Well, I sure as hell wouldn't run that on all my production systems without a wee bit of testing first...
This I like.
Oh balls, just seen the post above
I know why
Which was your favourite Fighting Fantasy book?
Once upon a time, Experts Exchange (www.experts-exchange.com) *didn't* have a hyphen in its name. I think it looked a little more dodgy then....
Umm... he took a sheep, not a dog.
If a shepherd can't tell the difference perhaps he's really in trouble.
I'm instead amazed by Google's arrogance in stating that RHEL 6 is "too old" for Google Chrome. It's been that way since at least last summer, so my RHEL teaching cluster and workstations just don't have chrome installed.
Actually, that's not quite true - one user manged to get Chrome working, but it regularly consumes all system resources and crashes the PC. Result.
All in all, I'm happy to do without Chrome on RHEL 6. Will I try to get it working when I roll out RHEL 7 this summer? Possibly, but moves like this make me wonder if Google's a company whose products I want to install at all. Firefox ESR may have its faults, but it basically works, and I can trust it'll stay working.
Are you being deliberately dense?
Okay, try this.
Windows 7 was released in 2009, and will get security fixes until 2020.
Even Windows Vista (released in 2007 for home) will get security fixes until 2017.
Let's look at phone versions instead:
Windows Phone 7 was released in October 2010 and left support in October 2014.
Windows Phone 8 was released in October 2012 and will be supported until January 2016.
Looks like Windows users are getting a little better support from their supplier.
Yes, someone actually uses "or fewer" instead of "or less" when talking about countable objects!
Yes, I really am that person who hates it when supermarkets have a "ten items or less" queue....