Discussion:
10 reasons why should one use linux
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Leo
2008-10-16 22:30:40 UTC
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I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.

I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
out if i said anything wrong. Here goes the URL:

http://www.leo-sa.com/?p=21

best regards!
Leonardo Sá
Identity
2008-10-16 23:58:05 UTC
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Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
Here you moron, because you don't know jack about Vista.

I don't see post about malware issues posted by posters anymore in the
Vista NG(s).

<http://www.securitypronews.com/news/securitynews/spn-45-20060601ASLRJoinsVistasBagOfTricks.html>

<http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc162458.aspx>

Address Space Load Randomization

Despite measures like Data Execution Prevention and enhanced compiler
error checking, malware authors continue to find buffer overflow
vulnerabilities that allow them to infect network-facing processes like
Internet Explorer®, Windows services, and third-party applications to
gain a foothold on a system. Once they have managed to infect a process,
however, they must use Windows APIs to accomplish their ultimate goal of
reading user data or establishing a permanent presence by modifying user
or system configuration settings.

Connecting an application with API entry points exported by DLLs is
something usually handled by the operating system loader, but these
types of malware infection don't get the benefit of the loader's
services. This hasn't posed a problem for malware on previous versions
of Windows because for any given Windows release, system executable
images and DLLs always load at the same location, allowing malware to
assume that APIs reside at fixed addresses.

The Windows Vista Address Space Load Randomization (ASLR) feature makes
it impossible for malware to know where APIs are located by loading
system DLLs and executables at a different location every time the
system boots. Early in the boot process, the Memory Manager picks a
random DLL image-load bias from one of 256 64KB-aligned addresses in the
16MB region at the top of the user-mode address space. As DLLs that have
the new dynamic-relocation flag in their image header load into a
process, the Memory Manager packs them into memory starting at the
image-load bias address and working its way down.

Executables that have the flag set get a similar treatment, loading at a
random 64KB-aligned point within 16MB of the base load address stored in
their image header. Further, if a given DLL or executable loads again
after being unloaded by all the processes using it, the Memory Manager
reselects a random location at which to load it. Figure 7 shows an
example address-space layout for a 32-bit Windows Vista system,
including the areas from which ASLR picks the image-load bias and
executable load address.


<http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc709691.aspx>


To help prevent malicious software from silently installing and causing
computer-wide infection, Microsoft developed the UAC feature. Unlike
previous versions of Windows, when an administrator logs on to a
computer running Windows Vista, the user’s full administrator access
token is split into two access tokens: a full administrator access token
and a standard user access token. During the logon process,
authorization and access control components that identify an
administrator are removed, resulting in a standard user access token.
The standard user access token is then used to start the desktop, the
Explorer.exe process. Because all applications inherit their access
control data from the initial launch of the desktop, they all run as a
standard user as well.

After an administrator logs on, the full administrator access token is
not invoked until the user attempts to perform an administrative task


<http://news.softpedia.com/news/Admin-Approval-Mode-in-Windows-Vista-45312.shtml>

The admin approval mode in Windows Vista illustrates how the security
features of the operating system have evolved beyond Windows XP. The
administrator approval mode is active by default for all the users that
are members of the local administrator group.

With the introduction of the User Account Control in Windows Vista,
Microsoft has labored to deliver a balance between security via
privilege limitations and functionality. In Windows XP, a standard user
found that the actions they were able to perform were confined to the
point of lost functionality.

This is also one of the reasons why in Windows XP, standard user
accounts are less than popular. In this aspect, the security delivered
by limiting the administrator privileges was traded off for complete
functionality. In Windows Vista, Microsoft has integrated a common
denominator in the UAC settings: the admin approval mode.

"In this mode (which is on by default for all members of the local
administrators group), every user with administrator privileges runs
normally as a standard user; but when an application or the system needs
to do something that requires administrator permissions, the user is
prompted to approve the task explicitly. Unlike the "super user on"
function from UNIX that leaves the process elevated until the user
explicitly turns it off, admin approval mode enables administrator
privileges for just the task that was approved, automatically returning
the user to standard user when the task is completed," explained Jim
Allchin, Microsoft Co-President, Platform and Services Division.

Allchin went on to explain that the functionality is simply a
convenience feature designed for administrators. The admin approval mode
does not create a security boundary between processes. In this context,
in the absence of process isolation, interference is possible.

"If an administrator performs multiple tasks on the same desktop, then
malware may potentially be able to inject or interfere with an elevated
process from a non-elevated process. Thus, the most secure configuration
for Windows Vista is to run processes in two separate accounts, with
only administrator tasks performed using an administrator account and
all other tasks performed under the standard user account," added Allchin.

<http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc138019.aspx>
<http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc160882.aspx>
<http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa382503.aspx>

<http://juice.altiris.com/article/2665/folder-virtualization-concepts-windows-vista>

To accommodate existing software for Windows that writes to protected
file directories, Microsoft provides a backward compatibility technology
known as Virtualization. While virtualization enables older applications
to run without programmer intervention, it does not guarantee correct
behaviour, and many applications will need to be updated to comply with
UAC restrictions. Virtualization is often referred to as data
redirection because it functions by funnelling attempted access to
protected locations to new locations stored under user profiles. For
example, if a legacy application attempts to write to the Program Files
directory, UAC silently redirects that operation to an unprotected
user-specific folder.

Virtualization Process

When an application installer attempts to write a file called Entry.txt
in C:\Program Files, it is silently redirected to a Virtual Store
directory located inside the current user's account. To the application,
things proceed as normal, and it has no idea that it is being
redirected. To the user, the application, too, still appears to be
located at the old, expected location. But because the application is
not access system-wide file locations, it cannot be used to harm the
system. And on multi-user systems, each user will have isolated, local
copies of redirected files. When this action is being invoked by a admin
user, the file entry is done in Program Files itself. This is depicted
in the figures below.


<http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa382503.aspx>

Applications should not attempt to modify WRP-protected resources
because these are used by Windows and other applications. If an
application attempts to modify a WRP-protected resource, it can have the
following results.

Application installers that attempt to replace, modify, or delete
critical Windows files or registry keys may fail to install the
application and will receive an error message stating that access to the
resource was denied.

Applications that attempt to add or remove sub-keys or change the values
of protected registry keys may fail and will receive an error message
stating that access to the resource was denied.
Applications that rely on writing any information into protected
registry keys, folders, or files may fail.


<http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa382530(VS.85).aspx>

Permission for full access to modify WRP-protected resources is
restricted to TrustedInstaller. WRP-protected resources can be changed
only using the Supported Resource Replacement Mechanisms with the
Windows Modules Installer service.

WRP protects files with the following extensions that are installed by
Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista: .dll, .exe, .ocx, and .sys.

WRP protects critical files that are installed by Windows Server 2008 or
Windows Vista with the following extensions: .acm, .ade, .adp, .app,
.asa, .asp, .aspx, .ax, .bas, .bat, .bin, .cer, .chm, .clb, .cmd, .cnt,
.cnv, .com, .cpl, .cpx, .crt, .csh, .dll, .drv, .dtd, .exe, .fxp, .grp,
.h1s, .hlp, .hta, .ime, .inf, .ins, .isp, .its, .js, .jse, .ksh, .lnk,
.mad, .maf, .mag, .mam, .man, .maq, .mar, .mas, .mat, .mau, .mav, .maw,
.mda, .mdb, .mde, .mdt, .mdw, .mdz, .msc, .msi, .msp, .mst, .mui, .nls,
.ocx, .ops, .pal, .pcd, .pif, .prf, .prg, .pst, .reg, .scf, .scr, .sct,
.shb, .shs, .sys, .tlb, .tsp, .url, .vb, .vbe, .vbs, .vsmacros, .vss,
.vst, .vsw, .ws, .wsc, .wsf, .wsh, .xsd, and .xsl.

WRP protects critical folders. A folder containing only WRP-protected
files may be locked so that only the Windows trusted installer is able
to create files or subfolders in the folder. A folder may be partially
locked to enable Administrators to create files and subfolders in the
folder.

<http://blogs.msdn.com/e7/archive/2008/10/08/user-account-control.aspx>

User Account Control (UAC) is, arguably, one of the most controversial
features in Windows Vista. Why did Microsoft add all those popups to
Windows? Does it actually improve security? Doesn’t everyone just click
“continue”? Has anyone in Redmond heard the feedback on users and
reviewers? Has anyone seen a tv commercial about this feature?

In the course of working on Windows 7 we have taken a hard look at UAC –
examining customer feedback, volumes of data, the software ecosystem,
and Windows itself. Let’s start by looking at why UAC came to be and our
approach in Vista.

And finally, last week's attack report, but hey, nothing is bullet proof.

http://www.zone-h.com/
Richard Rasker
2008-10-17 09:05:22 UTC
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Post by Identity
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
Here you moron, because you don't know jack about Vista.
Vista's "security measures" are an ugly, disorganized heap of annoying and
ineffective kludges, leading people to completely switch off UAC, or
blindly click "Allow" with everything that comes up. And here's another
good example of Microsoft's total incompetence and lack of understanding
when it comes to proper security:

http://www.realtime-vista.com/administration/2007/05/user_account_control_detection.htm

"One of the ways Vista tries to determine if an executable is an
installation is by looking at the filename. If the executable name
includes the word “setup” or “install” you’ll be prompted. In fact, even
the characters “uninst” in an executable name can trigger this security
prompt."

Now if only those pesky virus and malware writers would adhere to this Good
Practice of using the string "Setup" or "Install" in the file names of
their handiwork ...

Richard Rasker
--
http://www.linetec.nl
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-17 09:06:52 UTC
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Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
Here you moron, because you don't know jack about Vista.
Vista's "security measures" are an ugly, disorganized heap of annoying and
ineffective kludges, leading people to completely switch off UAC, or
blindly click "Allow" with everything that comes up. And here's another
good example of Microsoft's total incompetence and lack of understanding
http://www.realtime-vista.com/administration/2007/05/user_account_control_detection.htm
"One of the ways Vista tries to determine if an executable is an
installation is by looking at the filename. If the executable name
includes the word “setup” or “install” you’ll be prompted. In fact, even
the characters “uninst” in an executable name can trigger this security
prompt."
Now if only those pesky virus and malware writers would adhere to this Good
Practice of using the string "Setup" or "Install" in the file names of
their handiwork ...
Richard Rasker
lol.
William Poaster
2008-10-17 11:13:12 UTC
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Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
Here you moron, because you don't know jack about Vista.
Vista's "security measures" are an ugly, disorganized heap of annoying and
ineffective kludges, leading people to completely switch off UAC, or
blindly click "Allow" with everything that comes up. And here's another
good example of Microsoft's total incompetence and lack of understanding
http://www.realtime-vista.com/administration/2007/05/user_account_control_detection.htm
"One of the ways Vista tries to determine if an executable is an
installation is by looking at the filename. If the executable name
includes the word “setup” or “install” you’ll be prompted. In fact, even
the characters “uninst” in an executable name can trigger this security
prompt."
Now if only those pesky virus and malware writers would adhere to this Good
Practice of using the string "Setup" or "Install" in the file names of
their handiwork ...
Richard Rasker
lol.
References: includes earthlink.com. "Identity" - Duh Inane Arnold again...
--
Did you know?
Hardon Quack & his wife divorced over religious differences.
He thought he was God, but she didn't.
Identity
2008-10-17 11:49:47 UTC
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Post by William Poaster
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
Here you moron, because you don't know jack about Vista.
Vista's "security measures" are an ugly, disorganized heap of annoying and
ineffective kludges, leading people to completely switch off UAC, or
blindly click "Allow" with everything that comes up. And here's another
good example of Microsoft's total incompetence and lack of understanding
http://www.realtime-vista.com/administration/2007/05/user_account_control_detection.htm
"One of the ways Vista tries to determine if an executable is an
installation is by looking at the filename. If the executable name
includes the word “setup” or “install” you’ll be prompted. In fact, even
the characters “uninst” in an executable name can trigger this security
prompt."
Now if only those pesky virus and malware writers would adhere to this Good
Practice of using the string "Setup" or "Install" in the file names of
their handiwork ...
Richard Rasker
lol.
References: includes earthlink.com. "Identity" - Duh Inane Arnold again...
He can't stop me.
Identity
2008-10-17 11:48:57 UTC
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Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
Here you moron, because you don't know jack about Vista.
Vista's "security measures" are an ugly, disorganized heap of annoying and
ineffective kludges, leading people to completely switch off UAC, or
blindly click "Allow" with everything that comes up. And here's another
good example of Microsoft's total incompetence and lack of understanding
http://www.realtime-vista.com/administration/2007/05/user_account_control_detection.htm
"One of the ways Vista tries to determine if an executable is an
installation is by looking at the filename. If the executable name
includes the word “setup” or “install” you’ll be prompted. In fact, even
the characters “uninst” in an executable name can trigger this security
prompt."
Now if only those pesky virus and malware writers would adhere to this Good
Practice of using the string "Setup" or "Install" in the file names of
their handiwork ...
Richard Rasker
lol.
I don't see too many posts about malware issues in the Vista NG(s).
Identity
2008-10-17 11:47:44 UTC
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Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
Here you moron, because you don't know jack about Vista.
Vista's "security measures" are an ugly, disorganized heap of annoying and
ineffective kludges, leading people to completely switch off UAC, or
blindly click "Allow" with everything that comes up. And here's another
good example of Microsoft's total incompetence and lack of understanding
http://www.realtime-vista.com/administration/2007/05/user_account_control_detection.htm
"One of the ways Vista tries to determine if an executable is an
installation is by looking at the filename. If the executable name
includes the word “setup” or “install” you’ll be prompted. In fact, even
the characters “uninst” in an executable name can trigger this security
prompt."
Now if only those pesky virus and malware writers would adhere to this Good
Practice of using the string "Setup" or "Install" in the file names of
their handiwork ...
Richard Rasker
But hey, I don't see too many posts about malware issues in the Vista NG(s).
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-17 12:47:37 UTC
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Post by Identity
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu
linux. I decided to write that to stand out points where
linux takes advantage on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and
eventually point out if i said anything wrong. Here goes the
Here you moron, because you don't know jack about Vista.
This is an example of:

http://www.hyphenologist.co.uk/killfile/anti_troll_faq.htm

[quote] Subject: 3.4 The nasty Troll

If anyone does anything which will interfere with the troll's
ability to cause mayhem, they can become very nasty, posting from
obviously incorrect variations of the name etc. insults, call
them netcops, netnannies, homosexuals. [/quote]

also

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/

[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics [...]

[3.] Put your opponent off guard by insulting him. The liberal
use of profanity and vulgarisms can be very effective,
particularly when used against you more dignified opponents. Your
experience as a school yard bully can be handy here. [/quote]
Post by Identity
I don't see post about malware issues posted by posters
anymore in the Vista NG(s).
<http://www.securitypronews.com/news/securitynews/spn-45-20060601ASLRJoinsVistasBagOfTricks.html>
<http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc162458.aspx>
Address Space Load Randomization
<SNIP>
Post by Identity
The Windows Vista Address Space Load Randomization (ASLR)
feature makes it impossible for malware to know where APIs are
located by loading system DLLs and executables at a different
location every time the system boots. Early in the boot
process, the Memory Manager picks a random DLL image-load bias
from one of 256 64KB-aligned addresses in the 16MB region at
the top of the user-mode address space. As DLLs that have the
new dynamic-relocation flag in their image header load into a
process, the Memory Manager packs them into memory starting
at the image-load bias address and working its way down.
Oh, yeah ....

http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1

[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10

It looks as if Vista's reputation for improved security could be
heading for the pages of history. PC Tools has renewed last
week's attack on the platform with new figures that appear to
back up its claim that Vista is almost as vulnerable as its
predecessors.

According to analysis from the Australian company's ThreatFire
user base, 58,000 PCs running Vista were compromised by at least
one piece of malware over the six months to May 2008, equivalent
to 27 percent of all Vista machines probed. Vista made up 12.6
percent, or 190,692, of the 1,513,502 machines running Windows in
the user base.

In total, Vista suffered 121,380 instances of malware from its
190,000 user base, a rate of malware detection per system is
proportionally lower than that of XP, which saw 1,319,144 malware
infections from a user base of 1,297,828 machines, but it
indicates a problem that is worse than Microsoft has been
admitting to.
[/quote]

Oh yeah. OTOH:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/03/29/ubuntu_left_standing/

[quote]
Only Ubuntu left standing, as Flash vuln fells Vista in Pwn2Own
hacking contest

Contestant overcomes bout of 'hacktile dysfunction'
By Dan Goodin in Vancouver → More by this author
Published Saturday 29th March 2008 21:27 GMT

CanSecWest A laptop running a fully patched version of
Microsoft's Vista operating system was the second and final
machine to fall in a hacking contest that pitted the security of
Windows, OS X and Ubuntu Linux. With both a Windows and Mac
machine felled, only the Linux box remained standing following
the three-day competition.
[/quote]

OSX and Vista pwned by Ubuntu! Debian security unsurpassed.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Identity
2008-10-17 13:02:29 UTC
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Post by High Plains Thumper
[quote]
Only Ubuntu left standing, as Flash vuln fells Vista in Pwn2Own
hacking contest
OSX and Vista pwned by Ubuntu! Debian security unsurpassed.
But in the mean time Linux is being hammered.

http://www.zone-h.com/

If the server platform is being hammered what makes you think that the
workstation versions are going to be any better in the wrong hands?

What it really comes down to is who is sitting behind the wheel and is
doing the driving.

What? You're an x Windows user that crossed over to Linux and you are a
guru's guru, right?
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-17 23:46:05 UTC
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Post by Identity
[quote] Only Ubuntu left standing, as Flash vuln fells Vista
in Pwn2Own hacking contest
OSX and Vista pwned by Ubuntu! Debian security unsurpassed.
But in the mean time Linux is being hammered.
http://www.zone-h.com/
If the server platform is being hammered what makes you think
that the workstation versions are going to be any better in
the wrong hands?
A site located on a neutral country, Switzerland, with stats
populated by rogue hackers, with most of the hacked sites hardly
anyone has ever heard of. Hmmmm ..... It would be different if
there were at least two or three other sites with similar
statistics, to confirm.

