Apple's OSX Leopard Gets First UNIX Certificate for BSD

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Oxford, Nov 19, 2007.

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    Rick Guest

    Hey, jerk... why do you keep showing up where you are not wanted?
    Rick, Nov 20, 2007
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    Rick Guest

    No, it won't.
    Linux executes quite well.
    No, it isn't.
    I just know you're an idiotic fanboi that scares more people away from OS
    X than recruits them.
    .... and how many free downloads/installs are there? How many multiple
    installs from sales?

    That may be true.
    Uh, no.
    Let me know when I download the source to the pieces that lay on top of
    Darwin, manipulate them and re-distribute the source.
    When you are gone.

    Rick, Nov 20, 2007
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    kevpan158 Guest

    Because He Loves You. Just FYI. Remember The Night They Had To Remove You
    With That Crowbar? Just FYI. You Silly Boy.....

    Just FYI
    kevpan158, Nov 20, 2007
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    Lang Murphy Guest


    Wha!?! You're kidding, right? Ridiculous. Who's running OSX server? Other
    than Apple?

    Lang Murphy, Nov 20, 2007
  5. If you're "Windows Educated", you're a point-n-click-n-drool moron. You've
    paid silly amounts for worthless "qualifications":

    MCSE= "Minesweeper Consultant and Solitaire Expert"

    /Most/ of these "computer certifications" are entirely worthless - even most
    of the Unix, Novell and Cisco ones. There is /no/ substitute for real
    experience on proper operating systems in a real, working environment.
    Windows "experience" simply doesn't count in Banking, ISP, data
    warehousing, engineering, etc.

    Christopher Hunter, Nov 20, 2007
  6. Don't be silly. I can't find /any/ Fortune 100 company using it. I can
    find many using the *LAMP* environment. Ever fewer are using MS

    Christopher Hunter, Nov 20, 2007
  7. Naturally you don't see it "in the wild"

    Business people can (mostly) count. And if tehy add the sums, apple servers
    are way too expensive
    Nobody having all his marbles would be dumb enough to uses servers from a
    single source company with idiotic prices

    As usual, OxRetard, the typical mac user and fanboi, is unable to see the
    world as it is.
    Peter Köhlmann, Nov 20, 2007
  8. While that may be true, it does not change the fact that the typical Mac
    user OxRetard *again* posted his apple bullshit into non-relevant groups.
    The Ubuntu group he is spamming with his inane garbage is *not* an advocacy
    group. But these apple using cretins have no regards for proper behaviour.

    The fact that vermin like OxRetard give people reasons in abundance *not*
    ever to belong to these asshole apple users is probably way too complicated
    for those single cell brainiacs
    Peter Köhlmann, Nov 20, 2007
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    Rene Frenger Guest

    Do you know what harm an Apple did to the Paradise?
    Rene Frenger, Nov 20, 2007
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    Linonut Guest

    * Peter Köhlmann fired off this tart reply:
    Yeah, that's why nobody buys Windows servers that need more attention
    than an incontinent senile great-grandmother, and integrated
    single-source single-vendor lock-in solutions like Sharepoint and
    Linonut, Nov 20, 2007
  11. I talk about hardware *and* software
    With windows, you have phenomenal choice in hardware.
    With linux, you can add choice in software to that (and even more choice in
    With apple servers, you have neither. But you get get the "extra" price on
    top of it

    No sysadmin having half a clue would chose apple servers

    But OxRetard, that so very typical Mac user and apple fanboi, tells us
    that "OSX Server is now the king of business computing".

    Peter Köhlmann, Nov 20, 2007
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    Bill Yanaire Guest

    Who made the Paradise anyway? Was it Chrysler or GM? I don't remember.
    Bill Yanaire, Nov 20, 2007
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