• Microsoft embracing extending and extermination of Linux

    From art@deb.de@"art@deb.de" to alt.os.linux.ubuntu on Sun May 2 13:47:49 2021
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    https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFkEVQeKDfsfWZIQF7rY8sheDSwVeB3Fu

    The secret of Microsoft's success. Microsoft has special people who search
    everywhere on the internet for anything that might be a technological
    advance in mostly software technology because software is easy to steal,
    buy or copy. In the 1980's Bill Gates had seen cp/m from Gary Kildall and
    told IBM that Microsoft could provide an operating system. Bill Gates and
    Steve Ballmer simply bought a cheap cp/m rip-off named Q-dos for $50,000
    illegally stolen by Tim Paterson who simply copied it from disassembled
    cp/m machine code. Gary Kildall found out and tried to sue IBM and
    Microsoft. Unfortunately for Gary, Bill Gates father was a powerfull lawyer
    employed by the Rockefeller family, so the judge made a statement. For
    every PC wheter an original IBM or a IBM clone, customers had to pay
    Microsoft even when the customer only wanted Gary's cp/m based dr-dos.
    These practises are still used by Microsoft today. If you want a laptop or
    PC you are forced to buy it with a Microsoft product named Windows. They
    pretend you have a choice to not pay for Windows. Usually if you do not
    want Windows, they have to take out the harddrive with its Windows recovery
    partition and to replace it with a clean harddrive. So buying a PC or
    laptop without Windows will simply cost you more. Most stores however
    simply refuse you to sell the PC or laptop if you don't want Windows. Did
    Microsoft invented Windows themselves? Is Windows stolen technology? And
    Bill Gates had seen Xerox Star so he bought such a Xerox Star machine (made
    in 1978), it would take Microsoft 13 years to duplicate its operating
    system capabilities, and they named it Windows 3.1. Meanwhile Gary Kildall
    got a tragic accident, unexplainable head injury wich caused his death
    shortly after writing a book that Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer steal
    technology from whomever they can. Gary's son is still scared of Microsoft
    so the book remains sealed. And Microsoft kept on stealing technology.
    Visicalc became Microsofy Excell. Borland became Microsoft Developer
    Studio, Wordstar became Microsoft word. Netscape became Internet Explorer.
    3dFx became Microsoft directX, Lernaut&Hauspie became Microsoft speech
    synthesis and recognition. Even the Windows 95 taskbar and startmenu where
    stolen from a graphical user interface made by another company in 1987 than
    named Icon Bar. Almost nobody knows the original inventors of the by
    Microsoft stolen technology and about the highly unexplainable death rates
    under original software inventors. Who knows Stacker? The company from who
    Microsoft stole their compression technology for filesystems? Even fat32
    the filesystem for wich other companies have to pay Microsoft for, was
    stolen. Microsoft hires special companies to scare programmers and
    inventors with braindead, cardiac arrest, lifelong unemployement, lifelong
    prosecution, tragic car accidents (Avalon programmer found dead, Netscape
    programmers found blood on their PC's, programmers wrapped and choked to
    death naked in their own bedsheets, Gary Kildall's dead, Remy Belvaux's
    dead, and many more....) These programmers had all one thing in common,
    they made something Microsoft wanted, and for some reason Bill Gates and
    Steve Ballmer simply for no reason wanted them dead. All Microsoft does is
    hire professional companies to search and kill programmers for their code,
    work or something else Microsoft wants or sees as a threat. This is
    Microsoft's business model. In 2001 e.g. a second grade university student
    made the graphical command line interface. You just had to see it to know
    it was innovative. You typed in commands just like dos but it had the same
    capabilities like a webbrowser and came with its own compiler for it.
    Imagine a dos prompt with images, buttons, windows, 3d reality, video
    support, the internet as if it where a directory on your local harddrive.
    And steve.ballmer@ceo.microsoft.com and bill.gates@chairman.microsoft.com
    send the young programmer a contract that he would never talk about it,
    that it now was Microsoft property, Microsoft would not have to pay any
    costs. But the programmer refused and mailed them he would make it open
    source. And Steve Ballmer mailed the student it would be tragic to suffer a
    tragic and horrifying death. You can search google for 'Steve Ballmer
    kill....' and you will find that Steve Ballmer even threatens highly placed
    people with death and evenso boasted that he killed people before. You
    don't have to guess, the programmer who made the graphical commandline
    interface got infected with a tragic bacteria from his PC's keyboard, got
    blind and later went into coma and drained in his own blood when his lungs
    collapsed vomiting blood in the process. Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer have
    special ruthless people specialised in these kind of crimes. The
    programmers girlfriend experienced a tragic unexplainable head trauma
    causing prolonged coma, she will never talk again. These things happen
    because people believe Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer are kind and loving
    persons. Students who invent innovative products really believe Microsoft
    is an honest business. Meanwhile Bill Gates paid over $40 million dollar to
    elect George Bush. The first thing Bush did was dropping all antitrust
    charges from many companies all over America against Microsoft providing
    Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer with diplomatic immunity. Bill also finances
    Bush his reelection. As a member of the Gates family Bill and Microsoft
    have all the support from the highest than CIA official Robert Gates, the
    Rockerfellers and Rothschilds. Microsofts bribes law officials, police
    officers, hires companies like Blackwater all to kill off anyone who they
    can steal from. But why does Microsoft not provide the customer with a
    graphical command line interface? The answer is simple, no matter how good
    something might be, it does not force people to buy more copies of
    Microsoft Windows. The graphical commandline interface will one day show up
    as an invention by Microsoft Research just like oil companies kill off
    inventors who make engines a tiny bit more efficient. Compare Microsoft's
    power with an oil company. One big oil company named Microsoft stealing and
    killing people who have little bits of oil and then forcing customers to
    buy Microsoft oil, and a small tiny oil company named Apple, and a company
    giving their oil away for free named Linux. Microsoft will ever have to
    keep on killing young smart but naive programmers all over the world
    especially before they might contribute to Linux. Microsoft deliberately
    keeps stolen technology off the market, reducing advancement in operating
    systems.

