Ubuntu 8.04 Is Ready to Take On Windows
ash.1574 at hotmail.com
Sat May 3 21:56:19 UTC 2008
Yeah. Like our favorite neTwork manager and more. If you want to fight msc get a job there, put all sorts of source code on a blue ray disk as possible bring it home and release parts as open source software. Thats what will do the most damage. Make sure to choose gpl as license. That should be interesting.
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--- Original Message ---
Date: Sat May 03 14:16:16 PDT 2008
To: "Ubuntu user technical support,
not for general discussions"
Subject: Re: Ubuntu 8.04 Is Ready to Take On Windows
What kind of cockamamie nonsense is that? Just about everything Red Hat has ever released either is already GPL or is slated to be GPL. Their commitment to free software has been significant ever since Bob Young founded the company. The GNOME that you're likely using has significant Red Hat contributions. This kind of distro-war FUD you're spouting out here only helps Microsoft. Cut it out.
CentOS, etc. would never be able to exist if Red Hat's software were not free, and both they and Red Hat have made that very clear. Several times.
Yes, I use CentOS, in its K12LTSP incarnation. At work, it's nearly all some version of Ubuntu or Debian. My thick client runs Slackware, and
my firewall runs OpenBSD. They're *all* good.
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michael wilson wrote:
> FYI - Redhat has officially given up on the desktop market and will
> not longer support desktop machines in about 90 days. They are now a 100% server company and are no longer free.
> There ya go
> On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 3:01 AM, PEDRO MACANAS VALVERDE > wrote:
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------ *De:* mike
> *Enviado el:* jue 01/05/2008 14:24
> *Para:* Ubuntu user technical support,not for general discussions
> *Asunto:* Re: Ubuntu 8.04 Is Ready to Take On Windows
> >The open source model certainly does work you dont need to charge for the softwear and peer support is free even with red hat products.
> people have been trying to persuade the rcord industry this) but thats another story.
> Because of this they have these problem. I hope sometmime they are
> going to update themselves.
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