to many, including myself. It's a workalike--not a derivative. What's particularly irritating about that mistake is that it's what SCO has been saying, because they believe some of...

jqtechworker
Re: Microsoft vs. Linux: The Battle for Belief
09/15/03 9:45 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 826 Words

NetBSD, Linux vs. HURD, inter alia. While it is true that competition motivates in many cases more than cooperation, competition would not dissappear in the free software movement even if Microsoft suddenly dissolved. So the existence of the free software community is neither...

runbei
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS
04/26/06 1:07 PM PT | TechNewsWorld Talkback Forum | 106 Words

So far, there is not a single brilliant Linux application that would tempt anyone to switch. So far, advocates of the Linux GUIs and office software can only boast that they emulate MS Windows and Office. Where's that? The field is wide open...

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