[ntp:questions] Flash 400 on all peers; can't get ntpd to be happy
uwe_klein_habertwedt at t-online.de
Sat Mar 12 11:11:45 UTC 2011
David J Taylor wrote:
>> Is that NT3.5 fact still valid ?
>> Never understood why anyone would use Windows for real work anyway.
>> The thing that it does best is waiting ever faster for the next
>> keypress from the user.
> Perhaps people use Windows because the software they wish to run is only
> available for Windows? I know that two reasons I develop for Windows
> are that my customers want Windows software, and I don't need to create
> half a dozen different versions for the variants of UNIX-style OSes
> which are out there. But I also use FreeBSD and Apple's IOS where they
> are more appropriate.
Look at how x-platform OSS software can be without much hassle.
Best organised example : Debian imho.
Getting no traction cross distribution but on the same CPU family
is nearly 100% attributable to not understood dependency and build processes.
Same with all the display and usability problems Adobe has on linux.
Big mouth and a long list of what linux lacks. But OSS software invariably
does not have the issues while not lacking in performance either.
> Oh, and for many people, their interaction with Windows is not mainly
> via the keyboard.
you mean they only do "click and drool" ;-)
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