[CentOS] Recommendation for a Linux alternative to Centos - ATH9K disaster

Tue Jan 25 20:14:35 UTC 2011
Gene Brandt <brandtg at bellsouth.net>

Where did I say that! 
"From what I remember it had a Windozie feel"
In MY opinion ( only an opinion) Winblows will never be stable.


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On Tue, 2011-01-25 at 15:04 -0500, Brian Mathis wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 2:27 PM, Gene Brandt <brandtg at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> >
> > Chiming in I find CentOs VERY stable. I need this for my User community (Wife and Daughter) It has to look and work the same always. For the new people to Linux I've noted that NT admins can very easily install ubuntu and get it running (for awhile). From what I remember it had a Windozie feel. Coming from the Solaris, AIX, and HP world I prefer stability.
> > --
> > Thanks,
> > Gene Brandt SCSA
> I need to call you on this one.  "Windozie" (implying some kind of
> decent user interface) and "stability" are not mutually exclusive, as
> your comment suggests.  In the old days you may have had to choose,
> but that's long past.  Windows 7 is very stable, as is Mac OS X.
> This is the type of false dichotomy that a certain US-based news
> network (rhymes with Blox Fews) uses to misinform a naive public.
> Please don't bring that kind of "logic" into tech discussions.
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