However, if we truly believe the results, then I would have to
say that Linux has a much greater presence than the trolls would
like to admit.

Also, good systems administrative practises go a long way to
preventing intrusions. Weak passwords, leaked passwords, no
passwords, failure to apply security patches in a timely manner,
failure to secure unused ports, admittance of administrative
rights to those who have no need for it only invite trouble. It
makes no difference what the operating system is, if one leaves
the back door open, key under the doormat or with untrustworthy
neighbors.
Post by Identity
What it really comes down to is who is sitting behind the
wheel and is doing the driving.
What? You're an x Windows user that crossed over to Linux and
you are a guru's guru, right?
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32 bit
minicomputers and small embedded systems.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Chris Ahlstrom
2008-10-18 00:08:22 UTC
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After takin' a swig o' grog, High Plains Thumper belched out
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Identity
http://www.zone-h.com/
A site located on a neutral country, Switzerland, with stats
populated by rogue hackers, with most of the hacked sites hardly
anyone has ever heard of. Hmmmm ..... It would be different if
there were at least two or three other sites with similar
statistics, to confirm.
It's a bragging-rights site, as far as I can tell.
Post by High Plains Thumper
However, if we truly believe the results, then I would have to
say that Linux has a much greater presence than the trolls would
like to admit.
Did I mention yet that The Bee, Mr. Identity Theft, is a feckless moron?
--
If your life was a horse, you'd have to shoot it.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 01:12:33 UTC
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Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Did I mention yet that The Bee, Mr. Identity Theft, is a feckless moron?
Do you really think that I give a shit? Do you really think that you
Linux-Pimp?
Hadron
2008-10-18 00:36:54 UTC
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Post by Identity
[quote] Only Ubuntu left standing, as Flash vuln fells Vista
in Pwn2Own hacking contest
OSX and Vista pwned by Ubuntu! Debian security unsurpassed.
But in the mean time Linux is being hammered.
http://www.zone-h.com/
If the server platform is being hammered what makes you think
that the workstation versions are going to be any better in
the wrong hands?
A site located on a neutral country, Switzerland, with stats populated
by rogue hackers, with most of the hacked sites hardly anyone has ever
heard of. Hmmmm ..... It would be different if there were at least
two or three other sites with similar statistics, to confirm.
However, if we truly believe the results, then I would have to say
that Linux has a much greater presence than the trolls would like to
admit.
Also, good systems administrative practises go a long way to
preventing intrusions. Weak passwords, leaked passwords, no
passwords, failure to apply security patches in a timely manner,
failure to secure unused ports, admittance of administrative rights to
those who have no need for it only invite trouble. It makes no
difference what the operating system is, if one leaves the back door
open, key under the doormat or with untrustworthy neighbors.
Exactly. And Social Engineering. The things I highlighted as points of
attack ages ago e.g sudo embedded in bash script in HOWTO code etc. You
and your chums informed me I was a Windiot and didn't have a
clue. Finally I am proven right and you come grovelling back. What a
surprise.

Google "comp.os.linux.advocacy social engineering hadron quark" if you
do not believe me.
Post by Identity
What it really comes down to is who is sitting behind the
wheel and is doing the driving.
What? You're an x Windows user that crossed over to Linux and
you are a guru's guru, right?
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32 bit
minicomputers and small embedded systems.
And after Windows appeared and CP/M and Minicomputers vanished?
--
"Poor fishfarb! Pissed because s/h/it doesn't get all the attention s/h/it craves due to wise use of filtering."
-- Sinister Midget <***@gmail.com> trying to impress Willy Filters in comp.os.linux.advocacy
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-18 06:12:37 UTC
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Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
Also, good systems administrative practises go a long way to
preventing intrusions. Weak passwords, leaked passwords,
no passwords, failure to apply security patches in a timely
manner, failure to secure unused ports, admittance of
administrative rights to those who have no need for it only
invite trouble. It makes no difference what the operating
system is, if one leaves the back door open, key under the
doormat or with untrustworthy neighbors.
Exactly. And Social Engineering. The things I highlighted as
points of attack ages ago e.g sudo embedded in bash script in
HOWTO code etc. You and your chums informed me I was a Windiot
and didn't have a clue. Finally I am proven right and you come
grovelling back. What a surprise.
Prove what? Do you know what sudo is? I do not recall any
discussions between you and me on bash scripting.
Post by Hadron
Google "comp.os.linux.advocacy social engineering hadron
quark" if you do not believe me.
Be more specific. Comes up with this thread and discussion, then
the usual Hadron rant towards Kohlmann.
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32
bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
And after Windows appeared and CP/M and Minicomputers
vanished?
Read your history.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
William Poaster
2008-10-18 09:35:18 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
Also, good systems administrative practises go a long way to
preventing intrusions. Weak passwords, leaked passwords,
no passwords, failure to apply security patches in a timely
manner, failure to secure unused ports, admittance of
administrative rights to those who have no need for it only
invite trouble. It makes no difference what the operating
system is, if one leaves the back door open, key under the
doormat or with untrustworthy neighbors.
Exactly. And Social Engineering. The things I highlighted as
points of attack ages ago e.g sudo embedded in bash script in
HOWTO code etc. You and your chums informed me I was a Windiot
and didn't have a clue. Finally I am proven right and you come
grovelling back. What a surprise.
Prove what? Do you know what sudo is? I do not recall any
discussions between you and me on bash scripting.
The Quack troll making things up again is it. Not unusual.
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Google "comp.os.linux.advocacy social engineering hadron
quark" if you do not believe me.
Be more specific. Comes up with this thread and discussion, then
the usual Hadron rant towards Kohlmann.
Quack, ranting? What a surprise...
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32
bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
And after Windows appeared and CP/M and Minicomputers
vanished?
Read your history.
--
Did you know?
Hadron Quack & his wife divorced over religious differences.
He thought he was God, but she didn't.
Chris Ahlstrom
2008-10-18 10:23:15 UTC
Permalink
After takin' a swig o' grog, High Plains Thumper belched out
Another sleepless night in the Procrustean bed?
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
Also, good systems administrative practises go a long way to
preventing intrusions. Weak passwords, leaked passwords,
no passwords, failure to apply security patches in a timely
manner, failure to secure unused ports, admittance of
administrative rights to those who have no need for it only
invite trouble. It makes no difference what the operating
system is, if one leaves the back door open, key under the
doormat or with untrustworthy neighbors.
Exactly. And Social Engineering. The things I highlighted as
points of attack ages ago e.g sudo embedded in bash script in
HOWTO code etc. You and your chums informed me I was a Windiot
and didn't have a clue. Finally I am proven right and you come
grovelling back. What a surprise.
Pretty pompous and arrogant for a guy who apparently /still/ thinks
that "sudo embedded in a bash script in HOWTO code" is an automatic
way into anything.
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Finally I am proven right and you come
grovelling back.
*LMAO*
Post by High Plains Thumper
Prove what? Do you know what sudo is? I do not recall any
discussions between you and me on bash scripting.
Post by Hadron
Google "comp.os.linux.advocacy social engineering hadron
quark" if you do not believe me.
Be more specific. Comes up with this thread and discussion, then
the usual Hadron rant towards Kohlmann.
You can watch Hadron "they are hacked on a routine basis" Quark
both brag about stating obvious stuff and show off
his mistaken notions about sudo here:

http://help.lockergnome.com/linux/Simple-Windowsftopic-274113-days0-orderasc-20.html

Jim Richardson, Bob Hauck, and Richard Rasker systematically
dismantle Hadron's "argument".
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32
bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
And after Windows appeared and CP/M and Minicomputers
vanished?
Read your history.
You forget. Hadron can't read (with comprehension, that is.)
--
If a thing's worth having, it's worth cheating for.
-- W. C. Fields
Hadron
2008-10-18 13:07:58 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
Also, good systems administrative practises go a long way to
preventing intrusions. Weak passwords, leaked passwords,
no passwords, failure to apply security patches in a timely
manner, failure to secure unused ports, admittance of
administrative rights to those who have no need for it only
invite trouble. It makes no difference what the operating
system is, if one leaves the back door open, key under the
doormat or with untrustworthy neighbors.
Exactly. And Social Engineering. The things I highlighted as
points of attack ages ago e.g sudo embedded in bash script in
HOWTO code etc. You and your chums informed me I was a Windiot
and didn't have a clue. Finally I am proven right and you come
grovelling back. What a surprise.
Prove what? Do you know what sudo is? I do not recall any
discussions between you and me on bash scripting.
Erm, yes I do know what sudo is. And it is of paramount importance to
the point I made above. If you do no understand that (and I think you do
understand it) then ask and I will explain.
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Google "comp.os.linux.advocacy social engineering hadron
quark" if you do not believe me.
Be more specific. Comes up with this thread and discussion, then the
usual Hadron rant towards Kohlmann.
"you" == "COLA".
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32
bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
And after Windows appeared and CP/M and Minicomputers
vanished?
Read your history.
I dont need too. One of my first programs was in Z80 on an RML 380Z
machine. Something to filter data for a school physics
experiment. Trivial stuff but exciting at the time. CP/M was nothing
special. And all the halcyon memories dont really change that. For the
time wonderful. Compared to now? Hell, emacs probably has an emulator for
it ....

The question stands. Are you really trying to tell us you had a gaping
void in your career post mid 90s?

Minicomputers were dumped quicker than Shares in Enron from the end of
the 80s. The CPM machines were used as gym vaults in school sporting
events.
--
"His asshole is so reamed out he has room for an oxygen
tank, too."
-- Tattoo Vampire loooking for new accomodation in comp.os.linux.advocacy
Moshe Goldfarb.
2008-10-18 15:46:57 UTC
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Post by Hadron
Erm, yes I do know what sudo is. And it is of paramount importance to
the point I made above. If you do no understand that (and I think you do
understand it) then ask and I will explain.
The loons are trying to re-write history again.
--
Moshe Goldfarb
Collector of soaps from around the globe.
Please visit The Hall of Linux Idiots:
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/
Please Visit www.linsux.org
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 01:08:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32 bit
minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-18 06:16:02 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32
bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 08:47:06 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32
bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
You can take CP/M, all the rest your crap and embedded all up your ass
for all I care as to what you have done. You should make sure you grease
first, High Linux-Pimp Grand Poobah.
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-18 16:40:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems,
32 bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
You can take CP/M, all the rest your crap and embedded all up
your ass for all I care as to what you have done. You should
make sure you grease first, High Linux-Pimp Grand Poobah.
Very childish, very potty mouthed, sounds like the rant of a
scolded disobedient 12 YO.
--
HPT
Hadron
2008-10-18 16:43:06 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems,
32 bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
You can take CP/M, all the rest your crap and embedded all up
your ass for all I care as to what you have done. You should
make sure you grease first, High Linux-Pimp Grand Poobah.
Very childish, very potty mouthed, sounds like the rant of a scolded
disobedient 12 YO.
Your reply belies your claimed lack of interest and moral high ground.

This is an example of:

http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/2007/09/william-poaster-willy-boaster-liar.html
--
"Are Linux systems perfect. Uh, no."
-- Rick <***@nomail.com> in comp.os.linux.advocacy
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 18:53:00 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Your reply belies your claimed lack of interest and moral high ground.
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/2007/09/william-poaster-willy-boaster-liar.html
Really? William-the-Fly-By-Rooster-Poaster has a link too? I always knew
he is sick.
Sinister Midget
2008-10-18 16:49:38 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems,
32 bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
You can take CP/M, all the rest your crap and embedded all up
your ass for all I care as to what you have done. You should
make sure you grease first, High Linux-Pimp Grand Poobah.
Very childish, very potty mouthed, sounds like the rant of a
scolded disobedient 12 YO.
Younger. Or also illiterate.
--
Vista: Proof you CAN fool some of the people all of the time.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 18:41:15 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sinister Midget
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems,
32 bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
You can take CP/M, all the rest your crap and embedded all up
your ass for all I care as to what you have done. You should
make sure you grease first, High Linux-Pimp Grand Poobah.
Very childish, very potty mouthed, sounds like the rant of a
scolded disobedient 12 YO.
Younger. Or also illiterate.
Look, it's the Littlest-Linux-Pimp-of-Them-All.
chrisv
2008-10-20 13:12:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sinister Midget
Post by High Plains Thumper
Very childish, very potty mouthed, sounds like the rant of a
scolded disobedient 12 YO.
Younger. Or also illiterate.
Why isn't he ignored? It's easy-enough to not read the messages, even
if you're too lazy to plonk it, eh?
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 13:30:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by chrisv
Post by Sinister Midget
Post by High Plains Thumper
Very childish, very potty mouthed, sounds like the rant of a
scolded disobedient 12 YO.
Younger. Or also illiterate.
Why isn't he ignored? It's easy-enough to not read the messages, even
if you're too lazy to plonk it, eh?
That's because the person is not strong. The person is a weak
individual, Linux-Pimp-Chrisv.

Take your boy Roy as he crawls out from behind/pulled out of his kill
filters hole to see what is being said about him. He is a typical weak
person.
Clogwog
2008-10-18 17:19:01 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems,
32 bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
You can take CP/M, all the rest your crap and embedded all up
your ass for all I care as to what you have done. You should
make sure you grease first, High Linux-Pimp Grand Poobah.
Very childish, very potty mouthed, sounds like the rant of a scolded
disobedient 12 YO.
You replied, so 12 YO's might attract you?
Do you know ChrisV an den Bergh?
--
Linux..... isn't that some kind of cheap lavatory tissue?
Loading Image...
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 18:13:07 UTC
Permalink
Very childish, very potty mouthed, sounds like the rant of a scolded
disobedient 12 YO.
You're talking like you have some 12 year old boy locked in your
basement here High-Linux-Pimp-the-Molester. The real *you* may be on
display here.
Hadron
2008-10-18 13:09:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems, 32
bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
--
"Off the top of my head, I can't tell you which sites. They are ones that
throw up some kind of dialog, I change the user agent and look at them
again, then move on."
-- Rick <***@nomail.com> telling lies in comp.os.linux.advocacy
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-18 14:48:58 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems,
32 bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
The fact you replied belies your intent to troll.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Hadron
2008-10-18 14:52:12 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems,
32 bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
The fact you replied belies your intent to troll.
You need to look up belies.

http://www.google.com/search?q=belies
--
"It explains a lot. I've not heard of anyone I know, anywhere, buying XP,
and I've not seen it sold whilst I've been in any shops."
comp.os.linux.advocacy - where they put the lunacy in advocacy
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-18 16:22:43 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic
systems, 32 bit minicomputers and small embedded
systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
The fact you replied belies your intent to troll.
You need to look up belies.
http://www.google.com/search?q=belies
<REWIND> The fact you replied [camouflages, cloaks, conceals,
disguises, masks, obscures, deceives, garbles, misleads, twists,
dissembles, feigns] your intent to troll.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
William Poaster
2008-10-18 22:31:46 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic
systems, 32 bit minicomputers and small embedded
systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
The fact you replied belies your intent to troll.
You need to look up belies.
http://www.google.com/search?q=belies
<REWIND> The fact you replied [camouflages, cloaks, conceals,
disguises, masks, obscures, deceives, garbles, misleads, twists,
dissembles, feigns] your intent to troll.
Quack has never denied that he trolls.
So you just can't take *anything* he says as being true. He condemned
himself with his own post.
Message-ID: <n145s4-***@news.individual.net>
--
Did you know?
Hadron Quack & his wife divorced over religious differences.
He thought he was God, but she didn't.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-19 03:26:08 UTC
Permalink
William the Rooster wrote:

<snipped>

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it Bill Rooster on another fly-by.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 14:55:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic systems,
32 bit minicomputers and small embedded systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
The fact you replied belies your intent to troll.
But your intent is to be the High-Linux-Pimp-Grand-Poobah.
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-18 16:28:06 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic
systems, 32 bit minicomputers and small embedded
systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
The fact you replied belies your intent to troll.
But your intent is to be the High-Linux-Pimp-Grand-Poobah.
This is an example of:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/

[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics

[4.] Be patronizing, condescending and present an air of
superiority. It may hide your inferiority to the casual reader.
Use phrases like "kid" or "son", to elevate your relative
apparent authority by attempting to diminish that of the Linux
advocate you are addressing. [/quote]
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Hadron
2008-10-18 16:37:41 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic
systems, 32 bit minicomputers and small embedded
systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
The fact you replied belies your intent to troll.
But your intent is to be the High-Linux-Pimp-Grand-Poobah.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
*snip*

This is an example of:


http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/2007/09/high-plains-thumper-liar.html
--
So how do we destroy Microsoft?

Microsoft is doing the job quite nicely, imploding under its own weight."
-- AZ Nomad <***@PremoveOBthisOX.COM> in comp.os.linux.advocacy
Peter Köhlmann
2008-10-18 16:41:32 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic
systems, 32 bit minicomputers and small embedded
systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
The fact you replied belies your intent to troll.
But your intent is to be the High-Linux-Pimp-Grand-Poobah.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
*snip*
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/2007/09/high-plains-thumper-liar.html
Oh, looky looky: Hadron Quark riding to the rescue of the currently most
stupid poster of cola, the brainless nymshifter

It is really heartwarming to swee how cozy you windows fanbois are to each
other, Hadron Quark
--
My other computer is your windows box
Hadron
2008-10-18 16:53:04 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Hadron
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by High Plains Thumper
No, I came out of the CP/M era, early graphic
systems, 32 bit minicomputers and small embedded
systems.
I don't believe you. You're not believable.
Who cares what you think? I certainly don't.
The fact that you replied belies it's content.
The fact you replied belies your intent to troll.
But your intent is to be the High-Linux-Pimp-Grand-Poobah.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
*snip*
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/2007/09/high-plains-thumper-liar.html
Oh, looky looky: Hadron Quark riding to the rescue of the currently most
stupid poster of cola, the brainless nymshifter
It is really heartwarming to swee how cozy you windows fanbois are to each
other, Hadron Quark
Rescue? I don't give a damn about "Linux Pimps". I am merely replying in
kind to COLA's widely recognised stupidest poster. Namely High Plains
Hypocrite. Only Willy Poaster is more useless.

