[alug] MA FUD
Green, James M K
jmkgre at essex.ac.uk
Mon Oct 25 16:29:36 BST 1999
I'm reading through the responses now. OK, I think comment number 71 is
Er, yeah, so, not one mention of praise for the article, in fact a lot of
calls for staff resignations in the ed dept., no-one can believe his claim
to be a "network administrator", and errily enough, a large number of
responses from people who run Linux themselves.
This leads me onto an interesting question: just how many Windows admins and
suchlike actually have Linux installed at home? Seems to be quite a few,
judging from the responses on this NT-orientated site.
I'd hazard an unqualified guess that the recent estimates of Linux
installations totalling between seven and twelve million is now grossely out
of date. If I were to stick my neck out and give a figure, I'd say 15
million might even be conservative. Unfortuantely, its inherently impossible
to give an accurate figure.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Laurie Brown [mailto:laurie at brownowl.com]
> Sent: 24 October 1999 17:50
> To: alug at stu.uea.ac.uk
> Subject: [alug] MA FUD
> Total bollocks. More pro-MS FUD. I never had any of that shit when I
> installed SuSE5.3 the first time, and that was bloody ages
> ago. 6.2 is a
> piece of piss. Clearly, the bloke has zero IT skills...
> IMO, anyone with even a small breadth of IT skills should be
> able to get
> SuSE up-and-running with X and an internet connection inside
> 45 mins. It
> saddens me to see people blame Linux for their own
> inadequacies, AND to
> parade it as "evidence" that MS is better...
> Cheers, Laurie.
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