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- Join Date
- Oct 2004
Insult Inside Linux Linksys HOWTO
Does the author have the proof that low quality Linksys router is manufactured in Indonesia?
Is it possible for the editor / administrator to remove the word / sentence?
Indonesia is famous for chip/IC packaging and testing / Quality Control in Batam.
(Building one of these puppies is not rocket science. I can only conjecture that the competitive pressure is driving the manufacturers to cut costs to the bone by hiring programmers out of the bottom of the barrel and having the manufacturing done by some low-end contract house in Indonesia or somewhere. The results, alas, tend to be unstable crap. Caveat emptor.)
If you're from Indonesia I understand your frustration to see a guy living miles away from your country who most likely has no clue what your country is all about taliking this way about it.
I live in a tiny country that a bunch a people around the world know very little about and I also read a bunch of bull*** on it as well.
But it's life man The Internet is full of great info, and crap ones as well. If you want to start a cruisade to defend the accuracy of the information on the net, good for you, maybe we need more guys like you? IMHO you are just gonna loose you time.
- Join Date
- Jul 2005
There not exactly greatly built units, mostly i think the heat does the damage(there known to get a bit hot). How ever it costs more to produce a board with efficant heat management. Oh and linksys assembles them in china. But despite the cost restrictions there an good enouth unit.
//dylexic man strikes againAll i want for christmas is a new liver....a second chance to get afflicted with Cirrhosis
I bet he never looked at where the Linksys product was manufactured and all that took is looking underneath.
My Linksys products:
BEFRS81 - China
WAP54G - Taiwan
2 x WMP54G - Taiwan
I noticed you mentioned Batam, I worked there for 3 1/2 months last year (McDermott Yard - FPSO Belanak Natuna). The computer related factorys there that I was aware of worked under the direct supervision of Singapore based companies.
08-15-2005 #6Originally Posted by Vergil83Registered Linux user #270181
I don't like his moustache - I would definitely suggest that he removes it immediately! I find his moustache offensive.
I actually think a certain amount of controversy is good. It keeps things interesting, and might jolt a few people into thinking a bit more. There's nothing worse than a sacred cow (metaphorically).I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso
Re: Insult Inside Linux Linksys HOWTOOriginally Posted by xxqq
I live in the UK, if that statement had read '... having the manufacturing done by some low-end contract house in England or somewhere. ...' I'd have laffed my head off - because I know such companies exist.
Eric Raymond has a habit of talking too much, and that's pretty much all he does, he's made no significant contribution to the community in which to earn the self given title of "OSI leader", unless you include fetchmail, and then uses his position to say "I'd rather be off programming than sitting here writing this".
Try not to listen to him, the only reason he's well known is because the media use him as some kind of spokesperson to get information from. Perhaps he should take some of his own advice, "Shut Up And Show Them The Code".
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- Feb 2005
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