it is time for a Ubuntu/Gnome boycott , maybe this way the devs will listen to the users complaints
Slow, ugly buggy just like gnome3 it sucks
.... sad days for gnome/ubuntu users ...
it's pretty unprofessional now-a-days to use the phrase "Windowze". We gave up that fight, and now we're just calling it "Windows" who is this "we " you speak of.
That my friend is one of the greatest problems with Mac/Linux adoption, IT boys are affraid of loosing "power" and are not willing to learn anything new. I speak as a IT boy who supports both Mac and linux servers, but I learned to loose that fear and jump right in . I find it to be much easier to maintain a OS X server or a linux server than to maintain Windowze
... there should me more people like him :)
now this is funny a customer called me today about the same problem
.... but on windows 7
Masturbation as a teen makes you a better lover in adult life
"all hands on deck !!!!!"
but how can this really be a surprise ? this was bound to happen since Sun got sold, damn you oracle!!!!
i wonder if they even read the damn thing
i did ...seemed pretty good :P
but i told you so
you do have a point
and yes shit does change :P
ZFS on linux would sound very good to me
the word license as you so correctly spelled can indeed mean a lot of things, it could even mean free license... still , my point remains the same
... what would you to to a OS that has no updates , at least not for free ? and you already payed for the software ... (but not the support contract)
Will you install OpenSolaris on production servers?
i sure will just install linux ... or some bsd or something, this will be a major issue for a company that relies on solaris.
.... i think this stinks ... solaris was a pretty good os ...
There you are... Oracle killing Solaris Softly
..... :P ... With his song.... :D
it may be so
... but ....
Quoting Oracle's web page ...
By accessing the software on this Web site, you agree that (1)(a)you have already obtained a license from Sun, or a Sun partner, for your current use of the software; and (b) that your Sun License Agreement, Sun Partner Agreement, or other license agreement with Sun or a Sun partner, together with the applicable Entitlement or order document with Sun or a Sun partner, governs your use of the software, or (2) if you have not already obtained a license from Sun or a Sun Partner for your use of the software, the Sun Microsystems License Agreement on this Web site governs your use of the software for the time specified in such agreement. Note: Programs downloaded for trial use or downloaded as replacement media may not be used to update any unsupported programs "
The word LICENCE comes up very often .... am i wrong about this ???