After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
> OLPC will make children Microserfs: FSF
> ,----[ Quote ]
>| The Free Software Foundation has described the One Laptop per Child Project
>| as one that will only help to "turn millions of children into Microsoft
Many users noticed that both versions of Windows NT were very similar.
Digging further, an analysis published by O'Reilly and Associates
revealed that the kernel, and in fact every binary file included in NT
Workstation, was identical to those shipped in NT Server. The sole
difference between the two products' cores lay in the operating systems'
installation information -- the server version contained several options
or flags that marked it as either 'Workstation' or 'Server'. If the
machine was flagged as 'Workstation', it would disable certain
functionality and limit the number of network connections.
Remember that Microsoft lie:
Microsoft maintained that the operating systems themselves were, "two
very different products intended for two very different functions."
Go to a movie tonight. Darkness becomes you.