But good to see you riding in to take the heat off your COLA
equal. Apparently he's a "mini" and "CP/M" guy ....
--
"It's perhaps inevitable that some professionals would paint their status
as being somehow superior to those of the amateurs, after all, they're
trying to get paid."
-- Mark Kent <***@demon.co.uk> mouthing off in comp.os.linux.advocacy, comp.sys.mac.advocacy, comp.unix.solaris
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 17:53:11 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Oh, looky looky: Hadron Quark riding to the rescue of the currently most
stupid poster of cola, the brainless nymshifter
It is really heartwarming to swee how cozy you windows fanbois are to each
other, Hadron Quark
Oh look, Petey at being brain dead Petey the Linux-Pimp mutt, and he is
as smart as a dead piece of wood, as he chases. He buries his head deep
up other Linux-Pimps John Brown behind parts, nice and cozy.
Cyanocobalamine-Hydrocobamine-derivaat-injectiecyclus-met-zaagtandvormige B12-lijn
2008-10-19 13:33:57 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Oh, looky looky: Hadron Quark riding to the rescue of the currently most
stupid poster of cola, the brainless nymshifter
It is really heartwarming to swee how cozy you windows fanbois are to each
other, Hadron Quark
Oh look, Petey at being brain dead Petey the Linux-Pimp mutt, and he is as
smart as a dead piece of wood, as he chases. He buries his head deep up
other Linux-Pimps John Brown behind parts, nice and cozy.
Peter Köhlmann is a fake pretend German who serves no purpose at all. The
only one possibly more worthless than this foul mouthed twit would be the
Willy Boaster moron. This Köhlmann liar has never posted anything worth
reading about computers, software, linux or otherwise. The only reason he
posts at all is to call other posters who do talk about computers and
software "morons, liars, trolls and scum."
This Köhlmann idiot is stupid enough to make broad sweeping statements about
how all "Windoze users" or all "Mak users" are idiots, morons, uneducated
and etc. Quite ironic isn't it - a loser like Köhlmann makes an uneducated
statement about how all people who use an OS different from his are
uneducated. This is something that a child with an 8th grade education would
be smart enough not to say.
Köhlmann claims to be an expert in "anti-aliasing", "swap-files" and
hyperlinks that conform to standards. Although he has proven on several
occasions that he knows less than nothing about these topics - he knows
wrong and inaccurate information. He is too stupid to follow a simple link
and even stated that he will not read a link that proves his pathetic
arguments wrong.
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/2007/09/peter-khlmann-liar.html
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 18:49:46 UTC
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Post by Hadron
*snip*
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/2007/09/high-plains-thumper-liar.html
Really? The person is sick when someone has a write up about he or she
like that.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 17:44:26 UTC
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High Plains Thumper wrote:

<snipped>

It's just shameful activity, huh, there High-Linux-Pimp-Poobah?
Richard Rasker
2008-10-17 13:31:30 UTC
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Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+% infection rate.
But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux, where the first confirmed
desktop infection in the wild still hasn't been reported.

Richard Rasker
--
http://www.linetec.nl
Identity
2008-10-17 13:35:30 UTC
Permalink
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+% infection rate.
But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux, where the first confirmed
desktop infection in the wild still hasn't been reported.
I don't believe you.
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-17 13:37:14 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+% infection rate.
But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux, where the first confirmed
desktop infection in the wild still hasn't been reported.
I don't believe you.
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
Identity
2008-10-17 13:43:27 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Identity
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+% infection rate.
But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux, where the first confirmed
desktop infection in the wild still hasn't been reported.
I don't believe you.
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe IT
director at a printing press.
DFS
2008-10-17 14:07:07 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a Windows
button and send a job to the printer.
Identity
2008-10-17 14:15:13 UTC
Permalink
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a Windows
button and send a job to the printer.
LOL

Yes, I know. His company mission critical spreadsheet payroll, other
games, tools, water dispenser and auto flushing toilets are powered by
the big *L*. That way, there is a less chance of the big *L* being
hacked as an office facing solution.
DFS
2008-10-17 14:23:18 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make
believe IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a
Windows button and send a job to the printer.
LOL
Yes, I know. His company mission critical spreadsheet payroll, other
games, tools, water dispenser and auto flushing toilets
ha!

Linux knows how to deal with shit... just merge it into the Ubuntu and
Debian "stable" repositories.


Debian Etch: "I installed debian etch. Ran fine for a while, then the same
freezing problem."
#148 at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=412125&page=15
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-18 17:46:18 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a
Windows button and send a job to the printer.
LOL
Yes, I know. His company mission critical spreadsheet payroll, other
games, tools, water dispenser and auto flushing toilets are powered by
the big *L*. That way, there is a less chance of the big *L* being
hacked as an office facing solution.
None of those are mission critical you raging dipshit.
Hadron
2008-10-18 17:56:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Identity
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a
Windows button and send a job to the printer.
LOL
Yes, I know. His company mission critical spreadsheet payroll, other
games, tools, water dispenser and auto flushing toilets are powered
by the big *L*. That way, there is a less chance of the big *L*
being hacked as an office facing solution.
None of those are mission critical you raging dipshit.
Wasn't that his point?
--
"Do a screen-shot of a text. Now disable anti-aliasing. Do again screen-shot of same text. Compare both. They are exactly the same."
Peter Koehlmann, COLA, explaining Anti Aliasing ....
http://tinyurl.com/33672q
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 18:34:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Identity
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a
Windows button and send a job to the printer.
LOL
Yes, I know. His company mission critical spreadsheet payroll, other
games, tools, water dispenser and auto flushing toilets are powered
by the big *L*. That way, there is a less chance of the big *L*
being hacked as an office facing solution.
None of those are mission critical you raging dipshit.
Wasn't that his point?
And he calls himself an IT director? He is sure defensive of that
company owned shoe-string budget set-up he has got. His butt chicks get
real tight about that $80K before taxes printing Linux literature of
raffle tickets, posters, and filers, by the family owned company.
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 08:41:52 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Identity
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a
Windows button and send a job to the printer.
LOL
Yes, I know. His company mission critical spreadsheet payroll, other
games, tools, water dispenser and auto flushing toilets are powered
by the big *L*. That way, there is a less chance of the big *L*
being hacked as an office facing solution.
None of those are mission critical you raging dipshit.
Wasn't that his point?
And he calls himself an IT director? He is sure defensive of that
company owned shoe-string budget set-up he has got. His butt chicks get
real tight about that $80K before taxes printing Linux literature of
raffle tickets, posters, and filers, by the family owned company.
lol
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 12:24:13 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
None of those are mission critical you raging dipshit.
Wasn't that his point?
And he calls himself an IT director? He is sure defensive of that
company owned shoe-string budget set-up he has got. His butt chicks
get real tight about that $80K before taxes printing Linux literature
of raffle tickets, posters, and filers, by the family owned company.
lol
I sure like pulling the scalpel out. I am a guru's guru with the
scalpel. :-P

<sliced>
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 18:06:07 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
None of those are mission critical you raging dipshit.
Look Phil-Da-Licky, you are a dime short and a dollar late, and don't
get your panties in a pinch, IT Director. You can un-pinch your panties
on the printing press, after you press the Windows button.
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-18 17:47:03 UTC
Permalink
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a Windows
button and send a job to the printer.
A wintroll in a linux advocacy group calling a linux advocate a
hypocrite. Priceless.
Hadron
2008-10-18 17:57:50 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a
Windows button and send a job to the printer.
A wintroll in a linux advocacy group calling a linux advocate a
hypocrite. Priceless.
It is not being a hypocrite to disagree. it is being a hypocrite, like
you for example, for espousing LInux while you make your money with
Windows. In addition your constant begging for other people to do you
R&D ostensibly for you to "share" in their research for
free. Hypocrite. I bet you dont print them free menu cards or whatever
you do.
--
"Do a screen-shot of a text. Now disable anti-aliasing. Do again screen-shot of same text. Compare both. They are exactly the same."
Peter Koehlmann, COLA, explaining Anti Aliasing ....
http://tinyurl.com/33672q
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-20 02:47:09 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by DFS
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to
click a Windows button and send a job to the printer.
A wintroll in a linux advocacy group calling a linux
advocate a hypocrite. Priceless.
It is not being a hypocrite to disagree. it is being a
hypocrite, like you for example, for espousing LInux while you
make your money with Windows. In addition your constant
begging for other people to do you R&D ostensibly for you to
"share" in their research for free. Hypocrite. I bet you dont
print them free menu cards or whatever you do.
This type troll talk has nothing to do with comparing the
benefits of Linux to other operating systems. Instead, it is a
personal negative character attack as an accusation against
participants in this forum. These type accusations with
insulting terms such as "hypocrite", "you make your money with
Windows", constant begging for other people to do you[r] R&D
ostensibly for you to 'share' in their research for free", are
not comparisons of the benefits of Linux. Per

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/

[quote]
1.4 The Charter of comp.os.linux.advocacy

The charter of comp.os.linux.advocacy is:

For discussion of the benefits of Linux compared to other
operating systems.

That single sentence is the one and only charter of the
newsgroup comp.os.linux.advocacy. The newsgroup's charter is for
the newsgroup as a place for supporters of Linux to gather to
discuss Linux, for the betterment of the Linux community and the
promotion and development of Linux. It supports this as a place
for those who would like to learn more about Linux to come to
learn from those who know Linux. It does not call for it to be a
place where the anti-Linux propagandists to gather in order to
discredit Linux.
[/quote]

The worst hypocrite is the one who is accusing Linux advocacy
forum posters of hypocrisy.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
DFS
2008-10-20 03:44:32 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by DFS
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to
click a Windows button and send a job to the printer.
A wintroll in a linux advocacy group calling a linux
advocate a hypocrite. Priceless.
It is not being a hypocrite to disagree. it is being a
hypocrite, like you for example, for espousing LInux while you
make your money with Windows. In addition your constant
begging for other people to do you R&D ostensibly for you to
"share" in their research for free. Hypocrite. I bet you dont
print them free menu cards or whatever you do.
This type troll talk has nothing to do with comparing the
benefits of Linux to other operating systems. Instead, it is a
personal negative character attack as an accusation against
participants in this forum. These type accusations with
insulting terms such as "hypocrite", "you make your money with
Windows", constant begging for other people to do you[r] R&D
ostensibly for you to 'share' in their research for free", are
not comparisons of the benefits of Linux. Per
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote]
1.4 The Charter of comp.os.linux.advocacy
For discussion of the benefits of Linux compared to other
operating systems.
Does your motorcycle run on Linux? So why were you talking about it here on
comp.os.linux.advocacy?
Post by High Plains Thumper
That single sentence is the one and only charter of the
newsgroup comp.os.linux.advocacy. The newsgroup's charter is for
the newsgroup as a place for supporters of Linux to gather to
discuss Linux, for the betterment of the Linux community and the
promotion and development of Linux.
All I want to know is when you creepy-crawlers are going to quit posting
off-topic insults about Windows in most of your posts?
Post by High Plains Thumper
It supports this as a place
for those who would like to learn more about Linux to come to
learn from those who know Linux. It does not call for it to be a
place where the anti-Linux propagandists to gather in order to
discredit Linux.
[/quote]
The worst hypocrite is the one who is accusing Linux advocacy
forum posters of hypocrisy.
The worst hypocrite is the Linux "advocate*" who makes his living with
Windows by day, but comes to a Linux "advocacy" newsgroup not to advocate
Linux, but to insult Windows by night.

Whoops... that's nearly every single "advocate*" here!
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 05:22:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by DFS
The worst hypocrite is the Linux "advocate*" who makes his living with
Windows by day, but comes to a Linux "advocacy" newsgroup not to advocate
Linux, but to insult Windows by night.
Whoops... that's nearly every single "advocate*" here!
Yes, I have seen a couple people like them, while doing some .NET
contracts -- full time employees at the sites. Young programmers that
are letting MS and .NET put food on the table. And they are using Linux
at home and tired to talk trash to me about MS.

I told the *clowns* to look around and see what was putting the food on
the table, and it wasn't Linux.

They didn't open their mouths to me again.
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-20 11:46:09 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by DFS
The worst hypocrite is the Linux "advocate*" who makes his
living with Windows by day, but comes to a Linux "advocacy"
newsgroup not to advocate Linux, but to insult Windows by
night.
Whoops... that's nearly every single "advocate*" here!
Yes, I have seen a couple people like them, while doing some
.NET contracts -- full time employees at the sites. Young
programmers that are letting MS and .NET put food on the
table. And they are using Linux at home and tired to talk
trash to me about MS.
I told the *clowns* to look around and see what was putting
the food on the table, and it wasn't Linux.
They didn't open their mouths to me again.
http://www.tigerdirect.com

Type "Linux" and click [SEARCH] :

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/search.asp?keywords=linux&searchbtn.x=0&searchbtn.y=0

or http://tinyurl.com/59bhay

[quote]
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N270 1.60GHz, 802.11b/g Wireless, 512MB DDR2, 8GB SSD, 8.9"
WSVGA, Integrated Webcam, Linpus Linux Lite
Empower yourself with the incredibly light yet remarkably
productive Acer Aspire One – the new thin & light notebook that
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2. Acer Aspire One AOA110-1295 Refurbished Netbook - Intel Atom™
Processor N270 1.60GHz, 802.11b/g Wireless, 512MB DDR2, 8GB SSD,
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3. Asus Eee PC 900 - Intel Mobile CPU, 802.11b/g Wireless, 1GB
DDR2, 16GB SSD, 8.9" WSVGA, Integrated Webcam, Linux (Pearl White)
You demanded it. We have it! The new 8.9-inch, 2.18-pound Asus
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4. Asus Eee PC 900 - Intel Mobile CPU, 802.11b/g Wireless, 1GB
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8. Asus Eee PC 900 - Intel Mobile CPU, 802.11b/g Wireless, 1GB
DDR2, 20GB SSD, 8.9" WSVGA, Integrated Webcam, Linux (Pearl White)
You demanded it. We have it! The new 8.9-inch, 2.18-pound Asus
Eee PC 900. It’s easy to learn, work and play when you own an
Asus Eee PC 900.

Related Products in Category: New
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$499.99*

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802.11b/g/n Wireless, 1GB DDR2, 40GB SSD, 10" WSVGA, Webcam,
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the goods. That’s not the case with our new Asus Eee PC 1000.

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[1] 2 3 4 5 .... 11 NEXT> LAST>>
[/quote]

Someone's eating, and it is not Microsoft.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-20 09:15:59 UTC
Permalink
Post by DFS
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by DFS
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows
how to click a Windows button and send a job to the
printer.
A wintroll in a linux advocacy group calling a linux
advocate a hypocrite. Priceless.
It is not being a hypocrite to disagree. it is being a
hypocrite, like you for example, for espousing LInux while
you make your money with Windows. In addition your
constant begging for other people to do you R&D ostensibly
for you to "share" in their research for free. Hypocrite.
I bet you dont print them free menu cards or whatever you
do.
This type troll talk has nothing to do with comparing the
benefits of Linux to other operating systems. Instead, it
is a personal negative character attack as an accusation
against participants in this forum. These type accusations
with insulting terms such as "hypocrite", "you make your
money with Windows", constant begging for other people to do
you[r] R&D ostensibly for you to 'share' in their research
for free", are not comparisons of the benefits of Linux.
Per
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote] 1.4 The Charter of comp.os.linux.advocacy
For discussion of the benefits of Linux compared to other
operating systems.
Does your motorcycle run on Linux? So why were you talking
about it here on comp.os.linux.advocacy?
This troll has a problem with both arrogance and illiteracy.
Post by DFS
Post by High Plains Thumper
That single sentence is the one and only charter of the
newsgroup comp.os.linux.advocacy. The newsgroup's charter is
for the newsgroup as a place for supporters of Linux to
gather to discuss Linux, for the betterment of the Linux
community and the promotion and development of Linux.
Demonstrating an ability to read and respect the "rules", this
troll is not here to support the supporters of Linux, nor is here
for the betterment of the Linux community, nor is here for the
promotion and development of Linux.
Post by DFS
All I want to know is when you creepy-crawlers are going to
quit posting off-topic insults about Windows in most of your
posts?
This troll has no respect for the poster, using insulting
language. This is an example of:

http://www.hyphenologist.co.uk/killfile/anti_troll_faq.htm

[quote] Subject: 3.4 The nasty Troll

If anyone does anything which will interfere with the troll's
ability to cause mayhem, they can become very nasty, posting from
obviously incorrect variations of the name etc. insults, call
them netcops, netnannies, homosexuals. [/quote]

also

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/

[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics [...]

[3.] Put your opponent off guard by insulting him. The liberal
use of profanity and vulgarisms can be very effective,
particularly when used against you more dignified opponents. Your
experience as a school yard bully can be handy here. [/quote]
Post by DFS
Post by High Plains Thumper
It supports this as a place for those who would like to
learn more about Linux to come to learn from those who know
Linux. It does not call for it to be a place where the
anti-Linux propagandists to gather in order to discredit
Linux. [/quote]
The worst hypocrite is the one who is accusing Linux
advocacy forum posters of hypocrisy.
The worst hypocrite is the Linux "advocate*" who makes his
living with Windows by day, but comes to a Linux "advocacy"
newsgroup not to advocate Linux, but to insult Windows by
night.
Whoops... that's nearly every single "advocate*" here!
There is no whoops. This type talk of accusations is not
intented for intelligible discussions of comparing the benefits
of Linux to other operating systems, but is only intended to
disrupt and discourage posting in this forum.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Moshe Goldfarb.
2008-10-20 15:00:41 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by DFS
Does your motorcycle run on Linux? So why were you talking
about it here on comp.os.linux.advocacy?
This troll has a problem with both arrogance and illiteracy.
He asked you a simple question which you seem to have exempted yourself
from answering.

