Does IRS hate Linux Can't use forms in acroread in Linux Linux fails once again
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alt bloody hell - you could do this in Windows... it's called Parbreastion Magic. You could...
Only oddballs, geeks, dweebs and weirdo's use Linux and while the IRS may have it's share of pencil necked geeks, they know that it doesn't pay to cater to the .0001 percent of users that might be using Linux. This is another clear example of why Linux is a still born system. Common things that Windows users take for granted become long involved projects with Linux. TurboTax comes with both Windows and McIntosh versions on the CD. But of course Linux comes with 10,000 programs most of which will never see a version greater than 0.9 because they are not ready for production having been written by part timer's. Browsing the web with Linux is painful because it doesn't support the plugins needed and many web pages are constructed for Internet Explorer. Why code for .0001 percent of your traffic? Seems the IRS has already figured this out. Or maybe they already know that Linux users are cheap, rarely pay for anything and certainly don't file taxes.
I try Linux from time to time just to get a laugh and see how much the other side is suffering. Linux is painful. Bob Quintero
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Sandman Mac That spending more money is the Maccies solution to Mac shortcomings. More money than to get a PC. those Andreas on Then your solution for the lack of...
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