erichfreebsdlist at ovitrap.com
Sun Mar 11 04:23:54 UTC 2012
I think that your irony detectors got damaged while reading my post. I am sorry for this.
On Sunday 11 March 2012 10:53:26 Chad Perrin wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 11:31:33PM +0700, Erich Dollansky wrote:
> > On Saturday 10 March 2012 22:08:37 Alejandro Imass wrote:
> > >
> > > ALL of Windows' problems are precisely based on poor design... just to
> > > name a few:
> > > - apps re-write system libs at will
> > Isn't this another masterpiece FreeBSD is far off achieving?
> I'm not aware of any cases where installing or firing up an editor, web
> server, or mail user agent alters base system libraries. I think you are
Isn't this a cool feature?
> > > - no lib versioning
> > I think that you are wrong here. It a long time ago but I think I
> > remember they put a version number into the library name.
> I read "no lib versioning" as meaning "we don't get the same support for
> being able to use multiple versions of a library for different purposes,"
> but maybe I'm mistaken.
How can you say this?
> > > - no filesystem-based security
> > FAT rules!
> Uh . . . what?
It is on every phone, every camera, every toaster ...
> > > - default network protocols are insecure
> > Windows has meanwhile default network protocols? I think, I have to do
> > some catching up.
> I suspect this was a reference to things like SMB/CIFS and other common
> networking protocols and toolsets on MS Windows systems.
Is this all in there by default?
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