And for that matter, how much of Roy's patent crap has to do with the
discussion of Linux vs other operating systems?
It doesn't.

You guys are far more off topic than we are.
--
Moshe Goldfarb
Collector of soaps from around the globe.
Please visit The Hall of Linux Idiots:
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/
Please Visit www.linsux.org
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 15:36:54 UTC
Permalink
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
You guys are far more off topic than we are.
You are mental. This is a linux advocacy group. You may not like linux,
you may think it is crap, but this is the right place for those of us
who see value in linux to talk about it.
Hadron
2008-10-20 15:56:38 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
You guys are far more off topic than we are.
You are mental. This is a linux advocacy group. You may not like
linux, you may think it is crap, but this is the right place for those
of us who see value in linux to talk about it.
Now, you get denser with every post. So where does talking about motor
bikes fit in? Or about Microsoft even (although there is a tenuous
link)?
--
"Off the top of my head, I can't tell you which sites. They are ones that
throw up some kind of dialog, I change the user agent and look at them
again, then move on."
-- Rick <***@nomail.com> telling lies in comp.os.linux.advocacy
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 19:26:09 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
You guys are far more off topic than we are.
You are mental. This is a linux advocacy group. You may not like
linux, you may think it is crap, but this is the right place for those
of us who see value in linux to talk about it.
Now, you get denser with every post. So where does talking about motor
bikes fit in? Or about Microsoft even (although there is a tenuous
link)?
Oh look Hardon's circle jerking with one of his fellow trolls again.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 19:39:43 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
You guys are far more off topic than we are.
You are mental. This is a linux advocacy group. You may not like
linux, you may think it is crap, but this is the right place for those
of us who see value in linux to talk about it.
Now, you get denser with every post. So where does talking about motor
bikes fit in? Or about Microsoft even (although there is a tenuous
link)?
Oh look Hardon's circle jerking with one of his fellow trolls again.
What do you call yourself doing when you cozy up to a Linux Pimp's behind?
Hadron
2008-10-20 20:32:55 UTC
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Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
You guys are far more off topic than we are.
You are mental. This is a linux advocacy group. You may not like
linux, you may think it is crap, but this is the right place for those
of us who see value in linux to talk about it.
Now, you get denser with every post. So where does talking about motor
bikes fit in? Or about Microsoft even (although there is a tenuous
link)?
Oh look Hardon's circle jerking with one of his fellow trolls again.
I was replying to you. I know you find it impossible follow a thread but
please try.
--
"It's perhaps inevitable that some professionals would paint their status
as being somehow superior to those of the amateurs, after all, they're
trying to get paid."
-- Mark Kent <***@demon.co.uk> mouthing off in comp.os.linux.advocacy, comp.sys.mac.advocacy, comp.unix.solaris
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 20:41:53 UTC
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Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
You guys are far more off topic than we are.
You are mental. This is a linux advocacy group. You may not like
linux, you may think it is crap, but this is the right place for those
of us who see value in linux to talk about it.
Now, you get denser with every post. So where does talking about motor
bikes fit in? Or about Microsoft even (although there is a tenuous
link)?
Oh look Hardon's circle jerking with one of his fellow trolls again.
I was replying to you. I know you find it impossible follow a thread but
please try.
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft. But
of course you already knew that.
Hadron
2008-10-20 20:56:53 UTC
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Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
You guys are far more off topic than we are.
You are mental. This is a linux advocacy group. You may not like
linux, you may think it is crap, but this is the right place for those
of us who see value in linux to talk about it.
Now, you get denser with every post. So where does talking about motor
bikes fit in? Or about Microsoft even (although there is a tenuous
link)?
Oh look Hardon's circle jerking with one of his fellow trolls again.
I was replying to you. I know you find it impossible follow a thread but
please try.
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft. But
of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.

You get denser with every post. Do TRY and follow a thread.
--
"Asshole - you just started this thread to give you a few more opportunities
to show off what an unmitigated prick you are."
-- Tattoo Vampire <***@this.computer> in comp.os.linux.advocacy
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 21:05:10 UTC
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Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft. But
of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Hadron
2008-10-20 21:29:30 UTC
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Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft. But
of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Incredible. Talking to you, it as if someone has taken a human and
replaced his brain with a lump of rabbit excrement.

Try not snipping and FOLLOW the thread for a change. It does take a
modicum of intelligence. So ask someone like Peter to hold your hand
and explain how a thread works. You might find it illuminating.
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 21:30:51 UTC
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Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft. But
of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Incredible. Talking to you, it as if someone has taken a human and
replaced his brain with a lump of rabbit excrement.
Try not snipping and FOLLOW the thread for a change. It does take a
modicum of intelligence. So ask someone like Peter to hold your hand
and explain how a thread works. You might find it illuminating.
Bleh. You're an idiot. Ask a question the three posts later ignore that
you asked it. And then accuse everyone else of not following along in
the thread.
Hadron
2008-10-20 21:34:04 UTC
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Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft. But
of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Incredible. Talking to you, it as if someone has taken a human and
replaced his brain with a lump of rabbit excrement.
Try not snipping and FOLLOW the thread for a change. It does take a
modicum of intelligence. So ask someone like Peter to hold your hand
and explain how a thread works. You might find it illuminating.
Bleh. You're an idiot. Ask a question the three posts later ignore
that you asked it. And then accuse everyone else of not following
along in the thread.
Everyone? You. The man who keeps snipping.

Here's a hint "Phil" - I asked you because of your double standards.

Do TRY and keep up. if you stopped snipping hoping I will forget the
thread you are mistaken. Gnus has a very good thread manager. And I tend
to mark threads of "interest" so nothing expires. The power of Gnus. You
would not understand since you probably use OE.

Consider yourself *spanked* once more.
--
"Vista actually requires more ram than a 32bit cpu can
address."
-- A Z Nomad in comp.os.linux.advocacy
Peter Köhlmann
2008-10-20 21:50:25 UTC
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Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft.
But of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Incredible. Talking to you, it as if someone has taken a human and
replaced his brain with a lump of rabbit excrement.
Try not snipping and FOLLOW the thread for a change. It does take a
modicum of intelligence. So ask someone like Peter to hold your hand
and explain how a thread works. You might find it illuminating.
Bleh. You're an idiot. Ask a question the three posts later ignore
that you asked it. And then accuse everyone else of not following
along in the thread.
Everyone? You. The man who keeps snipping.
Here's a hint "Phil" - I asked you because of your double standards.
Do TRY and keep up. if you stopped snipping hoping I will forget the
thread you are mistaken. Gnus has a very good thread manager. And I tend
to mark threads of "interest" so nothing expires. The power of Gnus. You
would not understand since you probably use OE.
Consider yourself *spanked* once more.
Yup. *This* from the very same Hadron Quark who can't correctly attribute
(he pretends to use Gnus) and then blames the person he mistakes.

Yes, this sounds somewhat correctly. It sounds and smells of the incompetent
lying twit Hadron Quark.
And when once *again* shown for the idiotic twit he really is, he considers
someone else as "spanked". Or "educated". Or "corrected"

Pray tell, Hadron Quark, is there some glory in trying to be another Snot
Michael Glasser?
--
Law of Probable Dispersal:
Whatever it is that hits the fan will not be evenly distributed.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 22:04:23 UTC
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Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft.
But of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Incredible. Talking to you, it as if someone has taken a human and
replaced his brain with a lump of rabbit excrement.
Try not snipping and FOLLOW the thread for a change. It does take a
modicum of intelligence. So ask someone like Peter to hold your hand
and explain how a thread works. You might find it illuminating.
Bleh. You're an idiot. Ask a question the three posts later ignore
that you asked it. And then accuse everyone else of not following
along in the thread.
Everyone? You. The man who keeps snipping.
Here's a hint "Phil" - I asked you because of your double standards.
Yup. *This* from the very same Hadron Quark who can't correctly attribute
(he pretends to use Gnus) and then blames the person he mistakes.
Yes, this sounds somewhat correctly. It sounds and smells of the incompetent
lying twit Hadron Quark.
And when once *again* shown for the idiotic twit he really is, he considers
someone else as "spanked". Or "educated". Or "corrected"
Pray tell, Hadron Quark, is there some glory in trying to be another Snot
Michael Glasser?
You two bit Linux-Pimp mutt it would be one thing if he was replying to
your dumb behind. He is not even replying to you dummy. As a matter of
fact, neither one of them even seem to notice you as they go one on one.

Pull your panties up Petey and tuck it in. No wonder you have a link up
about you. You are a piece of crap.
Hadron
2008-10-20 23:00:52 UTC
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Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft.
But of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Incredible. Talking to you, it as if someone has taken a human and
replaced his brain with a lump of rabbit excrement.
Try not snipping and FOLLOW the thread for a change. It does take a
modicum of intelligence. So ask someone like Peter to hold your hand
and explain how a thread works. You might find it illuminating.
Bleh. You're an idiot. Ask a question the three posts later ignore
that you asked it. And then accuse everyone else of not following
along in the thread.
Everyone? You. The man who keeps snipping.
Here's a hint "Phil" - I asked you because of your double standards.
Yup. *This* from the very same Hadron Quark who can't correctly attribute
(he pretends to use Gnus) and then blames the person he mistakes.
Liar.

Why would I pretend to use Gnus? You are insane man. Why would I pretend
to use Debian? You are crackers. Out and out loco. Why are you and Marti
so impressed? Because its not some little girls app like Knode and takes
some skill to configure and operate? Gnus is far and away the most
powerful email and news client out there IMO and so was worth the time
investment. And the considerable amount of time I spent feeding back to
various emacs applications to get better integration. But you never
contributed to OSS in your life so you have no clue. You are a closed
source Windows SW Developer and therefore a hypocrite to boot.

Phil Da Tard is famous for having the attention span of a gold fish. It
is not a surprise that you come riding in to shill him when he loses
again.

Tell me, how much of YOUR R&D do you release for FREE for your
competitors to use? Did you ask Phil Da 'Tard about his views on that?
Apparently, when he's not arranging letters on wooden frsmes to print
the parish mag, he's of the opinion that all R&D should be given away for
free. Do YOU agree with that Peter? Do tell. Do you?
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Yes, this sounds somewhat correctly. It sounds and smells of the incompetent
lying twit Hadron Quark.
And when once *again* shown for the idiotic twit he really is, he considers
someone else as "spanked". Or "educated". Or "corrected"
Pray tell, Hadron Quark, is there some glory in trying to be another Snot
Michael Glasser?
You two bit Linux-Pimp mutt it would be one thing if he was replying
to your dumb behind. He is not even replying to you dummy. As a matter
of fact, neither one of them even seem to notice you as they go one on
one.
Pull your panties up Petey and tuck it in. No wonder you have a link
up about you. You are a piece of crap.
--
"Nice to know I live in your head, bitch."
-- Tattoo Vampire <***@this.computer> in comp.os.linux.advocacy
William Poaster
2008-10-20 22:41:35 UTC
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Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft.
But of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Incredible. Talking to you, it as if someone has taken a human and
replaced his brain with a lump of rabbit excrement.
Try not snipping and FOLLOW the thread for a change. It does take a
modicum of intelligence. So ask someone like Peter to hold your hand
and explain how a thread works. You might find it illuminating.
Bleh. You're an idiot. Ask a question the three posts later ignore
that you asked it. And then accuse everyone else of not following
along in the thread.
Everyone? You. The man who keeps snipping.
Here's a hint "Phil" - I asked you because of your double standards.
Do TRY and keep up. if you stopped snipping hoping I will forget the
thread you are mistaken. Gnus has a very good thread manager. And I tend
to mark threads of "interest" so nothing expires. The power of Gnus. You
would not understand since you probably use OE.
Consider yourself *spanked* once more.
Yup. *This* from the very same Hadron Quark who can't correctly attribute
(he pretends to use Gnus) and then blames the person he mistakes.
Oh, Quack's done that on more than one occasion, & not just in this group.
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Yes, this sounds somewhat correctly. It sounds and smells of the incompetent
lying twit Hadron Quark.
And when once *again* shown for the idiotic twit he really is, he considers
someone else as "spanked". Or "educated". Or "corrected"
Naturally, he's a deluded troll. Dunno wtf he's smoking, but it sure
addled his "brain".
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Pray tell, Hadron Quark, is there some glory in trying to be another Snot
Michael Glasser?
--
Did you know?
Hadron Quack & his wife divorced over religious differences.
He thought he was God, but she didn't.
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-21 08:51:09 UTC
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Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft. But
of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Incredible. Talking to you, it as if someone has taken a human and
replaced his brain with a lump of rabbit excrement.
Try not snipping and FOLLOW the thread for a change. It does take a
modicum of intelligence. So ask someone like Peter to hold your hand
and explain how a thread works. You might find it illuminating.
Bleh. You're an idiot. Ask a question the three posts later ignore
that you asked it. And then accuse everyone else of not following
along in the thread.
Everyone? You. The man who keeps snipping.
Here's a hint "Phil" - I asked you because of your double standards.
Do TRY and keep up. if you stopped snipping hoping I will forget the
thread you are mistaken. Gnus has a very good thread manager. And I tend
to mark threads of "interest" so nothing expires. The power of Gnus. You
would not understand since you probably use OE.
Consider yourself *spanked* once more.
No attempt to adress your U-turn again.

Peter Köhlmann
2008-10-20 21:34:38 UTC
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Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Except of course I wasn't talking about motor bikes. Or microsoft. But
of course you already knew that.
No one said YOU were.
So why ask me about motorbikes and microsoft then you fucking retard?
Incredible. Talking to you, it as if someone has taken a human and
replaced his brain with a lump of rabbit excrement.
Well, he has a point. He did not talk about motorbikes or MS in the thread.
*You* did. While talking to him
Post by Hadron
Try not snipping and FOLLOW the thread for a change.
Well, *you* snip. And you are obviously unable to follow what he posts. Kind
of like a mini-Snot Glasser. Extremely dense
Post by Hadron
It does take a modicum of intelligence.
I gathered that much. You very obviously lack that "modicum" by quite some
margin
Post by Hadron
So ask someone like Peter to hold your hand
and explain how a thread works. You might find it illuminating.
Why should he ask, me or anybody else for that matter?
*He* obviously knows. You, on the other hand, seem particularly unable to
attribute correctly
--
You're genuinely bogus.
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-20 23:51:05 UTC
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Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by DFS
Does your motorcycle run on Linux? So why were you
talking about it here on comp.os.linux.advocacy?
This troll has a problem with both arrogance and illiteracy.
He asked you a simple question which you seem to have exempted
yourself from answering.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/

[quote]
1.4 The Charter of comp.os.linux.advocacy

The charter of comp.os.linux.advocacy is:

For discussion of the benefits of Linux compared to other
operating systems.

That single sentence is the one and only charter of the
newsgroup comp.os.linux.advocacy. The newsgroup's charter is for
the newsgroup as a place for supporters of Linux to gather to
discuss Linux, for the betterment of the Linux community and the
promotion and development of Linux. It supports this as a place
for those who would like to learn more about Linux to come to
learn from those who know Linux. It does not call for it to be a
place where the anti-Linux propagandists to gather in order to
discredit Linux.
[/quote]

Discussion was a part of Linux advocacy camaraderie. In an
unmoderated forum, such discussion of friendship is permissible
as long as most of the forum participants (minus trolls) are in
agreement.
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
And for that matter, how much of Roy's patent crap has to do
with the discussion of Linux vs other operating systems? It
doesn't.
You guys are far more off topic than we are.
Otherwise, such discussion as:

http://groups.google.com/group/comp.os.linux.advocacy/msg/544754b4f96c2add

[quote]
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.advocacy
From: "DFS" <***@dfs_.com>
Date: Sun, 5 Oct 2008 20:09:18 -0400
Message-ID: <azcGk.58833$***@bignews9.bellsouth.net>
Subject: Re: [News] [Rival] Vista at 4% in Businesses After
Almost 2 years
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
BTW I am heading down your way in November...
How's the gas crunch?
Last time I was there it was the water crunch...
Over the last couple weeks, I'd say at 25% of stations have no
gas at any given time, so no real hardship. Prices are $3.80 to
$4.00 for regular unleaded.

As far as I know we (Gwinnett County) are still under an outdoor
watering ban.

Plenty of beer down here, though! I'm having a Tsingtao Lager
later tonight.
[/quote]

would have been considered as off-topic. However, I know of no
Linux advocate that called it as such.

Problem is both Moshe and DFS seem to have an inability to carry
on a decent conversation without providing an insulting barb.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
DFS
2008-10-21 02:18:14 UTC
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Post by High Plains Thumper
Discussion was a part of Linux advocacy camaraderie. In an
unmoderated forum, such discussion of friendship is permissible
as long as most of the forum participants (minus trolls) are in
agreement.
ha!

