On Mon, 2004-05-03 at 20:24, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> Good, fast, stable and not necessarily cheap, but you decide yourself
> what price you want to pay (in a certain extend.)
Hmm, good, fast, stable & free would be more appropriate.
You _pay_ for _services_, not for "linux"
You _choose_ to buy from redhat/suse/hardware vendors etc, and you pay
them for support. But linux itself is completely free, as in beer.
I would recommend getting a service contract from any software vendor
whos product I felt was important to me or my company. This is a
personal choice and not obligatory.
my 0.2 centimes - Heard the french using it (euro cent) and thought it
sounded cool. (Officially entering it into the english language :--0)
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