Re: Best HTML/CSS editor ever
- Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2017 17:46:04 -0700
- From: Terry <F1ComNOSPAM@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Best HTML/CSS editor ever
On 9/19/2017 3:11 AM On a whim, Daniel pounded out on the keyboard
On 19/09/2017 9:06 AM, T wrote:
On 09/18/2017 01:36 PM, Ray_Net wrote:
T wrote on 18-09-17 22:08:
On 09/18/2017 07:34 AM, Ray_Net wrote:
Daniel wrote on 18-09-17 11:33:
On 18/09/2017 6:31 PM, Ray_Net wrote:
You are excessive especially in your adjectives Your attitude vis
Microsoft is an unjustified hatred.I had Windows Servers which never
encountered a crash.
I used at work a windows pc - and i never had a problem.
I had 10 linux-like servers to be installed with the applications the
The procedure that I give to the guys who install them was changed
each installation - we fall each time in another bug.
Upgrade of the linux-like OS had each time ending with the
non-functionning of at least one application.
Ray, what do you mean by "linux-like servers"??
To my limited knowledge, there are Windows servers, Linux servers,
Unix servers (which are Linux like) and MacOS servers (which are
Linux like or even Unix like).
So which do you mean?? Or is it something totally different, and
unknown to me??
It was SCO-Unixware.
Had a sco thing years ago. My memory is faint, but if
I remember correctly, it was what you describe.
See if you can get them over to Linux.
I am retired now, so ... not important anymore :-) :-) :-)
I once had a colleague tell me what stability was in an
operating system. "If its works with your stuff, then
it is stable".
I would have thought any definition of "stability", at least in the
Computer world, would have to include the word "continues"!! .... i.e.
"If it *continues to* work with your stuff, then it is stable"!!
"Stable" is having an OS stay running without programs or the OS
crashing. Windows and Windows Servers are very stable, regardless of how
the Linux/Unix lovers try to downplay it. I admin a lot of Mac users
also, and OSX is no more "stable" than Windows.
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