You're such a lamer hypocrite weenie, HPT. You think you can justify
anything you or the "advocates*" say, no matter how off-topic or insulting,
is OK, but your mealy-mouth retorts are just sad.
Post by High Plains Thumper
Problem is both Moshe and DFS seem to have an inability to carry
on a decent conversation without providing an insulting barb.
That's because most Linux "advocates*" are lying, insulting assholes.
William Poaster
2008-10-20 10:15:25 UTC
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Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by DFS
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to
click a Windows button and send a job to the printer.
A wintroll in a linux advocacy group calling a linux
advocate a hypocrite. Priceless.
It is not being a hypocrite to disagree. it is being a
hypocrite, like you for example, for espousing LInux while you
make your money with Windows. In addition your constant
begging for other people to do you R&D ostensibly for you to
"share" in their research for free. Hypocrite. I bet you dont
print them free menu cards or whatever you do.
This type troll talk has nothing to do with comparing the
benefits of Linux to other operating systems. Instead, it is a
personal negative character attack as an accusation against
participants in this forum. These type accusations with
insulting terms such as "hypocrite", "you make your money with
Windows", constant begging for other people to do you[r] R&D
ostensibly for you to 'share' in their research for free", are
not comparisons of the benefits of Linux. Per
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote]
1.4 The Charter of comp.os.linux.advocacy
For discussion of the benefits of Linux compared to other
operating systems.
That single sentence is the one and only charter of the
newsgroup comp.os.linux.advocacy. The newsgroup's charter is for
the newsgroup as a place for supporters of Linux to gather to
discuss Linux, for the betterment of the Linux community and the
promotion and development of Linux. It supports this as a place
for those who would like to learn more about Linux to come to
learn from those who know Linux. It does not call for it to be a
place where the anti-Linux propagandists to gather in order to
discredit Linux.
[/quote]
The worst hypocrite is the one who is accusing Linux advocacy
forum posters of hypocrisy.
Another stupid statement from Quack.
According to his "logic", people who work in a Rolls-Royce car factory
should *only* drive Rolls-Royce cars. Why? Because they earn their
living building Rolls-Royce cars. So they shouldn't be allowed to drive
anything else!

Something about "straw", "man" & "argument" comes to mind.
--
Did you know?
Hadron Quack & his wife divorced over religious differences.
He thought he was God, but she didn't.
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 08:42:44 UTC
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Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a
Windows button and send a job to the printer.
A wintroll in a linux advocacy group calling a linux advocate a
hypocrite. Priceless.
It is not being a hypocrite to disagree. it is being a hypocrite, like
No it is not. It is being a hyprocrite to do nothing but troll.

<snip the rest of your dribblings>
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 12:18:29 UTC
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Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Hadron
It is not being a hypocrite to disagree. it is being a hypocrite, like
No it is not. It is being a hyprocrite to do nothing but troll.
<snipped>

No one cares Linux-Pimp-Licky.
Tattoo Vampire
2008-10-21 02:56:50 UTC
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No
BORING

PLONK
--
Regards,
[tv]

...So many books; So little time.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 18:08:51 UTC
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Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a
Windows button and send a job to the printer.
A wintroll in a linux advocacy group calling a linux advocate a
hypocrite. Priceless.
Well what do you call it when you talk about MS like a dog, but you're
still using MS. It's kind of hypercritical, don't think?
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 08:44:05 UTC
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Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by DFS
Post by Identity
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
What about you? You're no bed of roses that I have seen, make believe
IT director at a printing press.
Don't talk about Hyp Da Crite! like that. He knows how to click a
Windows button and send a job to the printer.
A wintroll in a linux advocacy group calling a linux advocate a
hypocrite. Priceless.
Well what do you call it when you talk about MS like a dog, but you're
still using MS. It's kind of hypercritical, don't think?
No. MS is not a religion. Neither is linux. However I do use both and
therefore have a valid opinion to express on both. Wintrolls who have no
interest or usage of linux and come here to cause trouble are hypocrites.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 12:16:52 UTC
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Post by Phil Da Lick!
No. MS is not a religion. Neither is linux. However I do use both and
therefore have a valid opinion to express on both. Wintrolls who have no
interest or usage of linux and come here to cause trouble are hypocrites.
No one cares Linux-Pimp-Licky.
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 12:47:24 UTC
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Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Phil Da Lick!
No. MS is not a religion. Neither is linux. However I do use both and
therefore have a valid opinion to express on both. Wintrolls who have
no interest or usage of linux and come here to cause trouble are
hypocrites.
No one cares Linux-Pimp-Licky.
Says me stalker of the week. Grow up.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 12:59:22 UTC
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Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Phil Da Lick!
No. MS is not a religion. Neither is linux. However I do use both and
therefore have a valid opinion to express on both. Wintrolls who have
no interest or usage of linux and come here to cause trouble are
hypocrites.
No one cares Linux-Pimp-Licky.
Says me stalker of the week. Grow up.
You started it you moron when you barked your "I am a Legend" and "I am
a fake IT director" mouth off there a couple days ago in the thread.

Why don't you grow-up and stop barking like a rabid Linux-Pimp mutt dog
every time someone looks around, Linux-Pimp-Licky you lapdog mutt?
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 14:36:25 UTC
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Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Phil Da Lick!
No. MS is not a religion. Neither is linux. However I do use both
and therefore have a valid opinion to express on both. Wintrolls who
have no interest or usage of linux and come here to cause trouble
are hypocrites.
No one cares Linux-Pimp-Licky.
Says me stalker of the week. Grow up.
You started it you moron when you barked your "I am a Legend" and "I am
a fake IT director" mouth off there a couple days ago in the thread.
Why don't you grow-up and stop barking like a rabid Linux-Pimp mutt dog
every time someone looks around, Linux-Pimp-Licky you lapdog mutt?
Lame. You need help.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 14:40:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Phil Da Lick!
No. MS is not a religion. Neither is linux. However I do use both
and therefore have a valid opinion to express on both. Wintrolls
who have no interest or usage of linux and come here to cause
trouble are hypocrites.
No one cares Linux-Pimp-Licky.
Says me stalker of the week. Grow up.
You started it you moron when you barked your "I am a Legend" and "I
am a fake IT director" mouth off there a couple days ago in the thread.
Why don't you grow-up and stop barking like a rabid Linux-Pimp mutt
dog every time someone looks around, Linux-Pimp-Licky you lapdog mutt?
Lame. You need help.
What, you can say it and it's not lame?

Get out of here IT director at a printing press pushing a Windows
button. That's about as critical as it's going to get for you
Linux-Da-Pimp-Licky. You got to print it first.
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 14:42:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Get out of here
You first trollboy. I've got a reason to be here. You're just a waste of
space.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 14:43:58 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Linux Pimps
Get out of here
You first trollboy. I've got a reason to be here. You're just a waste of
space.
You are stupid. It means get out of face with your nonsense. Where are
you from boy?
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 14:46:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
It means
Not a lot.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 14:51:12 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Linux Pimps
It means
Not a lot.
You don't mean anything either IT director boy. You don't mean a whole
lot boy. You're small fish in the pound, a toss back. :-P

What you got is a lot of lip services.

<see ya>
Moshe Goldfarb.
2008-10-20 15:02:34 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
No. MS is not a religion. Neither is linux. However I do use both and
therefore have a valid opinion to express on both. Wintrolls who have no
interest or usage of linux and come here to cause trouble are hypocrites.
Some people feel that Linux is a cult.
Kind of like a splinter group of Moonies.

Now where did that Hale Bopp comet disappear to???
--
Moshe Goldfarb
Collector of soaps from around the globe.
Please visit The Hall of Linux Idiots:
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/
Please Visit www.linsux.org
Phil Da Lick!
2008-10-20 15:06:04 UTC
Permalink
Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
Post by Phil Da Lick!
No. MS is not a religion. Neither is linux. However I do use both and
therefore have a valid opinion to express on both. Wintrolls who have no
interest or usage of linux and come here to cause trouble are hypocrites.
Some people feel that Linux is a cult.
And some people just feel that its great software. Weird, huh?
Sinister Midget
2008-10-17 14:35:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Identity
I don't believe you.
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
Does he really have to choose?
--
Microsoft is not the answer. Microsoft is the question.
The answer is NO!
Identity
2008-10-17 15:15:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sinister Midget
Post by Phil Da Lick!
Post by Identity
I don't believe you.
Thats because you're lying or stupid.
Does he really have to choose?
The littlest ass-hold strikes again,
Richard Rasker
2008-10-17 13:53:05 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+% infection rate.
But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux, where the first confirmed
desktop infection in the wild still hasn't been reported.
I don't believe you.
Oh, I forgot, you're a Wintroll. You only believe Microsoft. OK, here ya go:

http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html


Richard Rasker
--
http://www.linetec.nl
Identity
2008-10-17 14:04:30 UTC
Permalink
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+% infection rate.
But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux, where the first confirmed
desktop infection in the wild still hasn't been reported.
I don't believe you.
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html
Oh I forgot, you're just another ass-hole. And I own and have used Suse
Linux.

I think I have supplied some links in the NG. I doubt that you have read
them. So guess what I am not going to do?

And you can take it anyway you like.
Chris Ahlstrom
2008-10-17 15:05:02 UTC
Permalink
After takin' a swig o' grog, Richard Rasker belched out
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
I don't believe you.
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html
Nah, Richard, that page dates back to 2006, which is so old that
Microsoft has scrubbed the data:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/d/e/3de2470b-ab9a-4a7f-b760-ee2421df294a/WindowsRemovalToolWP.doc

The page cannot be found
The page you are looking for might have been removed, had its name
changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
--
Real computer scientists don't write code. They occasionally tinker with
`programming systems', but those are so high level that they hardly count
(and rarely count accurately; precision is for applications).
Richard Rasker
2008-10-17 16:04:08 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
After takin' a swig o' grog, Richard Rasker belched out
Post by Identity
I don't believe you.
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Nah, Richard, that page dates back to 2006, which is so old that
http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/d/e/3de2470b-ab9a-4a7f-b760-ee2421df294a/WindowsRemovalToolWP.doc
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
The page cannot be found
The page you are looking for might have been removed, had its name
changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
Strange, it opens just fine here. But it was more of a tease-the-troll
excercise -- of course Microsoft will never say that 60% of their machines
is infected; here's the text:

"Microsoft today gave the world a rare -- albeit conservative -- glimpse of
its view on just how bad the virus and bot problem has gotten for Windows
users worldwide. The data comes from 15 months' worth of experience
scanning computers with its "malicious-software removal tool," a free
component that Microsoft offers Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows
Server 2003 users when they download security updates from Microsoft.

The tool has been run approximately 2.7 billion times by at least 270
million unique computers, leading to the removal of 16 million instances
of malicious software from 5.7 million unique Windows-based computers over
the past 15 months, Microsoft said. Sixty-two percent of those computers
had Trojan horse programs on them. "

So according to these figures, only two percent of computers were found to
be infected with malicious software. If this shows one thing, it's that
Microsoft can't build anti-malware worth a damn.

Here's a more realistic figure from a few years back:

http://blogs.zdnet.com/Spyware/?p=848

"During the second quarter of 2006, Webroot researchers found that 89
percent of consumer PCs were infected with an average of 30 pieces of
spyware"

Woops.

Richard Rasker
--
http://www.linetec.nl
Chris Ahlstrom
2008-10-17 16:08:42 UTC
Permalink
After takin' a swig o' grog, Richard Rasker belched out
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
After takin' a swig o' grog, Richard Rasker belched out
Post by Identity
I don't believe you.
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Nah, Richard, that page dates back to 2006, which is so old that
http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/d/e/3de2470b-ab9a-4a7f-b760-ee2421df294a/WindowsRemovalToolWP.doc
Strange, it opens just fine here.
I can't even wget it.
Post by Richard Rasker
The tool has been run approximately 2.7 billion times by at least 270
million unique computers, leading to the removal of 16 million instances
of malicious software from 5.7 million unique Windows-based computers over
the past 15 months, Microsoft said. Sixty-two percent of those computers
had Trojan horse programs on them. "
So according to these figures, only two percent of computers were found to
be infected with malicious software.
I don't get it. The paragraph you quote seems to present two
mutually-exclusive conclusions.
Post by Richard Rasker
http://blogs.zdnet.com/Spyware/?p=848
"During the second quarter of 2006, Webroot researchers found that 89
percent of consumer PCs were infected with an average of 30 pieces of
spyware"
Woops.
Woops:
--
By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.
Sinister Midget
2008-10-17 17:02:08 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
After takin' a swig o' grog, Richard Rasker belched out
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
After takin' a swig o' grog, Richard Rasker belched out
Post by Identity
I don't believe you.
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Nah, Richard, that page dates back to 2006, which is so old that
http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/d/e/3de2470b-ab9a-4a7f-b760-ee2421df294a/WindowsRemovalToolWP.doc
Strange, it opens just fine here.
I can't even wget it.
It's gettable here, too.
--
Ever noticed how fast Windows runs?
Me neither.
Richard Rasker
2008-10-17 19:20:38 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
After takin' a swig o' grog, Richard Rasker belched out
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
After takin' a swig o' grog, Richard Rasker belched out
Post by Identity
I don't believe you.
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Nah, Richard, that page dates back to 2006, which is so old that
http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/d/e/3de2470b-ab9a-4a7f-b760-ee2421df294a/WindowsRemovalToolWP.doc
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Richard Rasker
Strange, it opens just fine here.
I can't even wget it.
Perhaps there's a problem with the DNS server(s) of your ISP -- the only way
I can think of to find out more is to have wireshark sniff and log your
ethernet packets while you give a 'dig blog.washingtonpost.com' command.
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
Post by Richard Rasker
The tool has been run approximately 2.7 billion times by at least 270
million unique computers, leading to the removal of 16 million
instances of malicious software from 5.7 million unique Windows-based
computers over the past 15 months, Microsoft said. Sixty-two percent of
those computers had Trojan horse programs on them. "
So according to these figures, only two percent of computers were found
to be infected with malicious software.
I don't get it. The paragraph you quote seems to present two
mutually-exclusive conclusions.
Nah, it's just a bit confusing, what with percentages and absolute numbers
mixed up -- that's why I hoped the troll would bite.
What they apparently mean is this: Microsoft's crappy "malicious-software
removal tool" was run on 270 million computers, finding malware on 5.7
million of those; and 62% of those 5.7 million infections (i.e. some 3.5
million) were cases of Trojan Horses.

Richard Rasker
--
http://www.linetec.nl
Identity
2008-10-18 00:27:16 UTC
Permalink
Post by Richard Rasker
Nah, it's just a bit confusing, what with percentages and absolute numbers
mixed up -- that's why I hoped the troll would bite.
What they apparently mean is this: Microsoft's crappy "malicious-software
removal tool" was run on 270 million computers, finding malware on 5.7
million of those; and 62% of those 5.7 million infections (i.e. some 3.5
million) were cases of Trojan Horses.
You're just another ass-hole Linux-pimp tossing out dime a dozen
Amityville.Linux.Advocacy statistics.

They are fixed statistics I tell you fixed, and I don't believe them. Is
that not the usual Linux-pimp MO for this chicken-shit NG? :)

And you have still have not convinced anyone that Linux has not been or
is not being attacked in the wild, Linux-pimp.

This crap NG and you Linux-pimp *clowns* in it do need to take this
chicken-shit Amityville circus and vaudeville show/act on the road.
DFS
2008-10-18 03:28:47 UTC
Permalink
Post by Richard Rasker
What they apparently mean is this: Microsoft's crappy
"malicious-software removal tool" was run on 270 million computers,
finding malware on 5.7 million of those; and 62% of those 5.7 million
infections (i.e. some 3.5 million) were cases of Trojan Horses.
Of course you mean it's "crappy" because it doesn't reinforce the stupid
lies you lying cola lusers have been blabbing for years - that 50% of
Windows systems are infected.

Turns out the MSRT found malware on just 2.1% of the 270 million systems it
was applied to.

So I got'cher "viruses" here (DFS grabs crotch and gives Rasker and cola the
finger).


btw: here's my just-completed MSRT quick scan:
Loading Image...
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 05:37:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by DFS
Post by Richard Rasker
What they apparently mean is this: Microsoft's crappy
"malicious-software removal tool" was run on 270 million computers,
finding malware on 5.7 million of those; and 62% of those 5.7 million
infections (i.e. some 3.5 million) were cases of Trojan Horses.
Of course you mean it's "crappy" because it doesn't reinforce the stupid
lies you lying cola lusers have been blabbing for years - that 50% of
Windows systems are infected.
Turns out the MSRT found malware on just 2.1% of the 270 million systems it
was applied to.
So I got'cher "viruses" here (DFS grabs crotch and gives Rasker and cola the
finger).
http://www.angelfire.com/linux/dfs0/DFS_MSRT_scan_results.PNG
I wouldn't trust the statistics of some fool Linux-Pimp like Rasker as
far as I could toss a building somewhere.

All these Linux-Pimps, fools and clowns are playing themselves, playing
each other and have pimped themselves into some kind of a belief.

I would say the 3/4 of the crap that's being spewed in this NG, hell,
they can't even believe it themselves, but they have got to back each
other up. :-P

The list is long of those that are the Linux-Pimps.
Hadron
2008-10-18 12:57:26 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by DFS
Post by Richard Rasker
What they apparently mean is this: Microsoft's crappy
"malicious-software removal tool" was run on 270 million computers,
finding malware on 5.7 million of those; and 62% of those 5.7 million
infections (i.e. some 3.5 million) were cases of Trojan Horses.
Of course you mean it's "crappy" because it doesn't reinforce the
stupid lies you lying cola lusers have been blabbing for years -
that 50% of Windows systems are infected.
Turns out the MSRT found malware on just 2.1% of the 270 million
systems it was applied to.
So I got'cher "viruses" here (DFS grabs crotch and gives Rasker and
cola the finger).
http://www.angelfire.com/linux/dfs0/DFS_MSRT_scan_results.PNG
I wouldn't trust the statistics of some fool Linux-Pimp like Rasker as
far as I could toss a building somewhere.
Rasker has proved himself totally and utterly incompetent when it comes
to ANY form of statistical analysis. Using flawed numbers he applies
flawed algorithms to reach, well, a flawed result.

