[ale] my company and linux
robertheaven at mediaone.net
Thu Jan 24 18:05:46 EST 2002
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NEVER take any responsibility that you can't pass
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Stephen Turner wrote:
>why wont the company i work at use linux? well the IT
>1 with linux you have to enter some information to get
>it to work on the network with windows 2k you just
>install and plug it in.
>2 if anything goes wrong with linux its extreamly hard
>to troubleshoot since its open source, and no tech
>support so once you do get someone who knows what they
>are doing on the phone they still arent sure cause its
>probobly been modified,
>3 i would have to go back to school to learn it and
>its steep learning curve presents a problem
>now i would like to add that if you check my posts in
>the past i have PROVEN to be an air head! HOWEVER i
>dont see a steep learning curve. Seems like common
>sense from a programmers point of view :) not to
>mention this is just servers we were talking about,
>you set them up and then with norten utils make a
>mirror image, linux seldome needs to be touched am i
>right? and if it gets screwed load the image! it cant
>be that difficult to run a network with linux can it?
>i dont see why it would be. hell im considering
>getting a few server quality computers soon and
>checking out this morbious? cluster software debian
>has :) just purely for a power trip i guess :D
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