In reply to Vincent Cunniffe's flatulent wordings,
> > Isn't it a little narrow minded and elitist to presume that just because
> > somebody isn't interested in learning Linux that they're not technically
> > clued in? Especially since so many Linux advocates fall into that
> > category
>> Well, judging from the above quotes, they're not so much not intereted in
> linux per se as not interested in anything other than windows.
Even if that is the case (which it may not be, aforementioned quotes
only referenced Linux and Windows), what's wrong with it? I know a lot
of clueful windows users
> An 'operating systems' course which doesn't include *nix is unworthy of the
> name, in my opinion.
I don't think anybody said that the operating system course didn't
include a *nix.
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