His inability to even go to Amazon, click on computers, then laptops
then "best selling" was a lesson to all involved at how little he should
be trusted. That combined with all the stories of foul mouthed women on
trains, friends with sons who are amazed at Linux and how he has
revitalised 3rd world PCs, which look like they were extras in
Waterworld, suggests that little, if anything, he posts can be trusted.
--
"Opening slide in movie: - Why Linux Sucks (4 Reasons) [no need to further explain, move along ....]"
-- High Plains Thumper <***@invalid.invalid.com> in comp.os.linux.advocacy
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 14:36:08 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by DFS
Post by Richard Rasker
What they apparently mean is this: Microsoft's crappy
"malicious-software removal tool" was run on 270 million computers,
finding malware on 5.7 million of those; and 62% of those 5.7 million
infections (i.e. some 3.5 million) were cases of Trojan Horses.
Of course you mean it's "crappy" because it doesn't reinforce the
stupid lies you lying cola lusers have been blabbing for years -
that 50% of Windows systems are infected.
Turns out the MSRT found malware on just 2.1% of the 270 million
systems it was applied to.
So I got'cher "viruses" here (DFS grabs crotch and gives Rasker and
cola the finger).
http://www.angelfire.com/linux/dfs0/DFS_MSRT_scan_results.PNG
I wouldn't trust the statistics of some fool Linux-Pimp like Rasker as
far as I could toss a building somewhere.
Rasker has proved himself totally and utterly incompetent when it comes
to ANY form of statistical analysis. Using flawed numbers he applies
flawed algorithms to reach, well, a flawed result.
His inability to even go to Amazon, click on computers, then laptops
then "best selling" was a lesson to all involved at how little he should
be trusted. That combined with all the stories of foul mouthed women on
trains, friends with sons who are amazed at Linux and how he has
revitalised 3rd world PCs, which look like they were extras in
Waterworld, suggests that little, if anything, he posts can be trusted.
Yes, he is a real pistol.
Peter Köhlmann
2008-10-18 14:42:31 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Hadron
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by DFS
Post by Richard Rasker
What they apparently mean is this: Microsoft's crappy
"malicious-software removal tool" was run on 270 million computers,
finding malware on 5.7 million of those; and 62% of those 5.7 million
infections (i.e. some 3.5 million) were cases of Trojan Horses.
Of course you mean it's "crappy" because it doesn't reinforce the
stupid lies you lying cola lusers have been blabbing for years -
that 50% of Windows systems are infected.
Turns out the MSRT found malware on just 2.1% of the 270 million
systems it was applied to.
So I got'cher "viruses" here (DFS grabs crotch and gives Rasker and
cola the finger).
http://www.angelfire.com/linux/dfs0/DFS_MSRT_scan_results.PNG
I wouldn't trust the statistics of some fool Linux-Pimp like Rasker as
far as I could toss a building somewhere.
Rasker has proved himself totally and utterly incompetent when it comes
to ANY form of statistical analysis. Using flawed numbers he applies
flawed algorithms to reach, well, a flawed result.
His inability to even go to Amazon, click on computers, then laptops
then "best selling" was a lesson to all involved at how little he should
be trusted. That combined with all the stories of foul mouthed women on
trains, friends with sons who are amazed at Linux and how he has
revitalised 3rd world PCs, which look like they were extras in
Waterworld, suggests that little, if anything, he posts can be trusted.
Yes, he is a real pistol.
Good thing that you support Hadron Quark. He absolutely needs the support
of "high experience people" like you, I am sure. After all, combined you
two would even outsmart a cockroach...
--
The two most common things in the universe are hydrogen and
stupidity
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 14:50:59 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Linux Pimps
Yes, he is a real pistol.
Good thing that you support Hadron Quark. He absolutely needs the support
of "high experience people" like you, I am sure. After all, combined you
two would even outsmart a cockroach...
Why are you Linux-Pimping me, pimp Petey the mutt? You couldn't find
your way out of paper sack if your head was covered with it.
Hadron
2008-10-18 14:53:27 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Hadron
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by DFS
Post by Richard Rasker
What they apparently mean is this: Microsoft's crappy
"malicious-software removal tool" was run on 270 million computers,
finding malware on 5.7 million of those; and 62% of those 5.7 million
infections (i.e. some 3.5 million) were cases of Trojan Horses.
Of course you mean it's "crappy" because it doesn't reinforce the
stupid lies you lying cola lusers have been blabbing for years -
that 50% of Windows systems are infected.
Turns out the MSRT found malware on just 2.1% of the 270 million
systems it was applied to.
So I got'cher "viruses" here (DFS grabs crotch and gives Rasker and
cola the finger).
http://www.angelfire.com/linux/dfs0/DFS_MSRT_scan_results.PNG
I wouldn't trust the statistics of some fool Linux-Pimp like Rasker as
far as I could toss a building somewhere.
Rasker has proved himself totally and utterly incompetent when it comes
to ANY form of statistical analysis. Using flawed numbers he applies
flawed algorithms to reach, well, a flawed result.
His inability to even go to Amazon, click on computers, then laptops
then "best selling" was a lesson to all involved at how little he should
be trusted. That combined with all the stories of foul mouthed women on
trains, friends with sons who are amazed at Linux and how he has
revitalised 3rd world PCs, which look like they were extras in
Waterworld, suggests that little, if anything, he posts can be trusted.
Yes, he is a real pistol.
Good thing that you support Hadron Quark. He absolutely needs the support
of "high experience people" like you, I am sure. After all, combined you
two would even outsmart a cockroach...
Not so much going on at the blind kid pistol whipping competition today
then Peter?
--
"It explains a lot. I've not heard of anyone I know, anywhere, buying XP,
and I've not seen it sold whilst I've been in any shops."
comp.os.linux.advocacy - where they put the lunacy in advocacy
Moshe Goldfarb.
2008-10-18 15:44:25 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by Hadron
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by DFS
Post by Richard Rasker
What they apparently mean is this: Microsoft's crappy
"malicious-software removal tool" was run on 270 million computers,
finding malware on 5.7 million of those; and 62% of those 5.7 million
infections (i.e. some 3.5 million) were cases of Trojan Horses.
Of course you mean it's "crappy" because it doesn't reinforce the
stupid lies you lying cola lusers have been blabbing for years -
that 50% of Windows systems are infected.
Turns out the MSRT found malware on just 2.1% of the 270 million
systems it was applied to.
So I got'cher "viruses" here (DFS grabs crotch and gives Rasker and
cola the finger).
http://www.angelfire.com/linux/dfs0/DFS_MSRT_scan_results.PNG
I wouldn't trust the statistics of some fool Linux-Pimp like Rasker as
far as I could toss a building somewhere.
Rasker has proved himself totally and utterly incompetent when it comes
to ANY form of statistical analysis. Using flawed numbers he applies
flawed algorithms to reach, well, a flawed result.
His inability to even go to Amazon, click on computers, then laptops
then "best selling" was a lesson to all involved at how little he should
be trusted. That combined with all the stories of foul mouthed women on
trains, friends with sons who are amazed at Linux and how he has
revitalised 3rd world PCs, which look like they were extras in
Waterworld, suggests that little, if anything, he posts can be trusted.
Yes, he is a real pistol.
Good thing that you support Hadron Quark. He absolutely needs the support
of "high experience people" like you, I am sure. After all, combined you
two would even outsmart a cockroach...
Not so much going on at the blind kid pistol whipping competition today
then Peter?
Hahahah!
Good one.

Peter got disqualified because he had a smudge on his boots and his bullets
were not in size order.
--
Moshe Goldfarb
Collector of soaps from around the globe.
Please visit The Hall of Linux Idiots:
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/
Please Visit www.linsux.org
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 01:20:30 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
After takin' a swig o' grog, Richard Rasker belched out
Post by Richard Rasker
Woops.
What we have here is two Linux-Pimps doing a fine job of pimping each other.
Identity
2008-10-17 17:20:09 UTC
Permalink
But it was more of a tease-the-troll excercise
You couldn't tease the hair on your nasty back.
http://blogs.zdnet.com/Spyware/?p=848
You can't get anything current, home user?
"During the second quarter of 2006, Webroot researchers found that 89
percent of consumer PCs were infected with an average of 30 pieces of
spyware"
Woops.
It's 2008 soon to be 2009 you moron. Is that asking too much of you when
you want to try and step to the plate -- swing for the fences, partner.
Richard Rasker
2008-10-18 00:02:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
But it was more of a tease-the-troll excercise
You couldn't tease the hair on your nasty back.
http://blogs.zdnet.com/Spyware/?p=848
You can't get anything current, home user?
I got all the current you'll ever need. Whaddyawant, 80 Amps? 250 Amps? 1kA?
Just confirm your order, your payment details, and your delivery address,
and I'll make sure all that current gets delivered to your home allright,
straight to your person.

Best regards,

Richard Rasker
--
http://www.linetec.nl
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 00:58:54 UTC
Permalink
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
But it was more of a tease-the-troll excercise
You couldn't tease the hair on your nasty back.
http://blogs.zdnet.com/Spyware/?p=848
You can't get anything current, home user?
I got all the current you'll ever need. Whaddyawant, 80 Amps? 250 Amps? 1kA?
Just confirm your order, your payment details, and your delivery address,
and I'll make sure all that current gets delivered to your home allright,
straight to your person.
Okay-dokey there you Linux-Pimp and believe me you're doing some fine
pimping I tell you, truly wonderful.
Identity
2008-10-17 15:30:31 UTC
Permalink
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+% infection rate.
But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux, where the first confirmed
desktop infection in the wild still hasn't been reported.
I don't believe you.
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html
Why you fucking ass-hole, you post a damn link in this chicken-shit NG
that doesn't work? And the fucking thing that I read by another ass-hole
is that link is from 2006.

Now, that I do believe, you fucking home user. I believe that you are an
idiot.

You bend over and smell your ass, because you stink to high heaven.
Peter Köhlmann
2008-10-17 16:43:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by Identity
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+% infection
rate. But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux, where the first
confirmed desktop infection in the wild still hasn't been reported.
I don't believe you.
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html
Post by Identity
Why you fucking ass-hole, you post a damn link in this chicken-shit NG
that doesn't work?
Well, maybe your MS "software" (others call it garbage) isn't up to specs?
The link works just fine

< snip more highly reasoned stuff (30 years of "experience") >
--
Meddle not in the affairs of Dragons, For thou art crunchy, and good
with ketchup!
Identity
2008-10-17 17:07:14 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Köhlmann
< snip more highly reasoned stuff (30 years of "experience") >
Let's talk about your damn family. How is that ho your daughter doing
ho-ing on campus?
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-17 23:51:45 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
<snip more highly reasoned stuff (30 years of "experience")>
Let's talk about your damn family. How is that ho your
daughter doing ho-ing on campus?
This is an example of:

http://www.hyphenologist.co.uk/killfile/anti_troll_faq.htm

[quote] Subject: 3.4 The nasty Troll

If anyone does anything which will interfere with the troll's
ability to cause mayhem, they can become very nasty, posting from
obviously incorrect variations of the name etc. insults, call
them netcops, netnannies, homosexuals. [/quote]

also

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/

[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics [...]

[3.] Put your opponent off guard by insulting him. The liberal
use of profanity and vulgarisms can be very effective,
particularly when used against you more dignified opponents. Your
experience as a school yard bully can be handy here. [/quote]
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Chris Ahlstrom
2008-10-18 00:11:10 UTC
Permalink
After takin' a swig o' grog, High Plains Thumper belched out
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Identity
Let's talk about your damn family. How is that ho your
daughter doing ho-ing on campus?
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics [...]
[3.] Put your opponent off guard by insulting him. The liberal
use of profanity and vulgarisms can be very effective,
particularly when used against you more dignified opponents. Your
experience as a school yard bully can be handy here. [/quote]
I don't think that applies to that stingless Bee fscker. Peter, a
dignified component? A suit target for intimidating invective?

Methinks The Bee would rather stir up a hornet's nest.
--
Parkinson's Fourth Law:
The number of people in any working group tends to increase
regardless of the amount of work to be done.
Chris Ahlstrom
2008-10-18 00:21:23 UTC
Permalink
After takin' a swig o' grog, Chris Ahlstrom belched out
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
I don't think that applies to that stingless Bee fscker. Peter, a
dignified component? A suit target for intimidating invective?
My god, I really fat-fingered that post. Corrected:

I don't think that applies to that stingless Bee fscker. Peter, a
dignified opponent? A suitable target for intimidating invective?

Disclaimer: no alcohol involved in the mistaken post.
--
I am two fools, I know, for loving, and for saying so.
-- John Donne
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 00:39:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
After takin' a swig o' grog, Chris Ahlstrom belched out
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
I don't think that applies to that stingless Bee fscker. Peter, a
dignified component? A suit target for intimidating invective?
I don't think that applies to that stingless Bee fscker. Peter, a
dignified opponent? A suitable target for intimidating invective?
Disclaimer: no alcohol involved in the mistaken post.
You're just a Linux-Pimp with pimp statictics.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 00:54:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris Ahlstrom
After takin' a swig o' grog, High Plains Thumper belched out
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Identity
Let's talk about your damn family. How is that ho your
daughter doing ho-ing on campus?
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics [...]
[3.] Put your opponent off guard by insulting him. The liberal
use of profanity and vulgarisms can be very effective,
particularly when used against you more dignified opponents. Your
experience as a school yard bully can be handy here. [/quote]
I don't think that applies to that stingless Bee fscker. Peter, a
dignified component? A suit target for intimidating invective?
Methinks The Bee would rather stir up a hornet's nest.
Why are you running around here pimping?
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 01:06:23 UTC
Permalink
High Plains Thumper wrote:

<snipped>

LOL, LOL and LOL, how long have you been posting it?

On one hand you are a Linux-Pimp. And the on the other hand, you troll
each other in the Amityville.Linux.Advocacy. You troll brainwash each
other.
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-20 09:39:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Identity
<snip more highly reasoned stuff (30 years of
"experience")>
Let's talk about your damn family. How is that ho your
daughter doing ho-ing on campus?
http://www.hyphenologist.co.uk/killfile/anti_troll_faq.htm
[quote] Subject: 3.4 The nasty Troll
If anyone does anything which will interfere with the
troll's ability to cause mayhem, they can become very nasty,
posting from obviously incorrect variations of the name etc.
insults, call them netcops, netnannies, homosexuals.
[/quote]
also
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics [...]
[3.] Put your opponent off guard by insulting him. The
liberal use of profanity and vulgarisms can be very
effective, particularly when used against you more dignified
opponents. Your experience as a school yard bully can be
handy here. [/quote]
<snipped> [ignored]
LOL, LOL and LOL, how long have you been posting it?
[quote]
[5.] Discredit your opponent or his position through the use
of inappropriate laugher and other non-verbal grunts.
[/quote]
On one hand you are a Linux-Pimp. And the on the other hand,
you troll each other in the Amityville.Linux.Advocacy. You
troll brainwash each other.
[quote]
[6.] When your tactics are turned on you, call your opponents
trolls. Do not accept the fact that by calling someone using
your tactics a troll that makes you the real troll.
[/quote]
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 12:11:39 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
[quote]
[6.] When your tactics are turned on you, call your opponents trolls.
Do not accept the fact that by calling someone using your tactics a
troll that makes you the real troll.
[/quote]
What we have here is a Linux-Pimp toting his little Linux-Pimps kit
around. This clown things there opponents and that everything is a contest.

<VBG>
owl
2008-10-18 00:27:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by Peter Köhlmann
< snip more highly reasoned stuff (30 years of "experience") >
Let's talk about your damn family. How is that ho your daughter doing
ho-ing on campus?
Your dad's got an awesome car:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZACZmyYF9GQ&feature=related

Maybe he'll let you have it when you get your license.
Identity
2008-10-18 00:35:42 UTC
Permalink
Post by owl
Post by Identity
Post by Peter Köhlmann
< snip more highly reasoned stuff (30 years of "experience") >
Let's talk about your damn family. How is that ho your daughter doing
ho-ing on campus?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZACZmyYF9GQ&feature=related
Maybe he'll let you have it when you get your license.
Oh, I see you are just another Linux-pimp.
William Poaster
2008-10-17 17:32:04 UTC
Permalink
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by Identity
Post by Identity
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+% infection
rate. But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux, where the first
confirmed desktop infection in the wild still hasn't been reported.
I don't believe you.
http://blog.washingtonpost.com/securityfix/2006/06/microsoft_releases_malware_sta.html
Post by Identity
Why you fucking ass-hole, you post a damn link in this chicken-shit NG
that doesn't work?
Well, maybe your MS "software" (others call it garbage) isn't up to specs?
The link works just fine
< snip more highly reasoned stuff (30 years of "experience") >
Yup, the link works ok. Duh-Inane Arnold f#cked up again, so what else is
new.
--
Did you know?
Hardon Quack & his wife divorced over religious differences.
He thought he was God, but she didn't.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 01:24:17 UTC
Permalink
William Poaster wrote:

<snipped>

It's a Linux-Pimp fly-by. William Rooster at his best, because he can't
face anyone like a real rooster. He has to do William Rooster fly-by(s).
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-18 06:25:19 UTC
Permalink
Post by Richard Rasker
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote] Vista laid low by new malware figures 27 percent of
PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece of
malware John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
OK, so Vista is more secure than XP, which boasts a 50+%
infection rate. But it's a wet paper bag compared to Linux,
where the first confirmed desktop infection in the wild still
hasn't been reported.
"Vista laid low" ---> substandard, i.e., no bragging rights.

