Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 4th Jun 2010 22:20 UTC, submitted by Preston Gralla
In the News So, what to do with this. If we don't run it, we're pro-Linux. If we do run it, we're pro-Microsoft. And I'm sure that whatever we do, we're anti-Apple somehow. In any case, here we go: the latest market share figures from IDC about servers show that Windows is by far the most popular server operating system in terms of unit sales, increasing its market share even further. Linux, on the other hand, saw its market share in the server market sink a little.
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RE[2]: Stuck in the 1970s
by IkeKrull on Mon 7th Jun 2010 05:51 UTC in reply to "RE: Stuck in the 1970s"
IkeKrull
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Wow, it looks like that might actually be the case.

Its almost like Novell is dragging Linux, kicking and screaming, into the 1990s.

I'm sure its actually not quite as simple in the real world (especially where users changing POSIX permissions meet NFS4 ACLs), but SLES11/SLED11 looks like a pretty decent NFS4 server/client.

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