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Kevin Timm
01/24/06 12:30
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  01/24/06 12:31

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Allen,tx
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#108216 - given
Responding to: Joseph Hebert's previous message
there is a 'we' here, but we are the IT staff, the customer support and the developers. As far as the IT functions go, we spend seconds / month on each machine (on average).

This, however, does not discount your experience (nor would I presume to do so). What I had wanted to do with my response is to show the level of 'professionalism' that linux now enjoys. I'm not a zealot, I don't give a rip what OS we use. We want to save money (read-make more money!) We have used or now use: win98/winXP/hp-ux/solaris (7, 8 and 9)/linux (sles 8 and 9).

As far as M. Malund's comments about Keil, etc., when did that become part of this discussion? I'm all about tools and not about platform. If I had to have a TRS-DOS or CPM/86 system to run the tool required for my job, that's what I would have. No true believer here :)

List of 55 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
better software my bum!!!!      Jez Smith      01/22/06 15:15      
   Well, when i say windows 98      Jez Smith      01/22/06 15:20      
   Linux      Steve M. Taylor      01/22/06 15:40      
   Now there's an idea      Jez Smith      01/22/06 16:19      
      Not just look and feel      Steve M. Taylor      01/23/06 02:44      
   Windows 98 is a sad excuse for an OS      Sasha Jevtic      01/23/06 15:19      
      '98 is the last that will run true DOS.      Erik Malund      01/23/06 15:25      
         That old Chestnut      Andy Neil      01/23/06 16:19      
            We managed      Steve M. Taylor      01/23/06 16:37      
               Did, and still do      Joseph Hebert      01/24/06 08:56      
                  i have an old clunker running '98 sittin      Erik Malund      01/24/06 09:12      
                     Old Clunkers      Joseph Hebert      01/24/06 10:00      
                  not to start anything      Kevin Timm      01/24/06 10:02      
                     Not to finish anything either,      Joseph Hebert      01/24/06 11:58      
                        the missed issue      Erik Malund      01/24/06 12:09      
                        given      Kevin Timm      01/24/06 12:30      
                           When the missed issue had not bee      Erik Malund      01/24/06 12:55      
                              no, it was interjected      Kevin Timm      01/24/06 13:06      
                                 That may be, but who sent you Keil, Code      Erik Malund      01/24/06 13:11      
                                    really?      Kevin Timm      01/24/06 14:05      
                                       agreed, but what if "the tool" can not d      Erik Malund      01/25/06 08:05      
                                          Keil runs      Steve M. Taylor      01/25/06 11:08      
                                             oh, well, maybe bad example.      Erik Malund      01/25/06 11:25      
                                                Open software      Steve M. Taylor      01/25/06 11:35      
                                             uVision3 for ARM on Linux      Ian Bell      01/26/06 09:02      
                                                Nice      Steve M. Taylor      01/26/06 09:25      
                                                   Load Meter      Ian Bell      01/26/06 14:29      
                                                      WHAT      Erik Malund      01/26/06 14:46      
                                                         Not never      Steve M. Taylor      01/26/06 15:28      
                                                         Crashes      Ian Bell      01/27/06 04:13      
                                                      gkrellm      Andy Peters      01/26/06 17:12      
                     Reliability and manageability      Sasha Jevtic      01/24/06 13:59      
                        SECURITY is the issue.      Steve M. Taylor      01/24/06 14:34      
                           UNIX or Windows?      Sasha Jevtic      01/24/06 19:49      
                  Times change      Steve M. Taylor      01/24/06 12:57      
      Irony      Andy Neil      01/23/06 16:14      
         The Windows NT GUI      Sasha Jevtic      01/23/06 16:41      
      The point is      Jez Smith      01/23/06 23:59      
         Architectually ?      Steve M. Taylor      01/24/06 06:05      
         Lindows anyone?      Kalpak Dabir      01/24/06 07:40      
   Worms      Ian Bell      01/25/06 04:26      
      and the moon is made of ?      Erik Malund      01/25/06 06:09      
         Threats to Windows      Ian Bell      01/25/06 08:57      
      Special Linux apps        Jeff Post      01/26/06 09:40      
         con you put that in a post      Erik Malund      01/26/06 09:42      
            Too big      Steve M. Taylor      01/26/06 10:04      
         Special Linux Apps      Ian Bell      01/26/06 14:40      
            A small count OS will typically only hav      Erik Malund      01/26/06 14:49      
               Counting      Ian Bell      01/27/06 04:19      
            8052 simulator      Jeff Post      01/26/06 19:12      
               disassembler      Jan Waclawek      01/27/06 01:25      
                  Linux Disassembler      Ian Bell      01/27/06 04:22      
   what a kerfuffle :-)      Jez Smith      01/25/06 12:44      
   The Transfer is the worst      Neil Kurzman      01/27/06 00:06      
      Transfer      Steve M. Taylor      01/27/06 02:37      

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