Roughly 1 out of 4 instead of 1 out of 2. It was a counterpoint
to a troll's take about Vista security.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Chris Ahlstrom
2008-10-17 14:06:00 UTC
Permalink
After takin' a swig o' grog, High Plains Thumper belched out
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Identity
<http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc162458.aspx>
Address Space Load Randomization
The Windows Vista Address Space Load Randomization (ASLR)
feature makes it impossible for malware to know where APIs are
located by loading system DLLs and executables at a different
location every time the system boots. Early in the boot
process, the Memory Manager picks a random DLL image-load bias
from one of 256 64KB-aligned addresses in the 16MB region at
the top of the user-mode address space. As DLLs that have the
new dynamic-relocation flag in their image header load into a
process, the Memory Manager packs them into memory starting
at the image-load bias address and working its way down.
http://blog.didierstevens.com/2007/11/20/quickpost-another-funny-vista-trick-with-aslr/

Turns out it does work: you can disable ASLR for a given program,
like Internet Explorer. And WFP will not restore the file. But for
another reason than I thought: with Vista, WFP is actually called
Windows Resource Protection. And it works differently: files are
protected by Security Descriptors, and are not replaced automatically
when deleted or modified. So the neat trick of deleting a system-file
in Windows XP (like utilman.exe) only to see it reappear a couple of
seconds later, doesn't work anymore with Vista. Change the
Security Descriptor of the file in Vista (taking ownership and giving
you delete rights), delete the file, and it's gone. No
more resurrection.

http://erratasec.blogspot.com/2007/10/funny-vista-tricks-with-aslr.html

While doing alot of testing around the implementation of ASLR on both
OSX and Vista I noticed something odd. 3rd party dlls in the Internet
Explorer don't seem to change addresses. See the screenshot
below. Googletoolbar and flash9d stay at the same address through
multiple reboots. I thought this was odd.
Post by High Plains Thumper
Oh, yeah ....
http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php/id;128348660;fp;16;fpid;1
[quote]
Vista laid low by new malware figures
27 percent of PCs running Vista compromised by at least one piece
of malware
John E. Dunn (Techworld.com) 20/05/2008 07:15:10
It looks as if Vista's reputation for improved security could be
heading for the pages of history. ...
Lipstick on a pig.
--
Lord, defend me from my friends; I can account for my enemies.
-- Charles D'Hericault
Identity
2008-10-17 14:25:28 UTC
Permalink
Chris Ahlstrom wrote:

It will be the day the this *clown* is consider to be an expert's expert.

How does a *clown* come from the MS platform over to the Linux platform
and all of a sudden he becomes a guru's guru?
Terry Porter
2008-10-17 05:51:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage on
windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
http://www.leo-sa.com/?p=21
best regards!
Leonardo Sá
Nice honest article Leonardo, well done.
Your enthusiasm and excitement for Linux shine thru in your article.


Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity", it's
just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self declared
genius that isn't.
--
Linux full time, on the desktop, since August 1997
Sinister Midget
2008-10-17 06:13:56 UTC
Permalink
Post by Terry Porter
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity", it's
just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self declared
genius that isn't.
I'm glad you said "another" one. That blurb would fit the job
description each and every one of the trolls would answer to be hired
to troll COLA. But it's especially applicable to Quirk, Mushe Goldfish,
Doofie and analus_headupus.
--
"One world, one web, one program" -- Microsoft promotional ad
"Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Füehrer" -- Adolf Hitler
Identity
2008-10-17 11:46:00 UTC
Permalink
Post by Sinister Midget
Post by Terry Porter
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity", it's
just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self declared
genius that isn't.
I'm glad you said "another" one. That blurb would fit the job
description each and every one of the trolls would answer to be hired
to troll COLA. But it's especially applicable to Quirk, Mushe Goldfish,
Doofie and analus_headupus.
Hey, you shouldn't kill the messenger.
Terry Porter
2008-10-20 12:23:49 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by Sinister Midget
Post by Terry Porter
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity",
it's just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self
declared genius that isn't.
I'm glad you said "another" one. That blurb would fit the job
description each and every one of the trolls would answer to be hired
to troll COLA. But it's especially applicable to Quirk, Mushe Goldfish,
Doofie and analus_headupus.
Hey, you shouldn't kill the messenger.
Nothing personal :)
--
Linux full time, on the desktop, since August 1997
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 12:40:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by Terry Porter
Nothing personal :)
You should keep-up with current events you Linux-Pimp and a moron.
Identity
2008-10-17 11:44:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage on
windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
http://www.leo-sa.com/?p=21
best regards!
Leonardo Sá
Nice honest article Leonardo, well done.
Your enthusiasm and excitement for Linux shine thru in your article.
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity", it's
just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self declared
genius that isn't.
Hey, you shouldn't kill the messenger.
Peter Köhlmann
2008-10-17 12:02:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage on
windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
http://www.leo-sa.com/?p=21
best regards!
Leonardo Sá
Nice honest article Leonardo, well done.
Your enthusiasm and excitement for Linux shine thru in your article.
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity", it's
just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self declared
genius that isn't.
Hey, you shouldn't kill the messenger.
Your only "message" is that you are "just another angry little mother hating
pre pubescent self declared genius that isn't"

Rarely has one seen a poster as stupid as you are
--
I say you need to visit Clues 'R' Us. They are having a special on
slightly used clues.
Identity
2008-10-17 12:04:36 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Identity
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage on
windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
http://www.leo-sa.com/?p=21
best regards!
Leonardo Sá
Nice honest article Leonardo, well done.
Your enthusiasm and excitement for Linux shine thru in your article.
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity", it's
just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self declared
genius that isn't.
Hey, you shouldn't kill the messenger.
Your only "message" is that you are "just another angry little mother hating
pre pubescent self declared genius that isn't"
Rarely has one seen a poster as stupid as you are
You should take a hard look at yourself Petey, pot calling the kettle
black. :-)
Peter Köhlmann
2008-10-17 12:15:20 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Identity
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
http://www.leo-sa.com/?p=21
best regards!
Leonardo Sá
Nice honest article Leonardo, well done.
Your enthusiasm and excitement for Linux shine thru in your article.
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity",
it's just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self
declared genius that isn't.
Hey, you shouldn't kill the messenger.
Your only "message" is that you are "just another angry little mother
hating pre pubescent self declared genius that isn't"
Rarely has one seen a poster as stupid as you are
You should take a hard look at yourself Petey, pot calling the kettle
black. :-)
Really? Who was it then who claimed "30 years experience" in computers and
other quite obvious lies?
That was you. And to do so needs enormous stupidity. You singlehandedly make
windows users look the retards many really are. In reality you have a lot
less smarts than a retarded 12 years old. And your sexual allusions would
make a 15 years old smirch in shame
--
Law of Probable Dispersal:
Whatever it is that hits the fan will not be evenly distributed.
Identity
2008-10-17 12:26:51 UTC
Permalink
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Identity
Post by Peter Köhlmann
Post by Identity
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux. I
decided to write that to stand out points where linux takes advantage
on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and eventually point
http://www.leo-sa.com/?p=21
best regards!
Leonardo Sá
Nice honest article Leonardo, well done.
Your enthusiasm and excitement for Linux shine thru in your article.
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity",
it's just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self
declared genius that isn't.
Hey, you shouldn't kill the messenger.
Your only "message" is that you are "just another angry little mother
hating pre pubescent self declared genius that isn't"
Rarely has one seen a poster as stupid as you are
You should take a hard look at yourself Petey, pot calling the kettle
black. :-)
Really? Who was it then who claimed "30 years experience" in computers and
other quite obvious lies?
Where did it say I had to prove anything to you Petey?
Post by Peter Köhlmann
That was you. And to do so needs enormous stupidity.
That's about the same as you talking about your family.
Post by Peter Köhlmann
You singlehandedly make
windows users look the retards many really are.
And you think that because you're using Linux that it makes you the
greatest thing since sliced toast?

There are a lot of Linux retards in the MS NG(s), particular Vista
NG(s). You should see those morons in action, passing out Linux
magazines and fliers.
Post by Peter Köhlmann
In reality you have a lot
less smarts than a retarded 12 years old.
Who cares? I don't.
Post by Peter Köhlmann
And your sexual allusions would
make a 15 years old smirch in shame
What, because I told someone to go get some pussy? I think you need to
find some, because your wife either closed her legs to you or you can't
get it up anymore. Maybe that's why you're out here on Usenet just a
little too much. :-P
owl
2008-10-17 20:22:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by Peter Köhlmann
You singlehandedly make
windows users look the retards many really are.
And you think that because you're using Linux that it makes you the
greatest thing since sliced toast?
What came first, the toast or the slice?

<disclaimer>
BSD slices don't count.
</disclaimer>
Identity
2008-10-18 00:34:09 UTC
Permalink
Post by owl
Post by Identity
Post by Peter Köhlmann
You singlehandedly make
windows users look the retards many really are.
And you think that because you're using Linux that it makes you the
greatest thing since sliced toast?
What came first, the toast or the slice?
<disclaimer>
BSD slices don't count.
</disclaimer>
What came first is that nasty double-brewed coffee the Linux-pimp must
be drinking straight and throughout the day that's got this *clown* so
hyped-up day-in, day-out, night-in and night-out.
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-17 12:37:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu
linux. I decided to write that to stand out points where
linux takes advantage on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and
eventually point out if i said anything wrong. Here goes the
http://www.leo-sa.com/?p=21
best regards! Leonardo Sá
Nice honest article Leonardo, well done. Your enthusiasm and
excitement for Linux shine thru in your article.
Agreed.

[quote] 2. Fast release time

Thats particularly true with ubuntu: there is a new version
comming around every 6 months with new and improved features.
This beats by far the release cycle of windows, that can be as
long as 2 or 3 years. Another good point is that your oppinion
matters. If you find something wrong with your system, you can
file a bug on launchpad, and that will go directly to the
developers of the system. [/quote]

Following are the automatically notified patches/upgrades
installed on my system over the past week:

Commit Log for Fri Oct 17 05:35:43 2008

Upgraded the following packages:
indi (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kalzium (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kalzium-data (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kanagram (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kbruch (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kdebase-bin (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.3) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy2
kdebase-bin-kde3 (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.3) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy2
kdeedu-data (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kdelibs-data (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.1) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kdelibs4c2a (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.1) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
keduca (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
khangman (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
khelpcenter (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.3) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy2
kig (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kmplot (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kpercentage (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kstars (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kstars-data (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
ktouch (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
ktuberling (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu1) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kturtle (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kverbos (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kvoctrain (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kwordquiz (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
libarts1c2a (1.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 1.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
libartsc0 (1.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 1.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
libkdeedu3 (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
libkdegames1 (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu1) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1

Commit Log for Thu Oct 16 04:05:48 2008

Upgraded the following packages:
cupsys (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
cupsys-bsd (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
cupsys-client (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
cupsys-common (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
libcupsimage2 (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
libcupsys2 (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1

Commit Log for Wed Oct 15 21:37:48 2008

Upgraded the following packages:
dbus (1.1.20-1ubuntu2) to 1.1.20-1ubuntu3.1
dbus-x11 (1.1.20-1ubuntu2) to 1.1.20-1ubuntu3.1
jockey-common (0.3.3-0ubuntu8) to 0.3.3-0ubuntu8.1
jockey-gtk (0.3.3-0ubuntu8) to 0.3.3-0ubuntu8.1
libdbus-1-3 (1.1.20-1ubuntu2) to 1.1.20-1ubuntu3.1
linux-generic (2.6.24.19.21) to 2.6.24.21.23
linux-headers-generic (2.6.24.19.21) to 2.6.24.21.23
linux-image-generic (2.6.24.19.21) to 2.6.24.21.23
linux-restricted-modules-common (2.6.24.13-19.45) to 2.6.24.14-21.51
linux-restricted-modules-generic (2.6.24.19.21) to 2.6.24.21.23
spring (0.76-b1~2ubuntu7) to 0.77b4-0ubuntu1~ppa1
spring-engine (0.77b3-0ubuntu1~ppa2) to 0.77b4-0ubuntu1~ppa2
xorg-driver-fglrx (1:7.1.0-8-3+2.6.24.13-19.45) to
1:7.1.0-8-3+2.6.24.14-21.51

Installed the following packages:
linux-headers-2.6.24-21 (2.6.24-21.42)
linux-headers-2.6.24-21-generic (2.6.24-21.42)
linux-image-2.6.24-21-generic (2.6.24-21.42)
linux-restricted-modules-2.6.24-21-generic (2.6.24.14-21.51)
linux-ubuntu-modules-2.6.24-21-generic (2.6.24-21.32)

Commit Log for Tue Oct 14 03:52:10 2008

Upgraded the following packages:
hal-info (20080508+git20080601-0ubuntu0.8.04) to
20081001-0ubuntu1~hardy1

Commit Log for Mon Oct 13 05:13:55 2008

Upgraded the following packages:
sun-java6-bin (6-06-0ubuntu1) to 6-07-3ubuntu2
sun-java6-jre (6-06-0ubuntu1) to 6-07-3ubuntu2
sun-java6-plugin (6-06-0ubuntu1) to 6-07-3ubuntu2

Commit Log for Thu Oct 9 22:17:44 2008

Upgraded the following packages:
libruby1.8 (1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2
ruby1.8 (1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like
"Identity", it's just another angry little mother hating pre
pubescent self declared genius that isn't.
Sad is true. His tenor rings of the potty mouthed Linux-sux/
VistaKing troll.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Identity
2008-10-17 12:45:59 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu
linux. I decided to write that to stand out points where
linux takes advantage on windows in real life.
I would like you guys to give it a read, comment, and
eventually point out if i said anything wrong. Here goes the
http://www.leo-sa.com/?p=21
best regards! Leonardo Sá
Nice honest article Leonardo, well done. Your enthusiasm and
excitement for Linux shine thru in your article.
Agreed.
[quote] 2. Fast release time
Thats particularly true with ubuntu: there is a new version comming
around every 6 months with new and improved features. This beats by far
the release cycle of windows, that can be as long as 2 or 3 years.
Another good point is that your oppinion matters. If you find something
wrong with your system, you can file a bug on launchpad, and that will
go directly to the developers of the system. [/quote]
Following are the automatically notified patches/upgrades installed on
Commit Log for Fri Oct 17 05:35:43 2008
indi (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kalzium (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kalzium-data (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kanagram (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kbruch (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kdebase-bin (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.3) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy2
kdebase-bin-kde3 (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.3) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy2
kdeedu-data (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kdelibs-data (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.1) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kdelibs4c2a (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.1) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
keduca (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
khangman (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
khelpcenter (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu7.3) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy2
kig (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kmplot (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kpercentage (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kstars (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kstars-data (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
ktouch (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
ktuberling (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu1) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kturtle (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kverbos (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kvoctrain (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
kwordquiz (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
libarts1c2a (1.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 1.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
libartsc0 (1.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 1.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
libkdeedu3 (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu2) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
libkdegames1 (4:3.5.9-0ubuntu1) to 4:3.5.10-0ubuntu1~hardy1
Commit Log for Thu Oct 16 04:05:48 2008
cupsys (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
cupsys-bsd (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
cupsys-client (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
cupsys-common (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
libcupsimage2 (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
libcupsys2 (1.3.7-1ubuntu3) to 1.3.7-1ubuntu3.1
Commit Log for Wed Oct 15 21:37:48 2008
dbus (1.1.20-1ubuntu2) to 1.1.20-1ubuntu3.1
dbus-x11 (1.1.20-1ubuntu2) to 1.1.20-1ubuntu3.1
jockey-common (0.3.3-0ubuntu8) to 0.3.3-0ubuntu8.1
jockey-gtk (0.3.3-0ubuntu8) to 0.3.3-0ubuntu8.1
libdbus-1-3 (1.1.20-1ubuntu2) to 1.1.20-1ubuntu3.1
linux-generic (2.6.24.19.21) to 2.6.24.21.23
linux-headers-generic (2.6.24.19.21) to 2.6.24.21.23
linux-image-generic (2.6.24.19.21) to 2.6.24.21.23
linux-restricted-modules-common (2.6.24.13-19.45) to 2.6.24.14-21.51
linux-restricted-modules-generic (2.6.24.19.21) to 2.6.24.21.23
spring (0.76-b1~2ubuntu7) to 0.77b4-0ubuntu1~ppa1
spring-engine (0.77b3-0ubuntu1~ppa2) to 0.77b4-0ubuntu1~ppa2
xorg-driver-fglrx (1:7.1.0-8-3+2.6.24.13-19.45) to
1:7.1.0-8-3+2.6.24.14-21.51
linux-headers-2.6.24-21 (2.6.24-21.42)
linux-headers-2.6.24-21-generic (2.6.24-21.42)
linux-image-2.6.24-21-generic (2.6.24-21.42)
linux-restricted-modules-2.6.24-21-generic (2.6.24.14-21.51)
linux-ubuntu-modules-2.6.24-21-generic (2.6.24-21.32)
Commit Log for Tue Oct 14 03:52:10 2008
hal-info (20080508+git20080601-0ubuntu0.8.04) to 20081001-0ubuntu1~hardy1
Commit Log for Mon Oct 13 05:13:55 2008
sun-java6-bin (6-06-0ubuntu1) to 6-07-3ubuntu2
sun-java6-jre (6-06-0ubuntu1) to 6-07-3ubuntu2
sun-java6-plugin (6-06-0ubuntu1) to 6-07-3ubuntu2
Commit Log for Thu Oct 9 22:17:44 2008
libruby1.8 (1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2
ruby1.8 (1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like
"Identity", it's just another angry little mother hating pre
pubescent self declared genius that isn't.
Sad is true. His tenor rings of the potty mouthed Linux-sux/ VistaKing
troll.
No, I am a human being like you are. I am fan of all O/S(s) including
Linux, as I have Suse Linux, liked it.

