How did people here learn GUIs
r.d.t.prater at gmail.com
Sat Jul 23 21:10:45 UTC 2016
Yep. No matter how many "enovations" narrator or any other Windows screen reader makes, Linux is swiftly becoming where I go to get things done. My only problem now is that I didn't bring my laptop with me, because it's almost broken anyways, and that Vmware doesn't wanna work on the Mac os Sierra beta.
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> On Jul 23, 2016, at 4:06 PM, Kyle <kyle4jesus at gmail.com> wrote:
> So some Ubuntu packages will work in Windows now. And in August, from what I understand, Windows users will be able to run Unity as well. Why on GOd's green earth is this news? Ubuntu has been available for years, with Bash, apt-get, Unity and so much more. Is this an admission by Microsoft that GNU/Linux is the superior operating system, or is it a pure and simple violation of the GPL? Maybe it's some sort of reverse ploy to woo GNU/Linux users, or maybe Unix/Linux sysadmins to Windows land, making them subject to as many viruses and security holes as Windows users have had to deal with for years. "Look here! We'll give you what you really want! All the same shells and programs you're used to using, and all the poor attempts at security you can expect from Windows to go along with it, all for a nominal subscription fee!" In any case, If I want Ubuntu, I'll use Ubuntu. I certainly won't be switching away from it to some half-baked try at Ubuntu within the half-baked Windows environment.
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