The only road for BSD is to die:)
if it was coded to standards (POSIX?), it would be nearly effortless to port most programs to other operating systems that also comply to those standards. isnt that the point of standards? and i am specifically talking about linux stuff here. windows is not unix-like, so of course porting isnt easy.Quote:
Of course to BSD whores, any software that cannot run on BSD is shit, homo bullshit etc.... and somehow Linux's fault even though the program maybe windows only.
programs that concentrate on running one OS are of higher quality then those that try to run on multiple OS cause more time is gone into bug fixing, they are also are smaller cause they dont need to have code for other irrelevant OS. They are also less broken cause porting screws up code.
most of these "linux" programs run well on similar systems (like BSD).Quote:
since linux is a free and open-source and the best, it should be the target for writing applications. Not Windowz, not OSX and especially not BSDildos.
linux is unix-like. And i won't go fuck myself. unlike you, I have a girlfriend for thatQuote:
Linux is not UNIX. so go fuck urself right now.
UNIX should have been open source from the start. That way, we wouldn't have BSD and Linux, we'd just have different variants of UNIX. Linux would be called "Linus unix".
That's right kimosobie, Solaris already had created/wrote it from way back when, and, it was caled : "SMF"
Everyone else seems to have figured that out? It can't be that hard, stealing from a dead man, but then giving yourself ALL the acolades? -hahaha.
So, next time, do the freekin' research first before opening up the Linux cheese-hole,...
Also, open hardware is already a Thing, and it's going to be an even bigger Thing in the coming years. Just wait when the first crowdfunded open-source ARMv8 SoC:s are produced, we're going to have fun with them. This I predict by looking into my crystal balls.