Re: Piracy attempts?
Date: Sun, 01 Feb 2004 23:42:40 +0100
Kenneth Ray Sprinkles Jr wrote:
> On Sun, 01 Feb 2004 07:51:39 +0000, Davide Bianchi wrote:
>> Baard Ove Kopperud <bokoppeNOSpamHere@frisurf.no> wrote:
>>> Windows -- comes with servers for everything (HTTP, FTP, SSH, Telnet,
>>> POP, SMTP
>> And those are -by default- turned off. With the exception of SSH
>> everything else have to be enabled by hand. At least is like this on
>> every distribution I tested.
>> BTW, if you are using linux, you are _supposed_ to know what you are
> Well if this is true then linux never will be a threat to windows, because
> most windows users don't know what they are doing, they just want to turn
> the computer on and for it to work without them having to do any
> configuring or anything.
Lets put it that way: In my opinion, those should stay on windows
Let MS have them.
Windows was created to keep stupid people away from UNIX."
-- Tom Christiansen
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