I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the regular Linux user in it.
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-18 16:51:56 UTC
Permalink
Post by Identity
Post by High Plains Thumper
Following are the automatically notified patches/upgrades
<SNIP>
Post by Identity
Post by High Plains Thumper
Commit Log for Thu Oct 9 22:17:44 2008
libruby1.8 (1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2
ruby1.8 (1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2
Post by Terry Porter
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like
"Identity", it's just another angry little mother hating
pre pubescent self declared genius that isn't.
Sad is true. His tenor rings of the potty mouthed
Linux-sux/ VistaKing troll.
No, I am a human being like you are. I am fan of all O/S(s)
including Linux, as I have Suse Linux, liked it.
I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the regular Linux
user in it.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/

[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics

33. Claim false Alignment. Remind Everyone that you are a
long-time Linux user and advocate. Of course it is not true, so
you will be accused of being what you really are. When that
happens and you are accused of working against Linux. Deny!
Deny! Deny! [/quote]
--
HPT
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 18:01:45 UTC
Permalink
High Plains Thumper wrote:

<snipped>

Look, you brain dead High-Linux-Pimp-Grand-Poobah, can you keep-up with
current events? :-P
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-20 09:24:17 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Identity
Post by High Plains Thumper
Following are the automatically notified
patches/upgrades installed on my system over the past
<SNIP>
Post by Identity
Post by High Plains Thumper
Commit Log for Thu Oct 9 22:17:44 2008
Upgraded the following packages: libruby1.8
(1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2 ruby1.8
(1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2
Post by Terry Porter
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls
like "Identity", it's just another angry little mother
hating pre pubescent self declared genius that isn't.
Sad is true. His tenor rings of the potty mouthed
Linux-sux/ VistaKing troll.
No, I am a human being like you are. I am fan of all
O/S(s) including Linux, as I have Suse Linux, liked it.
I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the regular
Linux user in it.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics
33. Claim false Alignment. Remind Everyone that you are a
long-time Linux user and advocate. Of course it is not true,
so you will be accused of being what you really are. When
that happens and you are accused of working against Linux.
Deny! Deny! Deny! [/quote]
<snipped> [ignored]
Look, you brain dead High-Linux-Pimp-Grand-Poobah, can you
keep-up with current events? :-P
Ref. same FAQ, this is an example of:

[quote]
[3.] Put your opponent off guard by insulting him. The liberal
use of profanity and vulgarisms can be very effective,
particularly when used against you more dignified opponents.
Your experience as a school yard bully can be handy here

[4.] Be patronizing, condescending and present an air of
superiority. It may hide your inferiority to the casual reader.
Use phrases like "kid" or "son", to elevate your relative
apparent authority by attempting to diminish that of the Linux
advocate you are addressing.
[/quote]
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 12:15:12 UTC
Permalink
High Plains Thumper wrote:

<snipped>

What we have here is a Linux-Pimp toting his little Linux-Pimps kit
around. This clown thinks there opponents and that everything is a contest.
William Poaster
2008-10-18 22:33:56 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Identity
Post by High Plains Thumper
Following are the automatically notified patches/upgrades
<SNIP>
Post by Identity
Post by High Plains Thumper
Commit Log for Thu Oct 9 22:17:44 2008
libruby1.8 (1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2
ruby1.8 (1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.1) to 1.8.6.111-2ubuntu1.2
Post by Terry Porter
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like
"Identity", it's just another angry little mother hating
pre pubescent self declared genius that isn't.
Sad is true. His tenor rings of the potty mouthed
Linux-sux/ VistaKing troll.
No, I am a human being like you are. I am fan of all O/S(s)
including Linux, as I have Suse Linux, liked it.
I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the regular Linux
user in it.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics
33. Claim false Alignment. Remind Everyone that you are a
long-time Linux user and advocate. Of course it is not true, so
you will be accused of being what you really are. When that
happens and you are accused of working against Linux. Deny!
Deny! Deny! [/quote]
Duh-Inane Arnold lying again. He hasn't a clue about Linux!
--
Did you know?
Hadron Quack & his wife divorced over religious differences.
He thought he was God, but she didn't.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-19 03:23:31 UTC
Permalink
William Rooster wrote:

The Rooster is on another fly-by.
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-20 09:31:37 UTC
Permalink
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by William Poaster
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Identity
I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the regular
Linux user in it.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics
33. Claim false Alignment. Remind Everyone that you
are a long-time Linux user and advocate. Of course it is
not true, so you will be accused of being what you really
are. When that happens and you are accused of working
against Linux. Deny! Deny! Deny! [/quote]
Duh-Inane Arnold lying again. He hasn't a clue about Linux!
The Rooster is on another fly-by.
This nymshifting Linux Pimps troll's lack of respect as shown by
its insults toward posters in this newsgroup is only intent to
bring anger and resentment. It serves only to discourage posting
in this newsgroup.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 12:13:46 UTC
Permalink
This nymshifting Linux Pimps troll's lack of respect as shown by its
insults toward posters in this newsgroup is only intent to bring anger
and resentment. It serves only to discourage posting in this newsgroup.
What we have here is a Linux-Pimp toting his little Linux-Pimps kit
around. This clown thinks there are opponents and that everything is a
contest.
Moshe Goldfarb.
2008-10-20 15:03:40 UTC
Permalink
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Linux Pimps
Post by William Poaster
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Identity
I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the regular
Linux user in it.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics
33. Claim false Alignment. Remind Everyone that you
are a long-time Linux user and advocate. Of course it is
not true, so you will be accused of being what you really
are. When that happens and you are accused of working
against Linux. Deny! Deny! Deny! [/quote]
Duh-Inane Arnold lying again. He hasn't a clue about Linux!
The Rooster is on another fly-by.
This nymshifting Linux Pimps troll's lack of respect as shown by
its insults toward posters in this newsgroup is only intent to
bring anger and resentment. It serves only to discourage posting
in this newsgroup.
Scheswotiw has done far more to discourage new people to post in this group
than anyone else.
Google backs this up nicely.
--
Moshe Goldfarb
Collector of soaps from around the globe.
Please visit The Hall of Linux Idiots:
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/
Please Visit www.linsux.org
Terry Porter
2008-10-20 12:35:38 UTC
Permalink
<snip>
Post by Identity
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Terry Porter
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity",
it's just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self
declared genius that isn't.
Sad is true. His tenor rings of the potty mouthed Linux-sux/ VistaKing
troll.
No, I am a human being like you are.
No, you're a Wintroll. We will let you know when you qualify to join the
human race, but it's not looking good so far.
Post by Identity
I am fan of all O/S(s) including
Linux, as I have Suse Linux, liked it.
Big deal.

comp.os.suse.advocacy is next door kid.
Post by Identity
I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the regular Linux user in it.
Then why continue to come here and look like an idiot ?

Why not leave COLA and go to another newsgroup, somewhere your obvious
talents are needed, perhaps:-

alt.I.hate.my.mother.the.universe.and.everything ?


My advice to casual readers of COLA, killfile this twisted and bitter
child.
--
Linux full time, on the desktop, since August 1997
Linux Pimps
2008-10-20 12:38:38 UTC
Permalink
Post by Terry Porter
My advice to casual readers of COLA, killfile this twisted and bitter
child.
Why don't you keep-up with current events you Linux-Pimp, Porter?
Hadron
2008-10-20 12:40:54 UTC
Permalink
Post by Terry Porter
<snip>
Post by Identity
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Terry Porter
Don't worry about 'reviews' by sad little Wintrolls like "Identity",
it's just another angry little mother hating pre pubescent self
declared genius that isn't.
Sad is true. His tenor rings of the potty mouthed Linux-sux/ VistaKing
troll.
No, I am a human being like you are.
No, you're a Wintroll. We will let you know when you qualify to join the
human race, but it's not looking good so far.
Who is "we"? You and your cat Linpus?
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Identity
I am fan of all O/S(s) including
Linux, as I have Suse Linux, liked it.
Big deal.
comp.os.suse.advocacy is next door kid.
That sums you up. A wannabe small fish in a smaller pond.
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Identity
I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the regular Linux user in it.
Then why continue to come here and look like an idiot ?
Looking AT an idiot more like it. It's good you're here Terry. No wonder
High Plains Hypocrite was so pleased. You can take over his mantle as
the dumbest poster in COLA. You've gone a long way to doing that already
with such wonderful screw ups as "load the iptables" when you previously
pointed out that "unload" was unacceptable. As for your postin silly
little NAT tunneling articles , well. Just what did you think you were
doing? Who did you think it was impressing. This is done everywhere and
is nothing new.
Post by Terry Porter
Why not leave COLA and go to another newsgroup, somewhere your obvious
talents are needed, perhaps:-
You seem to think you are in charge. Surprise little fella. You're not.
Post by Terry Porter
alt.I.hate.my.mother.the.universe.and.everything ?
My advice to casual readers of COLA, killfile this twisted and bitter
child.
No one wants your advice. But I know you'll give it anyway. It's why
COLA exists.
Moshe Goldfarb.
2008-10-20 15:08:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
No, you're a Wintroll. We will let you know when you qualify to join the
human race, but it's not looking good so far.
Who is "we"? You and your cat Linpus?
He has cat named Linpus?
Well at least we know who the brains of that operation is.
Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Identity
I am fan of all O/S(s) including
Linux, as I have Suse Linux, liked it.
Big deal.
comp.os.suse.advocacy is next door kid.
That sums you up. A wannabe small fish in a smaller pond.
So it appears.
He seems like a fossil from the Jurassic period.
Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
Then why continue to come here and look like an idiot ?
Looking AT an idiot more like it. It's good you're here Terry. No wonder
High Plains Hypocrite was so pleased. You can take over his mantle as
the dumbest poster in COLA. You've gone a long way to doing that already
with such wonderful screw ups as "load the iptables" when you previously
pointed out that "unload" was unacceptable. As for your postin silly
little NAT tunneling articles , well. Just what did you think you were
doing? Who did you think it was impressing. This is done everywhere and
is nothing new.
You should ask him if he still uses telnet to remotely manage his client's
servers.
That boy shouldn't be allowed anywhere *near* a network.
--
Moshe Goldfarb
Collector of soaps from around the globe.
Please visit The Hall of Linux Idiots:
http://linuxidiots.blogspot.com/
Please Visit www.linsux.org
Hadron
2008-10-20 15:12:16 UTC
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Post by Moshe Goldfarb.
Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
No, you're a Wintroll. We will let you know when you qualify to join the
human race, but it's not looking good so far.
Who is "we"? You and your cat Linpus?
He has cat named Linpus?
Well at least we know who the brains of that operation is.
Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Identity
I am fan of all O/S(s) including
Linux, as I have Suse Linux, liked it.
Big deal.
comp.os.suse.advocacy is next door kid.
That sums you up. A wannabe small fish in a smaller pond.
So it appears.
He seems like a fossil from the Jurassic period.
Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
Then why continue to come here and look like an idiot ?
Looking AT an idiot more like it. It's good you're here Terry. No wonder
High Plains Hypocrite was so pleased. You can take over his mantle as
the dumbest poster in COLA. You've gone a long way to doing that already
with such wonderful screw ups as "load the iptables" when you previously
pointed out that "unload" was unacceptable. As for your postin silly
little NAT tunneling articles , well. Just what did you think you were
doing? Who did you think it was impressing. This is done everywhere and
is nothing new.
You should ask him if he still uses telnet to remotely manage his client's
servers.
That boy shouldn't be allowed anywhere *near* a network.
I received an email from a reliable source who told me about that little
gem. Hilarious. I love all his posturing on how he "personally" tests 40
buck Netgear routers he resells. What a legend in his own lunchtime!
--
"Nice to know I live in your head, bitch."
-- Tattoo Vampire <***@this.computer> in comp.os.linux.advocacy
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-21 01:15:20 UTC
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Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Identity
I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the regular
Linux user in it.
Then why continue to come here and look like an idiot ?
Looking AT an idiot more like it. It's good you're here Terry.
No wonder High Plains Hypocrite was so pleased. You can take
over his mantle as the dumbest poster in COLA.
Well, well, well, if it isn't the Hadron troll droning on again
with its inability to respect forum poster nyms. Really sad,
here is the place to read all about it:

http://colatrolls.blogspot.com/2007/01/hadron-quark-troll.html

[quote]
Name: Hadron Quark (aka: Hadron, Damian O'Leary, Hans Schneider)

Traits:
* Homophobe (another closet gay wintroll?)
* Often changes previous posters text in followups (see below)
* Microsoft apologist
* Habitual liar
* [snip]
* Exhibits serious reading comprehension difficulties
* Quark is too stupid to understand when the point above is
explained to him over and over again
[/quote]
Post by Hadron
You've gone a long way to doing that already with such
wonderful screw ups as "load the iptables" when you previously
pointed out that "unload" was unacceptable. As for your postin
silly little NAT tunneling articles , well. Just what did you
think you were doing? Who did you think it was impressing.
This is done everywhere and is nothing new.
More drivel, this is an example of:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/

[quote]
7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics

12. Blame your stupidity and lies on your opponent. Blame
your own stupidity on the Linux advocate you are dealing with.
Such as when you have made an unsupportable claim that suggest a
list of details and your are asked to present your non-existent
list reply with, "I don't have to list them for you; you aren't
bright enough to know what you're missing by using X instead of a
real Y, I'm not going to explain it to you." Then hope that
nobody reading the thread realizes that your statement translates
as, "I lack the knowledge or facts needed to counter your
position or your position is too complete and accurate to be
refuted. So, I will say things to sound superior to avoid
admitting you are right."

48. Don't let your ignorance stop you from posting. No
matter how little you understand of the issues being discussed in
a thread, post anyway. If you don't know what you are talking
about just pretend that you do.
[/quote]
Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
My advice to casual readers of COLA, killfile this twisted
and bitter child.
No one wants your advice. But I know you'll give it anyway.
It's why COLA exists.
See Paragraph 12 above.
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
DFS
2008-10-21 02:20:16 UTC
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Post by High Plains Thumper
Well, well, well, if it isn't the Hadron troll droning on again
with its inability to respect forum poster nyms.
How many times have you called me 'Doofus'?
Hadron
2008-10-21 02:22:02 UTC
Permalink
Post by DFS
Post by High Plains Thumper
Well, well, well, if it isn't the Hadron troll droning on again
with its inability to respect forum poster nyms.
How many times have you called me 'Doofus'?
He even lies when he lies. High Plains Hypocrite is definitely COLA's
dumbest poster.
--
"You're a condescending, arrogant asshole, Quack."
-- Tattoo Vampire <***@this.computer> in alt.os.linux.ubuntu, comp.os.linux.advocacy
High Plains Thumper
2008-10-21 03:21:13 UTC
Permalink
Post by Hadron
Post by DFS
Post by High Plains Thumper
Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
Post by Identity
I am not a fan of this chicken-shit NG and the
regular Linux user in it.
Then why continue to come here and look like an idiot
?
Looking AT an idiot more like it. It's good you're here
Terry. No wonder High Plains Hypocrite was so pleased.
You can take over his mantle as the dumbest poster in
COLA.
Well, well, well, if it isn't the Hadron troll droning on
again with its inability to respect forum poster nyms.
http://colatrolls.blogspot.com/2007/01/hadron-quark-troll.html
[quote] Name: Hadron Quark (aka: Hadron, Damian O'Leary,
Hans Schneider)
* Homophobe (another closet gay wintroll?)
* Often changes previous posters text in followups (see
below)
* Microsoft apologist
* Habitual liar
* [snip]
* Exhibits serious reading comprehension difficulties
* Quark is too stupid to understand when the point above
is explained to him over and over again [/quote]
Post by Hadron
You've gone a long way to doing that already with such
wonderful screw ups as "load the iptables" when you
previously pointed out that "unload" was unacceptable.
As for your postin silly little NAT tunneling articles ,
well. Just what did you think you were doing? Who did
you think it was impressing. This is done everywhere and
is nothing new.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/
[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics
12. Blame your stupidity and lies on your opponent. Blame
your own stupidity on the Linux advocate you are dealing
with. Such as when you have made an unsupportable claim
that suggest a list of details and your are asked to
present your non-existent list reply with, "I don't have
to list them for you; you aren't bright enough to know
what you're missing by using X instead of a real Y, I'm
not going to explain it to you." Then hope that nobody
reading the thread realizes that your statement translates
as, "I lack the knowledge or facts needed to counter your
position or your position is too complete and accurate to
be refuted. So, I will say things to sound superior to
avoid admitting you are right."
48. Don't let your ignorance stop you from posting. No
matter how little you understand of the issues being
discussed in a thread, post anyway. If you don't know what
you are talking about just pretend that you do. [/quote]
Post by Hadron
Post by Terry Porter
My advice to casual readers of COLA, killfile this
twisted and bitter child.
No one wants your advice. But I know you'll give it
anyway. It's why COLA exists.
See Paragraph 12 above.
How many times have you called me 'Doofus'?
Lie.
Post by Hadron
He even lies when he lies. High Plains Hypocrite is definitely
COLA's dumbest poster.
Lie.

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/linux/advocacy/faq-and-primer/

[quote] 7.6 Trespasser Disinformation Tactics

23. Lie. Lie, lie, lie, lie. If you do it often enough you
may create the appearance of truth.

46. Accept the claims of other anti-Linux propagandists as
face value. Always treat other anti-Linux propagandist's
statements as being true. Accept their interpretations without
question, don't bother verifying their statements. If they claim
something against a Linux advocate always side with the
anti-Linux propagandists. [/quote]
--
HPT
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green
Linux Pimps
2008-10-21 03:32:15 UTC
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High Plains Thumper wrote:

<snipped>

You're like the little boy that cries wolf all of the time. After
awhile, I am sure people just become oblivious to your postings, as you
post the same thing over and over. You are boring.
Homer
2008-10-18 01:28:01 UTC
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Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux.
Here's the only reason you need to use GNU/Linux ...

... it's not made by Microsoft.

'Nuff said.
--
K.
http://slated.org

.----
| "At the time, I thought C was the most elegant language and Java
| the most practical one. That point of view lasted for maybe two
| weeks after initial exposure to Lisp." ~ Constantine Vetoshev
`----

Fedora release 8 (Werewolf) on sky, running kernel 2.6.25.11-60.fc8
02:27:44 up 7 days, 11:23, 3 users, load average: 0.00, 0.05, 0.06
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 01:35:52 UTC
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Post by Homer
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux.
Here's the only reason you need to use GNU/Linux ...
... it's not made by Microsoft.
'Nuff said.
Nuff-Said-Homer another Linux-Pimp strikes-out against the evil empire.
DFS
2008-10-18 05:33:40 UTC
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Post by Homer
Post by Leo
I just wrote on my blog: 10 (real) reasons to use ubuntu linux.
Here's the only reason you need to use GNU/Linux ...
... it's not made by Microsoft.
'Nuff said.
"It's not Microsoft" would be my top reason, by far, to use Linux/OSS.
Linux Pimps
2008-10-18 18:57:57 UTC
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Don't you just love it? It's much like that trash blog of yours. :)
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