[News] First the Anti-Linux Propagandists Mock GNU/Linux, Later They Use It

[News] First the Anti-Linux Propagandists Mock GNU/Linux, Later They Use It

Post by Roy Schest » Mon, 03 Aug 2009 04:54:27

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First they bash it, then they use it.

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| GNU/Linux is a really good concept. It empowers the end user and gives you
| tons of choices, power and freedom. You can choose from hundreds of different
| distributions, install thousands of free software and customize your OS
| significanty if you choose to. On the other hand, most proprietary software
| locks you in and dictates to you what you can do or not do with it.



Wikipedia becomes a class assignment

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| University of Washington-Bothell professor Martha Groom has more of an "If
| you can't beat 'em, join 'em" response to the online encyclopedia that anyone
| can write or edit.

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Edubuntu update - still rocking

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| So what's the verdict? Seat of the pants testing suggests that
| performance of the thin client network isn't quite on par with
| Microsoft Terminal Services (I have an identical test server
| running Windows Server 2003) or Citrix systems. However, for
| the majority of home, school, and SOHO applications, Edubuntu
| represents an incredible value and brilliantly easy setup.
| Performance issues aside, setup is quite a ways ahead of that
| offered by Microsoft and Citrix and certainly more accessible
| for the average user. This is a really mature release and I
| can't wait to see what is offered by the 7.10 release slated
| for this fall.


He has a long history of bash Linux and attracting flames, mind you.

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