More SCAM linux MYTHS, no proof no meat no url's

More SCAM linux MYTHS, no proof no meat no url's

Post by J. Horne » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00




> same commie propaganda bullshit



> > Okay, my Father Linus line was just to see the kind of response I
> > got.  if you will ask Mr. Terry Murphy, I used that line on him,
> > just to see what he would say.

> > You people really need to relax.  Of course if you don't like
> > what I say, you don't have to read it.  If you don't like Linux,
> > go away.  This is a Linux Advocacy group.  We generally post here
> > to discuss the goods and bads of Linux, not to insult each other
> > (notice the eye catching Subject: line).

> > Oh, I have a nice story about NT.  I am a network administrator
> > and help-desk specialist at the moment (short contract).  We run
> > a mainly NT plant where I work.  I'm using a 22 day old NT box
> > for my workstation (PIII 450/128 MB RAM/13GB hdd).  I installed a
> > Jaz drive on it yesterday so I could perform some minor backups
> > of my data.  I had to install the Traveller drivers.  They SAY
> > they work on WindowsNT, so I used them.  Well, when I rebooted,
> > everything worked fine.  Then, I jumped on the network to
> > transfer some files, and I loaded up Notes to check my email.
> > Suddenly, my NT machine got really, really slow.  Then, NT froze
> > up!!!!!  Well, I waited 10 minutes and nothing happened, so I
> > rebooted.  That was all she wrote.  The NT machine never found
> > the hard-drive again.

> > My question is this:

> > Could NT be so poorly written that it let me load a conflicting
> > driver (which M$ certified for US on NT, after all) that caused
> > the driver for my Ultra ATA controller to misbehave and cause my
> > beautiful 13Gig Hdd to fail?  The harddrive is useless now.
> > Thankfully, I have a 3year contract with Gateway.

> > Just for the Linux people, I loaded up a spare PC with Linux
> > today and put it on the network for a file server and pack up
> > machine.  The Jazz drive works fine on it.  But then, the Linux
> > OS will see my Jaz using the ppa module.  Using Samba, it works
> > like a charm.

> > Just for the record, my company (Sea Ray Boats) uses most things
> > other than NT for their mission critical stuff, and only uses NT
> > for Notes.  The really needed stuff runs on AS/400s, RS/6000s,
> > and a few Linux boxes here and there.
> > --
> > J. J. Horner (REMOVE NOSPAM before replying)

> > System has been up
> >   9:01pm  up 8 days,  4:59,  1 user,  load average: 0.16, 0.13,
> > 0.06

I'm sorry.  My company doesn't really post their OS information
on the 'net.  I guess I am telling a lie.  How did anyone ever
tell who the liars were before the Internet told the whole
truth?  I guess that without the Internet to keep us honest, we
are all just liars at heart.
--
J. J. Horner (REMOVE NOSPAM before replying)

System has been up
  9:55pm  up 8 days,  5:53,  1 user,  load average: 0.33, 0.24,
0.13
 
 
 

More SCAM linux MYTHS, no proof no meat no url's

Post by S » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00


same commie propaganda bullshit


> Okay, my Father Linus line was just to see the kind of response I
> got.  if you will ask Mr. Terry Murphy, I used that line on him,
> just to see what he would say.

> You people really need to relax.  Of course if you don't like
> what I say, you don't have to read it.  If you don't like Linux,
> go away.  This is a Linux Advocacy group.  We generally post here
> to discuss the goods and bads of Linux, not to insult each other
> (notice the eye catching Subject: line).

> Oh, I have a nice story about NT.  I am a network administrator
> and help-desk specialist at the moment (short contract).  We run
> a mainly NT plant where I work.  I'm using a 22 day old NT box
> for my workstation (PIII 450/128 MB RAM/13GB hdd).  I installed a
> Jaz drive on it yesterday so I could perform some minor backups
> of my data.  I had to install the Traveller drivers.  They SAY
> they work on WindowsNT, so I used them.  Well, when I rebooted,
> everything worked fine.  Then, I jumped on the network to
> transfer some files, and I loaded up Notes to check my email.
> Suddenly, my NT machine got really, really slow.  Then, NT froze
> up!!!!!  Well, I waited 10 minutes and nothing happened, so I
> rebooted.  That was all she wrote.  The NT machine never found
> the hard-drive again.

> My question is this:

> Could NT be so poorly written that it let me load a conflicting
> driver (which M$ certified for US on NT, after all) that caused
> the driver for my Ultra ATA controller to misbehave and cause my
> beautiful 13Gig Hdd to fail?  The harddrive is useless now.
> Thankfully, I have a 3year contract with Gateway.

> Just for the Linux people, I loaded up a spare PC with Linux
> today and put it on the network for a file server and pack up
> machine.  The Jazz drive works fine on it.  But then, the Linux
> OS will see my Jaz using the ppa module.  Using Samba, it works
> like a charm.

> Just for the record, my company (Sea Ray Boats) uses most things
> other than NT for their mission critical stuff, and only uses NT
> for Notes.  The really needed stuff runs on AS/400s, RS/6000s,
> and a few Linux boxes here and there.
> --
> J. J. Horner (REMOVE NOSPAM before replying)

> System has been up
>   9:01pm  up 8 days,  4:59,  1 user,  load average: 0.16, 0.13,
> 0.06


 
 
 

More SCAM linux MYTHS, no proof no meat no url's

Post by cbass2.. » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00




Quote:> same commie propaganda bullshit

"so your life is to be closeminded and push out the outside world by
[calling everything you cannot deal with 'commie propaganda bullshit'],
what do you live in a box??"

-- [Mr. Horner's Linux vs NT anecdote snipped] --

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