vze24938 at verizon.net
Sun Jan 14 20:20:19 PST 2001
My favorite analogy is that of building a computer vs. buying from Dell,
Gateway, or any of the other big companies. Sure, now that you have a
computer you're l33+3r than those who don't have access (heh heh, bear
with me)--but in a while you'll realize what a bad deal you got when you
bought what you thought at the time was a rather swank Packard Bell.
Fast forward to your first home-built system--what exactly do you think
of those companies now? I mean yeah, they do a hell of a job getting
out there and getting people to buy computers...but how great are they
now that you can build your own system?
Jesse Tie Ten Quee wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 14, 2001 at 08:06:34PM -0800, Jeffery McLean wrote:
> > Nothing is wrong with LFS in an Enterprise environment...
> You sure, we can't improve anything, and all? :)
> > It would just be hard to convence managment to
> > build a Linux system from scratch...
> hehe... i've had very weird looks from other hard-core Linux users
> around here (uhh, in Calgary :) about using LFS, there like "wha? why
> would you do that?!?"
> Jesse Tie Ten Quee - highos at highos dot com
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