Date: 21 Mar 2001 18:38:33 GMT
From: Jack B <>
Subject: Re: Saabs vs. compuers

Bob <> wrote: > On 20 Mar 2001 09:42:21 -0600, (Dave Hinz) > wrote: >> Linux gives me both of these advantages, along with a >>very active development community, who are coming out with new stuff all >>the time. > Good...'cause they don't have diddley at this point. Except the world's best webserver, the full suite of GNU stuff, EMACS/vi/vim/pico/et al, amazing uptime, Windows filesharing (via SAMBA) that outperforms NT, Perl, Python, StarOffice, GIMP, more than twenty different window managers, rock-solid databases like PostgreSQL, the full support of IBM, one of the world's most intelligent user communities, a truly international user base, and a licensing scheme that provides permanent ownership of most of the above, at no cost whatsoever. There is not a single *serious* computing tool that is not done, and done better, on the Linux/*BSD platforms. What else could you possibly want? Even the setup is now trivial.

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