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Discussion in 'News' started by Beefcake, Feb 25, 2012.
postgres has so few bugs because it requires extreme autism to use, let alone code
I wonder how Linux 3.0 fared.
Sad state of affairs when your flagship office suite is trounced by Office Web Applications
If it's so good, why does that commie have to cosplay?
That may be, but it's also fact that open source users as a whole are a lot less attractive than non-os users.
A lot of people tell me I am stupid for using open source because it comes bundled with a lot of adware/shitapps most the time.
Then I point out that open source gives me the option of skipping it on instal, unlike the stuff they just paid for.
Stop using shit entry level software
people just don't like open source because they find it too complicated, it goes:
Apple: easiest to use, fewest options
Microsoft: not hard to use, plenty of options
Open Source: people are too busy working on the actual functionality to concentrate on making a simple GUI
Probably the same, and I quote linus...
No thanks, I will keep my free shit and you can keep paying Billy boy to spelunk your anus.
This is so untrue, lets review the facts:
Windows > Mac > Linux
Chrome > IE 9 > Firefox
WinRAR > 7zip
Adobe Photoshop > Paint
Windows Media Player > VLC > DivX
Microsoft Office > Open Office
go back to your basements, no one appreciates you for good reason.
who said anything about paying lol
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Xen > Hyper-V
Oh and RHEL > Windows Server
Hyper-V is infrastructure vitalization dumbass
Only in your dreams.
Microsoft Office > Office Web Applications > Open Office
They're both bare metal hypervisors
So is Xen, friend.
Why do you insist on talking about things you know nothing about ? Hyper-V is for vitalization of infrastructure like domain controllers.
Try reading up about it on wikipedia
So is Xen, friend.
all this article really proves is that code integrity doesn't really mean anything
firefox's code might be 100% flawless
but it's still a bloated
memory-leaking piece of shit
performance will always be more important than code-correctness
Good thing Linux still wins on performance.
On another note, have they finally implemented nic link aggregation into Windows?
you can't legitimately say that considering how many different distributions of linux there are
not all distros are created equal
fuck if i know
i don't need that
I just have to look at the Operating Systems used by the top 500 super computers in the world.
Next time don't talk about something you know fuck all about , friend.
If ED needs someone to tell them how to use GIMP you'll be there
Windows 2000 ?
Hey, that looks a lot like Xen. And nope, Windows still doesn't have its own link aggregation.
that chart is kinda poorly made. it's hard to tell whether the narrow bands near the top are only a small percentage of the machines or if they all extend down to the bottom but are not all visible.
Good thing windows still wins on performance on desktops all i have to do is look at the os usage for desktop computers
Yep your still blabbing on about shit you know nothing about
Tell me how this
looks like xen ? Like i said Hyper-V is for infrastructure vitalization
An NIC teaming has been supported since NT
It's a very very small percentage.