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Re: Run Windows andLinux without virtualization

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 204.184.192.55] on April 15, 2008 02:24 PM
I truly do not understand this line of thought. I use Linux as my primary operating system. I administer twelve Linux servers. I like Linux. But there is a difference between Linux as a piece of software and Linux as a philosophy.

To say that the Linux experience is about freedom of choice, and then to grouse when another choice is provided is ridiculous. This is a big world, and not everyone in it looks at their software as a medium of expression. To many, software is purely a tool. Those people now have an amazing array of choices that they never had before. And you know what? It didn't hurt you in the least....

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