Linked by David Adams on Sun 6th Nov 2011 04:34 UTC
Linux While it may seem like Linux-only projects are betraying their loyal base by developing Windows or OSX versions, I would argue that cross-platform development is actually better for Linux as a whole, better for individual software projects and their developers, and ultimately better for Linux users.
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RE[7]: Seems simple enough
by ilovebeer on Tue 8th Nov 2011 03:37 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Seems simple enough"
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You, sir, are in denial.

Although the article above doesn't mention it, when they say "PC" or "computer", they actually mean "Windows".

Pasting some random article, written by some random person, and posted on some random website, certainly doesn't prove anything other than you scoured the web until you found anything that sounds like it might support your theory that Linux is magically secure all by itself and configuration/administration aren't even a part of the equation.

The facts actually contradict you.

I am the one who has provided up-to-the-minute-examples, whereas all you have posted is your say-so.

You haven't provided anything at all, including any apparent knowledge or experience on the subject. The fact that you think Linux is magically secure and immune to compromise, and that Windows is the opposite, speaks loud and clear that you have no clue what you're talking about. Not even a little bit.

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