brinkley.joseph at gmail.com
Mon Nov 23 07:21:16 EST 2009
My post isn't about competition
In the end my Simple statement is. Eithor Expect these problems more
due to the push for a Linux mainstream desktop OS or simple hope it
comes back to community but you never will have true Linux mainstream
On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 7:14 AM, Bryan J Smith <b.j.smith at ieee.org> wrote:
> I've only heard of issues with Ubuntu upgrades, not new installs.
> And in that case, Windows has always been the bigger FAIL.
> Let's compare apples to oranges, shall we?
> Especially since Windows, explicitly and technically, only upgradeable
> from specific X-1 versions (and that's even ignoring editions),
> which have been updated, although sometimes there are clashes
> in those newer patches, etc...
> I can recover any and I mean any Linux system. If Windows toasts
> and upgrade, I'm going to backup (or snapshot, thank God for them).
> And I'm extremely NT fluent, legacy NT 3.1 to modern NT 6.1.
> Sorry, completely disagree on Ububtu v. Windows upgrades.
> I think people are thinking of installing/upgrading distro v.
> installing/upgrading apps.
> I can completely show how screwed up Windows does both, and
> I know what I doing (to the deepest internals) with NT.
> ------Original Message------
> From: James Ewing Cottrell 3rd
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> To: Joseph Brinkley
> Cc: Novalug
> Sent: Nov 23, 2009 00:19
> Subject: Re: [Novalug] Thoughts.
> Joseph Brinkley wrote:
>> I kinda had to laugh at the most recent release of Ubuntu well its semi FAIL.
>> The funny to me is yes windows OS GOOD BAD however you look at it is
>> still an OS. it operates on a computer.
>> But i find the funniest part to be here is that allot of us give it a
>> hard time, its users the OS the people who work for the mega corp. But
>> in the end i think the Ubuntu community and canonical found out well
>> the deal is you want a Flexible desktop by all laws of reason IT WILL
>> BREAK!!! So this is not my ""BASH"" on Ubuntu jbit this is just my
>> funny thought of the day.
>> It is now been proven by all laws of reason that to take that share
>> you have to be inherently be broken.
> Say "Goodnight" David.
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