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Re: [News] Apple Faces the Open Source Dilemma

The Ghost In The Machine :
> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Handover Phist
>  wrote
> on Wed, 21 Jun 2006 18:59:45 GMT
>> Roy Schestowitz :
>>> Apple & Open Source... Strange Buffaloes?
>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>>| The opinion that Apple's binary-only kernel for Intel involves a huge
>>>| coverup, or misleading advertising on Apple's part, or is otherwise a
>>>| broken promise on the level of massive fraud, has been thoroughly beaten
>>>| into the ground by certain political advocates, who scour the web like
>>>| an army of GNU-bots, looking for venues to unleash their political screed
>>>| on open source as a political philosophy.
>>> `----
>>> http://www.roughlydrafted.com/RD/Home/EB25ECDF-0E5A-41DF-8C18-99A08767ABEE.html
>> Firefox can't find the server at www.roughlydrafted.com.
> I suspect a DNS abberation in your case; it's coming up
> for me fine.  In any event, Firefox is a great browser
> but it can't see what it thinks isn't there, and if one
> puts in a DNS name that's not there, well, what can it do?
> Conduct a seance? :-)
> Try, for instance,
> http://iamnothere.microsoft.com
> which is, erm, guaranteed to not be there.  :-)

That's the first thing I tested as I run a household DNS server.
Everything seemed to be working fine except that link. Didnt get
slashdotted or anything either as it was an instant reply, not a
timeout. Odd, but there you go.

Kiss your keyboard goodbye!


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