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Integrating Ubuntu with a Windows-based network is harder than it should be

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 216.215.4.11] on December 14, 2007 07:38 PM
I find it sad and funny that everyone is willing to blame a single company for all their troubles. Especially when you act like you know everything about them, yet know NOTHING. Example: Microsoft....most of you hate Microsoft because you actually have to pay money for the OS, or because they are a large corporation. Big deal, they are a company out to make money, but we ALL are guilty of wanting that. Others hate the whole Linux thing because they love Microsoft fanatically, or they didn't like one particular version of Linux, or whatever. In that case, so you didn't like just one thing and weren't willing to try another to see if there's a difference? The simple reality is you ALL are wrong in doing that, and the companies and groups that work on the OSes and applications are wrong also. They all want their own products to control the market exclusively, and as a result refuse to make products that actually work together seamlessly. That's all there is to it.

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