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Re: How Microsoft Does Bundling and Why (Comes vs. Microsoft ??? exhibits PX00980 and PX00928)

Above the whining & shreiking of the trolls, chrisv was heard to say:

> Logan Rathbone wrote:
>>On 2009-07-28, chrisv <chrisv@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Logan Rathbone wrote:
>>>> (snip troll food)
>>> The flatfish troll must be full now!
>>Troll or not, he makes some good points sometimes, and he made some
>>good points in his post above.
> A quick scan, and I saw no evidence of any "good points".  Just the
> usual fsckwittery that shows a complete misunderstanding of what makes
> FOSS work.

Don't be surprised that "Logan Rathbone" supports the troll & nym thief.
User-Agent: slrn/0.9.9p1/mm/ao (Win32)

(And "Logan Rathbone" need not bother replying to me either.)

Some of Hadron Quack's blunders & stupidity:

Surely you are not comparing the 
non-existent Linux (at that time) 
with Windows  98?                                  
Hadron:  Message-ID: <npk5rvzafy.fsf@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Linux as a desktop OS is pretty much doomed it would appear. 
Too little too late. 
Hadron: Message-ID: <fnd3jj$or8$2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Google Earth on Linux runs through its own Wine installer. Unless they
have gone "native"
Hadron:  Message-ID:  <gu1v6l$dmo$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Getting high performance Video cards working is a damn sight 
easier on XP because the installers are better.
Debian/Ubuntu are a pain in the hole  - you need to recompile the latest
NVidia drivers using a set version of the compiler, for example, when
changing kernels.
Hadron: Message-ID:   <c9rks4-gc7.ln1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

WINE is and was an emulator.
Hadron - Message-ID: <h2a282$t95$2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

The Hadron M$ fanboi troll contradicts himself!
"Ubuntu has really set the standard for quality."
Hadron Quark in a.o.l.u Jan 2007
"Ubuntu leaches off Debian where all the real hard work was done."
Hadron in cola - Message-ID: <gknmm8$9i1$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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