At 06:47 PM 11/28/2006 -0600, Rajko M wrote:
On Tuesday 28 November 2006 03:41, leif(a)hjerpe.org wrote:
How nice if you (and all of us) could cooperate
debating only, and in the extension perchance expect COMMON
DISTRIBUTIONS based on the achievements of both Ubuntu and
Opensuse - and a much more skilled MS-killer than
before ... Regards, Leif
the point to use Linux should not be because you hate something else, but
because you like it's technical superiority.
What MS manipulatied this time are people that hate them and use Linux
for that reason. All others that like SUSE because it
is a good operating
system were untouched with attempt.
Hey, maybe you've missed something. I can speak only for myself, but I
don't hate MS, and I don't hate XP. It's just that I don't trust MS.
seriously afraid that they will start a "rental" program for their OS,
in $100 every January first, or your system will stop working") and
that the next version will obsolete a lot of stuff that runs now. For me,
XP has been a very reliable OS--like they finally got it right. Sure, I
need to have virus checkers and spyware catchers, and registry mechanic,
but that sort of thing will be needed in any OS that has a majority of
users. And I don't use any MS software except the OS itself. So I
try to learn Linux, in the hope that when MS gets too close to the bone,
there will be someplace to go. I'm just not enough of a geek to choose
an OS on its technical merits. (And I do not appreciate an OS that requires
a PostScript printer to work right, or a magician to make anything else work.)
Just my 2c plain.
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