Serious investigations into UNIX and Windows
jerrymc at clunix.cl.msu.edu
Mon Oct 25 09:42:15 PDT 2004
> In a message dated 10/25/04 11:48:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> nomadlogic at gmail.com writes:
> > There's also less documentation, fewer resources, etc. So its more difficult
> > to be proficient in unix than in windows.
> >what are you talking about "less documentation" for Unix?!? What
> >"Unix" are you referring to...Solaris...HPUX..AIX...BSD? I'm sorry to
> >bite on this flame bait but i've been tracking your posts for some
> >time now and I really don't understand where you get these ideas from?
> Let's see. The mailing list is "freebsd-questions". Hmmm. I wonder.
> Perhaps the word "logic" in your domain name needs tweaking?
Sounding really like a troll now. Personal attacks are not welcome.
In general, I find UNIX of almost any variety to be better documented
that MS and such open source systems as FreeBSD suplement documentation
by making the source fully available to the user to examine.
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