Well, Linux Mint is based on Ubuntu. So one could argue that they can use the work done by Canonical but won't have to pay for it.
And Ubuntu is based on Debian. So one could argue that they can use the work done by Debian but won't have to pay for it?
They are, however, massively useful for what we use them for. I don't mean to be derogatory, however your comment (and it's certainly a popular one around here) seems very much like "I don't understand it, therefore I will make fun of those who use what I don't understand."
Which essentially translates to "I am a fanboy, and I won't listen to anything against Apple"
But others say building a private cloud takes a lot more than just throwing some code on top of a RHEL OS
And somehow those "others" also believe Red Hat to be incapable of doing any more than just throwing some code on top of RHEL?
Others in fact also believe Red Hat to be incapable of doing any more than just throwing some code on top of GNU/Linux.
This somewhat sounds more correct.
NT promised to be a riddance from Unix which it never quite was - more like an attempt to mount a truck body on a car chassis. And that pathetic attempt continues to this day, with Windows 2008.
Of course, human hubris knows no bounds, so chances of humanity accepting the limitations of the human body or the physical universe are pretty much nil. And to be sure, this will be celebrated as a triumph of the human spirit or somesuch.
Makes sense..but the idea might take off - some gadgets are created to make existing tasks easier and some are just created to do things that we really don't need at the first place. They start as a fad and end up as a necessity. Glass belongs to the this category.
Hope I am not the only one here who is praying that this stupid thing never comes into production.
"this person infringed a patent willingly" requires that they haven't just harmed the patent owner, but they've harmed society because they're diminishing the exclusive incentive behind granting that patent
Is this only me who can't get the subtle meaning in this statement. Can this be put in more realistic terms?