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This is for James, lol

https://www.petri.com/microsoft-is-bringing-sql-server-to-linux
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If this is what it takes for that pathetic toy OS to finally be useful, then so be it.

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If this is what it takes for that pathetic toy OS to finally be useful, then so be it.

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If this is what it takes for that pathetic toy OS to finally be useful, then so be it.


LOL. It is a toy OS but I have a feeling that there is an ulterior motive.  FreeBSD (Unix) would have been a better choice but it's Linux that poses a threat, although it's a minor threat, to MS.  A take over is in the works.  That's my prediction.


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@Tim,

Jackass.  [smile]

@donoli,

Yes, FREEBSD would have been the best choice.  I use Juniper and FreeBSD is rock solid.

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Yes, FREEBSD would have been the best choice.  I use Juniper and FreeBSD is rock solid.

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Cool SQL on the Firewall.

Never thought of that.

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I'd like to introduce the people I call my friends, ladies and gentlemen.

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With friends like you guys, who needs enemas.

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sudo apt-get sql
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It's sudo apt-get install sql  You have to tell it what to do with the program.
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Error: The program apt-get is currently not installed. You can install it by typing apt-get install apt
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Error: The program apt-get is currently not installed. You can install it by typing apt-get install apt


LOL that reminds me of the time I couldn't install the new Red Hat Pkg Manager because I didn't have the new Red Hat Pkg Manager.

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Don't forget the ancient Windows error: Keyboard not found. Press F1 to continue.


It's not a Windows error, it's a BIOS error. Happens still if you set error handling to "Halt on all errors" and don't plug a keyboard in. Last year somebody deployed this setting to 2000 thin clients (stacked in the imaging room without any peripherals attached) as a part of the imaging sequence. He had to plug a KBD into every single one :-)

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