[Bug 1] Re: Microsoft has a majority market share
akshay_sulakhe at rediffmail.com
Mon Dec 8 13:33:17 UTC 2008
Please send me the script for Linux.My mail id is kernel2787 at rediffmail.com thanks...
On Mon, 08 Dec 2008 houstonbofh wrote :
> > For the autologin in XP watch how fast it can be done:
> > Start-> Run-> control userpasswords2......can figure it out from there.
>A command line abstraction. Start -> run and a box for a command line
>option is not GUI.
> > I'd bet in linux it would be a 50 line config file modification all done
> > via the terminal and gedit.
>System -> Administration -> Login Window. Click the "Security tab" and
>select the login option and user. Click "Close." This can be done with
>no keyboard attached.
>The problem is not what Linux can do, but what you know. You know about
>userpasswords2, or at least where to look. You do not know that
>autologin is under a security tab. This is an education problem masking
>as a usability problem. I will admit that it is not helped by people
>posting obscure command line stuff that is hard to understand.
>As to why the devs are not on the user lists... It gets old answering
>the same question over and over again. Most of which are answered with
>a search. An example is that ample evidence of 8x series nvidia
>graphics cards and known issues with the nv driver. That is why I have
>a 7950gtx in my system.
>You say you "I don't have the luxury of having a system handed
>to me that works." Why not? Either learn the hard way, or get a good
>example from Dell. Both have a cost. Was your Windows knowledge free?
>This gets to the heart of bug 1. Microsoft is so common that the
>workarounds for the issues they have are well known. Linux workarounds
>are hidden, fragmented, and often obscurely written. That is a real
>problem, but a different one that what you are talking about.
>Microsoft has a majority market share
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