On 3/19/06, Myth User <[email protected]> wrote: > > Linux could very well succeed in the server room in large measure not > > because of TCO but because there are enough people that don't like > > Microsoft or don't want to use Windows Server for whatever reason. > > > Linux could succeed in the server room if it had the functionality. > > Care to show me where an organization the size of even a regional bank is > using MySQL instead of Oracle or SQL Server? We run MySQL in a number of applications at Sprint in lieu of Oracle. > In an earlier post you said something about knowing strengths and weakness > etc. I'm going to "no response" here because it's not addressed to me. > Are you now asserting that Linux is in any form an enterprise wide solution? Yeah, I think there are some Linux options that are good in the enterprise. [ ... snipped some blah blah blah here ... ] > Please add me to your kill filters. I'm done. I will never go to salt lake > city and tell them there are other religions again. No need for that. Just take a Xanax, smoke a cigarette, or whatever you need to do to calm down. I'd say "go outside" but I've not been there myself for awhile and can't comment on it being relaxing or not. -- Chris "I trust the Democrats to take away my money, which I can afford. I trust the Republicans to take away my freedom, which I cannot."