Why do you care? I have a z10 and it is the best choice for what I want to do with it. But why would you care about that?
Actually, it is still great if you want to use it as a tool and not a toy.
A symlink different from the file it points to. You are probably confusing it with a hardlink. At least get the basics right before you post something like this.
Well, hopefully these end up in convictions. Faking crimes in order to influence a debate is completely unacceptable and done only by people without any personal honor whatsoever.
I disagree. Ignoring the SJW works pretty well. After a while even the dumbest person sees that they are a force of destruction and contribute nothing positive as all.
Excellent summary. What it boils down to is that some people were criticized, and they defended themselves by claiming these were attacks on their gender. The reason is plain and simple: They could not credibly defend themselves against the criticism itself, so they used misdirection and made it a gender-issue. Predictably, a lot of people with no clue whatsoever about what was going on then jumped on those criticizing, as apparently criticizing a person of female gender is an attack on them all...
Yes. There is only one possible name for addressing a file. For a case-aware, but case insensitive, you get up to 2^n variants for a name n letters long. And you _can_ have the same name with different capitalization in a directory as result of errors.
MS chose case-aware (you can use case), but case-insensitive. In typical MS fashion, that is the absolute worst possible behavior that still somehow gets the job done. Case unaware, or case sensitive are both fine, but this stupidity cause countless problems.
Indeed. This definitely is a Layer-8 problem.
Of course you do. If non-root users could add themselves to groups, a lot more things would break.
It is fascinating what semi-competent morons think they can do a grand announcement of things that have completely misunderstood. Likely somebody like this will next decry sudo as "the next Shellshock vulnerability".