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Of course I didn't suggest that, though there is a very high recurrence of the same tiny set of apps, indicating intense review of this set, and no review of the majority.
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Loads? But Linux is so very stable - at least that's what you cola bozos keep reminding everyone, over and over and over. So which is it? So...
Register says DFS is wrong
On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 09:47:28 +0000, Kier It's idiotic, but here again look who you're talking to. Again, *if* anyone needs or...
Before automatically dismissing what I say, you should read through some yourself. That way you won't always look like a Linux moron.
2005 advisories, Page 1, 2-17-2-15: emacs, rwho, KStarts, WPAsupplicant, postgresql, evolution, typespeed, kernel, kernel, emacs, lighttpd, emacs-xemacs, postgresql, emacs, xemacs, mailman, postgresql, cpio, htdig, thunderbird,
2005 advisories, Page 6, 2-8-2-3 (a week earlier), : bottom): cups, hotplug, cups, xemacs21, emacs20, postgresql, postgresql, postgresql, perl, openmotif, php3, lesstif, python, system-config-printer, hwbrowser, postgresql, kernel, squid, python, kernel
2004 advisories, late July time frame (approx 7 mths earlier): mailman, libxml2, httpd, mmdf, samba, php4, l2tpd, telnet-netkit, ethereal, l2tpd, apache, kernel, opera, unreal tournament, samba, php, php, webmin, php4
Register says DFS is wrong... 68 plus 12
On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 10:54:06 +0000, spike1 I did think it must have something...
2004 advisories, late Feb time frame (approx 1 year earlier): openSSL, sane, fetchmail, bind, mpg123, kernel, xfree86, multiple, kernel, shmat, kernel, racoon, clamav, kernel, kernel, metamail, kernel, samba, freeradius
Considering the large set of 8,500+ Linux apps, remarkably few show up on these advisory lists.
Less, but still something.
The fact is, these simpler, lesser used apps are NOT reviewed by anyone but the developer. If they were given the same attention as mailman and emacs, you'd see the advisory count explode.
You don't really have to ask such a dumb question, do you?
Untrue. Every post of mine is an exercise in fresh insults and sarcasm and dismissive statements. You of all people should know that, boy.
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On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 14:35:51 -0500, DFS Since I don't accept your clbuttification of me as a moron in the first place, your statement is meaningless. So? So? First, you'll have to provide...
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Pah, that's just a kernel oops. Nothing to see there, it happens on flakey hardware or when a kernel module goes breasts up. (Seen loads of them, but then, you see a lot of flakey...
I know what he meant.
You really have no sense of humor, whatsoever. Did the dentist remove it along with your teeth?
Doesn't mean the cola nuts have to fall all over each other to use the same limited set of words.
My old Win2K system (P3-800) is pretty much a dog. But on current generation hardware, Windows screams by Linux. Though I do feel my new Mandrake 10.1 install is a big speed improvement over previous Linux.
If Linux was speedy, you'd care about it, and you'd crow about it.
As are you.
It's not obscure. I'm sure most Linux nuts have experienced it - it's called a kernel panic. The analagous situation on Windows is probably the Blue Screen of rest, and it results in a set of messages far less obscure than that mess.
Who gives a hoot, except for the developer? Contrary to what they say, Linux users are NOT going to hack the source code apart and try to fix it. They're going to wait for a bugfix from the developers.
Since you asked so nicely: is a popular Windows analysis and systems admin tool.
What are you, eight years old?
It counts as much as yours.
So are Windows apps. And since they're ahead, they continue to stay ahead.
What you say is consistently boring, hostile, and partly informed.