Mailinglist Archive: opensuse (3637 mails)

< Previous Next >
Re: [SLE] Further Tales of Horror!
  • From: Jeffrey Taylor <jeff.taylor@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 25 May 2001 15:21:47 -0500
  • Message-id: <20010525152146.A1757@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Because there isn't a number on their spreadsheets labeled, "downtime
due to BS OS". Whereas new hardware/software is RISK. And if you
take risks, you haven't CYA.

Just my cynical, bitter $0.02USD,

Quoting Curtis Rey <crrey@xxxxxxxx>:
> Mail this link to as many editors and columnists as possible. OMG and I
> thought medicine was a bitch. The problem is clear. The execs (like the
> politicians) don't have a clue. If a guy like me (a newbie and at best a
> novice) can figure out that M$ is spewing propoganda to make sales and their
> statements about their product are at best less than factual, why can't the
> CTOs/CIOs/and CEOs get a clue. They don't seem to grasp the fact that all the
> down time that costs money to the businesses could be avoided. Look to the
> banks - there all base in Unix, aren't they?
> On Friday 25 May 2001 02:21 pm, Fred A. Miller wrote:
> > "This is not the experience you get when you use Windows NT Server.
> > However, with Windows 2000 now out in the marketplace, the current
> > assertion is that all of the problems we encountered with Windows NT
> > have now been solved. Didn't we hear this when NT 4.0 was first
> > released ? Needless to say, with every problem Windows 2000 has solved,
> > it introduces another, along with a plethora of arcane and
> > unnecessarily complicated new concepts that have already spawned a
> > score of books that attempt to explain them. All this is supposedly to
> > provide us with the ultimate server solution. I have a better
> > solution--switch to Linux."
> >
> >

I don't do Windows and I don't come to work before nine.
-- Johnny Paycheck

< Previous Next >