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A Linux Attack Considered

December 6, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Well the last ruckus over operating systems had barely settled down here in the Linux blogosphere when another one started up anew.

The cause this time? Oh, just a little article entitled, “The Disadvantages of Using Linux” by a blogger known as “DarkDuck.” [*Editor’s note – Dec. 5, 2011

“No standard edition,” “learning curve,” “non-compatible software” and “unsupported hardware” are just a few of the charges DarkDuck makes against our beloved operating system, [*Editor’s note – Dec. 5, 2011] sparking numerous outbursts of outrage from the crowds over on LXer, where the topic was picked up with gusto.

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