Linked by David Adams on Tue 22nd Jun 2010 16:14 UTC, submitted by sjvn
Privacy, Security, Encryption A Computerworld editorial takes note of some interesting changes Dell made to the Linux page we linked to last week. They watered down some of their pro-Linux claims, but not as far as you might think.
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RE: Inaccurate
by drcoldfoot on Thu 24th Jun 2010 13:06 UTC in reply to "Inaccurate"
drcoldfoot
Member since:
2006-08-25

No Sir,
The article was spot on. Windows Desktop line is not multiuser. Unix/Linux is multiuser by design. You can loggin as differnet simultaneous users, each running their own desktops, run apps,scripts, scheduled jobs, etc.

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RE[2]: Inaccurate
by ssa2204 on Thu 24th Jun 2010 13:34 in reply to "RE: Inaccurate"
ssa2204 Member since:
2006-04-22

No Sir,
The article was spot on. Windows Desktop line is not multiuser. Unix/Linux is multiuser by design. You can loggin as differnet simultaneous users, each running their own desktops, run apps,scripts, scheduled jobs, etc.


This has nothing to do with the architecture of the OS you twat, it is a licensing issue. People figured out a long time ago how to bypass this.

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