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shesser
13-Mar-2014, 14:36
What's anyone think about this? Not good for the Linux community from
what I've been reading...
http://www.linuxinsider.com/story/Linux-Bugs-Bugs-Everywhere-80113.html


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kgroneman
13-Mar-2014, 16:15
Hey shesser:

>What's anyone think about this?

If anyone finds any application, let alone an entire operating system
that doesn't have bugs, be sure to let me know as I've never
experienced it and I'd like to hire those coders! I really don't
think anyone should be surprised that "Linux" has bugs that show up.
Some were found last week, some will probably be found in the near
future.

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malcolmlewis
13-Mar-2014, 16:29
Hi
I hate it when the warmer weather arrives, I'm always cleaning bugs off windows....

shesser
21-Mar-2014, 14:36
I agree! Just like any media outlet does, they over-sensationalize the
situation. I'd still rather use over M$ any day of the week........


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shesser
21-Mar-2014, 14:36
LMAO! As long as they're little bugs!


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Dave Howe
21-Mar-2014, 15:59
On 13/03/2014 15:15, kgroneman wrote:
> Hey shesser:
>
>> What's anyone think about this?
>
> If anyone finds any application, let alone an entire operating system
> that doesn't have bugs, be sure to let me know as I've never
> experienced it and I'd like to hire those coders! I really don't
> think anyone should be surprised that "Linux" has bugs that show up.
> Some were found last week, some will probably be found in the near
> future.

I was going to suggest "hello world" but someone found a bug in the
default implementation...