Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 19th Nov 2002 09:24 UTC
Oracle and SUN This past year has been a breakthrough for Sun for both their Linux and Solaris products. The most intriguing news of all is possibly the challenge Sun poses to Microsoft with their Desktop Initiative announced a couple of months ago. We spoke to Bill Moffitt, Product Line Manager of the Solaris Lifecycle, about Linux, the desktop and Solaris. Update: Bill Moffitt replies on our forums.
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To Matthew Gardiner
by mario on Tue 19th Nov 2002 15:43 UTC

Hey Matthew, I read your comment in the other thread, and I must say I tend to agree that Sun should consider dropping TI and going for the Taiwanese fabbers. And on a tangent, did you see/read about the new Fujitsu Sparcs? Seem to be somewhat faster than the Sun Sparcs, but of course, MHz is not the whole story.

Red Pill: ew, man, whazzup with all that FUD there? Do you really think people are not going to check up on the stuff you say (provided they are ingorant enough not to know already)?

Aki, all I can say about your companie's decision is "höpö höpö". The same goes for this brilliant statement: "Our freedom to select is exercised by letting RedHat do it for us." This is bordering with braindead.