2005-01-13 03:49:58 UTC
Face it, Linux on the desktop is deader than Milli Vanilli.
Linux has had more than enough time to gain desktop market share and has
gone literally nowhere yet Apple has managed to go from MACOS to OSX, a
completely different operating system, and do it in a small amount of time
and with a great deal of success.
You can make fun of Apple all you want, but you know that Apple is wiping
the floor with Linux as a desktop system and given the choice only a true
geek, technoid, under achiever would pick Linux over OSX.
Apple has proven that professionally written software will blow OSS
software out of the water every single day of the week.
Hey, Apple figured out how to make ATI work, why can't the Linux community?
Many of these so called *shit* printers that the Linux community complain
about come with OSX drivers.
Why is that?
Why was Apple able to get a driver for OSX and Linux users are still
Apple has completely functional USB, Power saving features, firewire etc
and the Linux community has a collection of half done hacks.
Why else would every distribution include an option at boot time to use
So keep dancing around like a collection of retards at a lack of oxygen
conference trying to explain away the obvious while the rest of us laugh
at Linux's pitiful state on the desktop.
Sorry but Apple has once again made asses out of the Linux community, you
know it, I know it, and everyone else knows it as well.
Keep dancing Bo-jangles because you are very entertaining to watch.