Gandalf The grey
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1.0 Final (Jun 5, 2002)
I could not live without it ;)
I love tabs!
6.0 Final (Nov 26, 2000)
Yes: Netscape is dead, Long Live Mozilla!!
If you want a more updated browser and without the AOL crap, use Mozilla: the MOST standards compliant browser, and it's only 6Mb!
(And I can run it in my Linux and BSD boxes!)
6.0 Final (Oct 6, 2001 - 10:13 AM)
For $75 they sent me(to Madrid in Spain) a very nice box with lots of documentation, and 12(!) CD-ROMs full of software, including Oracle and StarOffice. IMHO it's worth the price... specially having in mind that gives you access to one of the most advanced operating systems ever made... but you may prefer to continue playing with linux or a warez copy of XP, but then you will never know what a real operating system is ;)
(If you still want a real operating system, but don't want to spent $75, get one *BSD(FreeBSD.org, OpenBSD.org, NetBSD.org))
6.0 Final (Aug 21, 2001 - 2:49 PM)
Compiling the kernel?
I'll do that when I remember how to do it.. it was four years ago the last time I needed to do it ;)
Seriously: compiling the kernel is easier than installing a M$ service pack, it don't make my system unusable and I can change back to the old kernel just entering the name of the old kernel in the boot prompt(try to uninstall a M$ servicepack after it screwup completely your system...)
And at least I know what I put in my kernel and don't add ten bugs for each fixed one...
And if you still think that it's difficult to compile the kernel, this is what you have to do:
config MYKERNEL && cd ../compile/MYKERNEL
make depend && make
If that is too much for you better buy a new mac with MacOS X, a great unix much easier to use than windows ;)
6.0 Final (Aug 21, 2001 - 1:59 PM)
Do you know about OpenBSD(http://openbsd.org)?
Four years without a remote hole in the default install.
I wonder how many remote holes have been found in Windows NT/2000 in the last four years... hundreds?