On Wed, Feb 04, 2004 at 09:39:27AM +0000, Liam Bedford wrote:
> As kevin said, as linux becomes a more popular desktop, more and
> more exploits/problems are going to become available/obvious.
i'm not sure if you mean me, but that's not exactly what i said. i said
there would be more uniformity but that the license model of linux
allows for a higher chance that auto-updates would be used by users.
very few windows users i know have fully legit systems and many are
avoid using auto-update tools that might tell microsoft of their lack
of license compliance.
kevin at ie.suberic.net ....... financial math: if bill gates & 10,000 homeless
http://ie.suberic.net/~kevin/cgi-bin/blog .. guys are in a room, the average
net worth of each of them is over $1,000,000. now, why do you care what the
average bush tax "cut" was again? ........... http://www.deanforamerica.com/
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