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[NEWS] Linux sysadmins refuse to use Linux on their desktops

"I would be very surprised if the usage was more than 1%.

I've been a Linux system administrator for 10 years. I know at least 5 other 
Linux sysadmins, none of us use Linux as our desktop.

I used to have multiple-boot on my laptop so I could boot into Linux to 
replicate my server environment.

However in the past few years I've had enough RAM that I could simply have a 
vmware guest image running Linux.

As a desktop, Linux is mediocre. It offers no advantages and a few 
disadvantages (like software compatibility, if you work on the web you need 
photoshop).

I'm getting worried about XP (I had to skip Vista, it was terrible), and I'm 
skeptical about Windows 7 (if I can't pirate it I won't recommend it to my 
clients, because then I'm obliged to call MS on an 800 number to re-activate 
etc. So I might have to get away from Microsoft eventually. Which is why I'm 
excited about the rumors of a price drop for MacBooks."

http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/osrc/article.php/12068_3818696_2/Linux-Desktop-Market-Share-Greater-Than-One-Percent.htm





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Micoshaft Appil asstroturfing fraudster with a big girlie butt 
pounding the sock DFS wrote on behalf of Half Wits from Micoshaft Appil
Department of Marketing:



> "I would be very surprised if the usage was more than 1%.



I refuse to use virus prone windump on any PCs that has
anything to do with setting up other machines, web server
maintenance, sql database check, high security systems
and embedded systems.

With the power of Linux and scripting, I doubt I would
ever tango with a windump server or a windummy network
of PCs for any reason other than through a proven secure
Linux workstation. Its too dangerous to use the
windump OSen to search for stuff on the internet.
Your PC just like the 400+ million PCs on the internet
is likely to be hijaacked before you know it.

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12/30/2009 1:40:17 PM
7 wrote:
> Micoshaft Appil asstroturfing fraudster with a big girlie butt 
> pounding the sock DFS wrote on behalf of Half Wits from Micoshaft Appil
> Department of Marketing:
> 
> 
> 
>> "I would be very surprised if the usage was more than 1%.
> 
> 
> 
> I refuse to use virus prone windump on any PCs that has
> anything to do with setting up other machines, web server
> maintenance, sql database check, high security systems
> and embedded systems.
> 
> With the power of Linux and scripting, I doubt I would
> ever tango with a windump server or a windummy network
> of PCs for any reason other than through a proven secure
> Linux workstation. Its too dangerous to use the
> windump OSen to search for stuff on the internet.
> Your PC just like the 400+ million PCs on the internet
> is likely to be hijaacked before you know it.
> 

Hey 7, have you ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?
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Sloppy
12/30/2009 2:56:02 PM
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