Because despite its difficulties, even Linux is easier to deal with than
Microsoft's ever-changing licensing legislation!
Anyway, the computing industry seems obsessed with how many strings your bow
has got, and even the most stick-in-the-mud IT manager has read about Linux
at some time or another, and the promise of something for 'free' (especially
working in schools) is too much to resist.
>So if you're so good at implementing Win2k and
the like, why are you
>bothering with Linux?
If I were a reviewer evaluating the product, I would
have little choice
to slate it, and advise people to choose Microsoft
products - I've
1 server & 2 workstations with Win2K, implemented
a domain, set up
and connected to the internet in the same time period
that Linux has done
little more than frustrate and annoy me.
But I will persevere, as I am nothing else if not inquisitive and
It does seem to me however that the Linux community
suffers from an
of that sorry old computing tale - assuming that
everyone else in the
knows as much as you, and despising them if they do