Linked by Rahul on Thu 23rd Oct 2008 14:25 UTC
Linux ServerWatch writes about the slow but sure death of UNIX by the onslaught of Linux and customers moving from older proprietary UNIX systems to commercially supported open source enterprise Linux distributions. "Linux does have one killer feature that is driving the switch: lower cost. Many companies are discovering Linux to be extremely attractive from a cost perspective. Take the experience of Sabre, a travel company that replaced Solaris with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) running on x86 machines, resulting in lowering costs 90 percent (with a three-fold speed gain to boot). These potential cost savings, which include hardware maintenance costs savings, are not to sniffed at."
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RE[6]: Raymond Noorda
by Moulinneuf on Fri 24th Oct 2008 15:37 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Raymond Noorda"
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However you spell your name, you're still a jackass that can't type. And a dumbshit to boot.

If I can't type , how do you read it then ?

Keep expressing your true feeling , it's good for you ...

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RE[7]: Raymond Noorda
by rockwell on Fri 24th Oct 2008 21:41 in reply to "RE[6]: Raymond Noorda"
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You can't type with *correct grammar* ... sorry, I thought the point was obvious. Shame on me for crediting you with any sense. Lesson learned.

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