Error Log for Sat, 20 Jul 2002 19:40:54 -0400: segfault in module
"Lustrin" - dump details are as follows...
Who is "he"? I've never even heard of him before. Why exactly shouldQuote:> At least he is honest, unlike the maniac Linux zealots.
this person's opinion matter to me?
How will his opinions affect me in the future? Will he guarantee me
gainful employment? Will he be able to secure me a raise or otherwise
help me to provide for my family?
In other words, does this person's personal opinion determine the ebb and
flow of the tides of IT?
If not, then his opinions are just that, opinions. And you know what they
say about opinions, right?
If it was only a matter of price, then it would have. But when you factorQuote:> Linux has it uses, but it is going to have to provide a better
> environment for the desktop user than Windows currently does or those
> users will not have a reason to switch.
> If price mattered, Linux would have won years ago.
in all of the other considerations of why Win32 is * on the desktop
then you start to understand why no other OS has been able to encroach
upon the market.
Case in point, if you go to purchase a pre-manufactured PC from just about
anywhere, what OS is pre-installed on the system by the OEM? What type of
software is on the shelves? What platform are most hardware PC components
Windows reigns supreme right now not because of technical superiority, but
because of the sheer acumen, influence and power of the producing company.
rapskat - 9:55pm up 11:00, 3 users, load average: 0.01, 0.05, 0.02
68 processes: 64 sleeping, 4 running, 0 zombie, 0 stopped
CPU states: 0.9% user, 0.8% system, 0.0% nice, 98.2% idle
drop the hot to mail me
The * truth of it is, I have no shirt.
-- William Shakespeare, "Love's Labour's Lost"