On Mar 22, 5:18 pm, "DFS" <nospam@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> unionpe...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >> Why do you like that comment?
> >> You really think anti-malware costs $500, let alone $1000?
> >> B-u-l-l-s-h-i-t.
> > The non-free ones also need a subscription fee to keep up to date,
> > which would get them very close to the bottom limit.
> You can spend whatever you want - but nobody *has to* spend $500 to $1000 on
> anti-malware code, as you seemed to agree.
> Meanwhile, you can spend $1499 per year per server for a Linux subscription:http://www.novell.com/products/server/howtobuy.html
> > Personally, I think the numbers are low since the
> > chance of malware getting through is high.
> Sez who?
Sez me and the several armies of million member bot-nets.
> > Then you will have to spend time rescuing files and
> > reformatting. Are you the one that says Linux is for when your time
> > is free?
> I'd say everyone who isn't a Linux "advocate" and has tried Linux for a
> little while says that.
"Everyone." Another wild exaggeration.
> > At anyrate, you claim FOSS programmers live in their mother's basement
> > putting out "bottom-of-the-barrel (cr)apps and games" ... then
> > complain about being fast and loose with facts. You're funny DFS!
> Some do exactly that, of course.
> Some develop their crapware in offices at MySQL and Trolltech.
And others develop crapware in offices at Microsoft. No, that is not
fair to the programmers. Microsoft's problems are at the very top.