Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 18th Sep 2007 20:01 UTC, submitted by highwayman
Linux "It's over. The magic is gone. The dream is dead. The egg has fallen off the wall and no amount of 'sudo' super glue can put his pieces back together again. I'm referring, of course, to the not-so-recent departure of Con Kolivas from the Linux kernel development community. Con - that champion of all things desktop centric - hung-up his keyboard this summer, the victim of an ideological rift within the Linux community." Update: And the first rebuttal appeared.
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Edward
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2005-09-17

Agreed, mac OS is built on Unix & that is easier than most if not all Linux OSs. I am sure if you looked at the windows kernel, it is not easy to figure out. The main prob. is the intall prob. we need a one click install system like windows, crap PC-BSD has 1 (.PBI), the main reason I am still with OpenSuSE 10 is, I couldn't get 1.3 to work. It had the hardware detect prob.

Edited 2007-09-19 15:47

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