Linux and Audio work OMG NO
On Sat, 11 Jun 2005 17:01:28 -0700, Tori
Cobblers. That is such a pathetic lie I'm amazed you have the nerve to write it down. Linux has extremely capable web browsers coming out of its ears - mozilla, firefox, konqueror, epiphany, to name just four. And connecting to the web is one thing Linux does very well indeed. The only time you'll have problems is if your modem isn't supported, or your nic, and that's increasingly rare these days.
Other trolls, you mean? Lies from other liars don't count, or didn't you know that?
Revisiting the GUI Admin Debate
snips There is nothing in the slightest bit wrong with using a GUI to configure and administer your systems - even server systems. The problem is when you end...
No, it doesn't. It may not suit everyone's needs, but that doesn't mean it sucks.
Use a properly set up kernel and Jack.
Stop lying. No one here is going to believe you.
Wrong. Very, very wrong, troll. They're not only using ogg, they're using all sorts of other Open codecs.
I wish you'd stop wasting our time with this poorly conceived and lying piece of FUD, cobbled together from half a dozen untrustworth sources, and cross-posted all over a bunch of groups who don't want to read any more of this drivel.
(Cross-posts f***ing removed!)