Solaris vs. Linux Debate Continues
Sep 27, 2004, 22:45 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Greg Kroah-Hartman, Eric Schrock)
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Linux Kernel Monkey Log: A Rebuttal of a Single Sun Misinformed
"Ah, so I read the comments that Eric Schrock had about why Sun
doesn't want to help with Linux kernel development, and as a Linux
kernel developer I thought I would attempt to address his major
points, and explain as to why Linux developers feel this way. It's
still early in the morning for me, so this might seem a little
disorganized, but what the hell...
Schrock: Rebutting a Rebuttal
"Sigh. It's one thing to believe in sound engineering values,
and quite another to develop them as an integral part of your OS .
I'm not saying the Linux doesn't care about these things at all,
just that they're just not a high priority. The original goal of my
post was not 'our technology is better than yours,' only that we
have different priorities. But if you want a technology comparison,
here are some Solaris examples...
Linux Kernel Monkey Log: A Continued Discussion with a Sun
Developer, Round 2
"That being said, I'd first like to address his closing comment,
which was regarding my comment about Linux not going anywhere:
"For some reason, all Linux advocates have an 'us or them'
philosophy. In the end, we have exactly what I said at the
beginning of my first post. Solaris and Linux have different goals
and different philosophies. Solaris is better at many things. Linux
is better at many things..."
Analysts on OpenSolaris(Sep 25, 2004)