    Innovative young smart and naive programmers are simply murdered before they
    can contribute to Linux. These pour souls believe in the lie that Microsoft
    pays for an invention. Like steve.ballmer@ceo.microsoft.com once said to
    such a tragic soul 'Nothing provides me more pleasure than to know you will
    die an extremely painful death!' Read more search on google for 'Why I hate
    Microsoft' 'Xerox Star' 'Programmer found dead' 'Gary Kildall the man who
    could have been Bill Gates' 'Steve Ballmer kill...' 'Microsoft's touch of
    death' When Bush was reelected people thought the voting computers where
    messed with. You can search for how many Diebold computerprogrammers where
    found dead suddenly. This is the business model of Microsoft, even bribing
    the president. See Bush and Gates together celebrating their crimes, google
    for 'bill gates and bush' on google image search. The only solution for
    young programmers is to not innovate. To not make software wich never has
    been made before. And if they still want to do it, they have to work for
    free by making it open source and work with many other open source people.
    Sure Steve Ballmer calls Linux programmers cancers who attach themselves to
    Microsofts intellectual property, but these programmers have no other
    choice. Microsoft is not an example of capitalism. In capitalism several
    manufacturers or producers offer their products, the market determines a
    fair price. Compare this to Microsoft's exorbitantly high profit margins
    over 80%, they simply force their customers to buy it, they kill off any
    competition. Communism means everything belongs to the state, in this case
    everything belongs to Microsoft (they even own the president), so Microsoft
    is far more likely like communism in its worst form, a nightmare for any
    unknowing naive programmer facing an evil never seen in the software
    industry before.

    edit: Corporatism is not even the cruelest word.


    See the graphical command line interface here
    https://youtu.be/0X6ZQspcWI8



    as a bonus here is a 10 hour interview with Bully Gates.

    https://youtu.be/ykRNRCe17ZQ


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  • From Bobbie Sellers@bliss@mouse-potato.com to alt.os.linux.ubuntu on Sun May 2 08:47:39 2021
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    On 5/2/21 6:47 AM, Debian Bastard wrote:
    https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFkEVQeKDfsfWZIQF7rY8sheDSwVeB3Fu

    GNU/Linux is a not necessarily for profit, multi-lateral, widespread system of development, testing and publication via
    Internet.

    Microsoft will not win against people who do not have
    to show a profit.

    Does Debian incline one towards apocalyptic pronouncements?

