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    Ballmer Says Longhorn Will Support Linux


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    So basically Microsoft is copying Xen's virtualization software? Wouldn't be the first time. And yes, monkey boy, believe it or not UNIX-based systems are by far the standard in the server market.
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    "Much as that hurts my eyes, I know that's an important capability for our Virtual Server customers," he said in a reference to the open source Latest News about open source operating system."

    Arrogant fool! You will know the might of the Penguin!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabhan
    "Much as that hurts my eyes, I know that's an important capability for our Virtual Server customers," he said in a reference to the open source Latest News about open source operating system."

    Arrogant fool! You will know the might of the Penguin!!!


    My thoughts exactly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    And yes, monkey boy, believe it or not UNIX-based systems are by far the standard in the server market.
    Monkey-Boy?? I didn't see a single reference to the president in there! But I suppose... The shoe does fit snuggly on both.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Balmer
    Ballmer also announced that Microsoft will embrace the network access standards set by the Trusted Computing Group in the upcoming server Get the IBM Storage Resource Management Whitepaper. Latest News about Servers version of Longhorn. The Group aims to improve the level of software security Get a Free E-Commerce Start-up Kit from Verisign by creating industry standards.
    Yeah right..... that's easing my nerves... He brings it like he's helping a little boy who's fallen down ("hush boy, don't cry") by saying Linux will be "embraced"... Get a life, he has no choice, since "we're gonna kick his @ss".

    Remember the saying "if you can't beat them, join them". If he gets his way, in no time, there's gonna be the Microsoft Kernel (modified Linux Kernel) as the new standard and the original Linux Kernel will be pushed aside...



    And something else... "Trusted Computing Group".... ???
    Trusted by whom, for whom? Why did I hear this before... had something to do with TCPA, I'm sure about it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy1701
    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    And yes, monkey boy, believe it or not UNIX-based systems are by far the standard in the server market.
    Monkey-Boy?? I didn't see a single reference to the president in there! But I suppose... The shoe does fit snuggly on both.


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    Haha. Actually I was referring to Ballmer, in reference to his "Developers, developers, developers" dance.
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    W looks more like a chimp than a monkey anyway (yes, there is a difference)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatline
    W looks more like a chimp than a monkey anyway (yes, there is a difference)
    Well yes, you have a point... I don't see a tail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    I don't see a tail.
    Thank god for small favors...I'd hate to have to be that intimate with him, doubt he's a sayan (sp?)
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