Linux: Because Rebooting Is For Adding Hardware Solari
Linux: Because rebooting is for adding hardware
Solaris: Because you don't need to reboot to add hardware
Windows: Because rebooting is for adding hardware, adding software,
regularly scheduled downtime, and should also be done on a daily basis to
keep the machine running.
-- From a Slashdot.org post
Linux: Because rebooting is for adding new hardware
Just adding features because 'it won't hurt'--does.
Q: How many Microsoft support staff does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Four. One to ask "What is the registration number of the light bulb?...
Slowlaris /slo'-lahr-is/ n. [Usenet; poss. from the variety of sloth called a "slow loris".
The variant `Slowlartus' is also common, related to LART] Common hackish term for Solaris, Sun's System VR4 version of UNIX that came out of the standardization wars of the early 1990s....
ill-behaved adj. 1. [numerical analysis] Said of an algorithm or computational method that tends to blow up because of accumulated roundoff error or poor convergence properties.
2. Software that bypasses the defined OS interfaces to do things (like screen, keyboard, and disk I/O) itself, often in a way that depends on the hardware of the machine it is running on or which is nonportable or incompatible with other pieces of software....
Software, hardware, -- is that you talking Sigmund?
Windows 2000 is more secure than Linux... Since the machine is offline half of the time because of crashes, it cannot be accessed globally, therefore producing higher security.
-- From a Slashdot.org po...
Linux: the dot in "dot org". -- From a Slashdot.org po