    Shall I add DB to my filters?

    bliss -“Nearly any fool can use a GNU/Linux computer. Many do.”
    After all here I am...
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  • From Dirk T. Verbeek@dverbeek@xs4all.nl to alt.os.linux.ubuntu on Sun May 2 18:15:46 2021
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    Op 02-05-2021 om 17:47 schreef Bobbie Sellers:
    Does Debian incline one towards apocalyptic pronouncements?

        Shall I add DB to my filters?

    Possibly, so far he has a tendency to only repeat himself.
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  • From Bud Frede@frede@mouse-potato.com to alt.os.linux.ubuntu on Sun May 9 12:04:11 2021
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    Bobbie Sellers <bliss@mouse-potato.com> writes:

    On 5/2/21 6:47 AM, Debian Bastard wrote:
    https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFkEVQeKDfsfWZIQF7rY8sheDSwVeB3Fu

    GNU/Linux is a not necessarily for profit, multi-lateral,
    widespread system of development, testing and publication via
    Internet.

    Microsoft will not win against people who do not have
    to show a profit.


    Windows will only last as long as Microsoft wants to keep selling
    it. Once they decide that it's finished, it's done.

    Linux will exist as long as people are still interested in using and
    developing it.

    Emacs is a good example. I don't know how many proprietary text editors
    have come and gone in the time emacs has been in use, but it's probably
    at least hundreds. People are still interested in using emacs, so it's
    still in use and is further developed and improved all the time. There
    isn't anyone looking at a spreadsheet and deciding that it's no longer profitable to sell emacs and that's thus the end of the line.

    Windows is dead, but still walking around for now. That's typically the
    fate of proprietary, closed source software.

    I don't know if they'll still be using and developing Linux in 100
    years, but if people want to then they will. Now see if Microsoft will
    sell you a copy of DOS or Windows 3.1. :-) They won't even sell you a
    copy of XP AFAIK, and that's much more recent.


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  • From Bud Frede@frede@mouse-potato.com to alt.os.linux.ubuntu on Sun May 9 12:07:17 2021
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    Commander Keen <ck@goodbyegalaxy.com> writes:

    On 5/2/21 9:47 AM, Bobbie Sellers wrote:
    On 5/2/21 6:47 AM, Debian Bastard wrote:
    https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFkEVQeKDfsfWZIQF7rY8sheDSwVeB3Fu

        GNU/Linux is a not necessarily for profit, multi-lateral,
    widespread system of development, testing and publication via
    Internet.

        Microsoft will not win against people who do not have
    to show a profit.

    Does Debian incline one towards apocalyptic pronouncements?

       Shall I add DB to my filters?

       bliss -“Nearly any fool can use a GNU/Linux computer. Many do.”
    After all here I am...

    I think people get worried that Microsoft "embracing" Linux means they
    are going to then extinguish it or make it irrelevant against what
    Microsoft has to offer with Windows. I see the opposite happening:
    Within the next 10 years, Microsoft Windows will be a Linux
    distribution.

    I doubt it. They'll stick bits and pieces of Linux in to capture some of
    that mindshare, but they still think that ownership of some proprietary
    code base is the way to go.
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  • From anton@anton@mips.complang.tuwien.ac.at (Anton Ertl) to alt.os.linux.ubuntu on Mon May 10 07:34:03 2021
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    Commander Keen <ck@goodbyegalaxy.com> writes:
    I think people get worried that Microsoft "embracing" Linux means they
    are going to then extinguish it or make it irrelevant against what
    Microsoft has to offer with Windows. I see the opposite happening:
    Within the next 10 years, Microsoft Windows will be a Linux distribution.

    10 or 15 years ago I expected Microsoft to do that; i.e., use the
    Linux kernel and add the various Windows APIs as libraries. Microsoft
    did not go there, but you can see in Android (especially the
    proprietary Google services, not the AOSP) how such a proprietarized
    Microsoft Windows-on-Linux distribution might look. But maybe
    Microsoft prefers to stick with their proprietary baseline to support bug-for-bug compatibility.

    - anton
    --
    M. Anton Ertl Some things have to be seen to be believed anton@mips.complang.tuwien.ac.at Most things have to be believed to be seen http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/anton/home.html
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