2004年11月30日

左派们关于微软和Linux的流行误导和谎言

左派们是一贯反对,痛恨作为资本主义最高形式的大型成功企业的。所以才会有克林顿政府大肆起诉微软公司,以及现在美国最左的州,麻省,还在继续这场官司。

当Enron, WorldCom, Global Crossing等公司和个人在疯狂作假,欺骗股民的时候,政府不去调查和处理这些理应由政府,也只有政府能处理的犯罪行为,反而让司法部投入大量资源起诉微软公司这个美国经济的领头羊和典范,同时鼓吹泡沫经济,纵容金融诈骗,弄虚作假,使华尔街和美国经济近于崩溃。左派们试图颠覆资本主义制度的用心良苦。

可笑的是左派们和主流媒体还喜欢造谣说Enron等是布什政府的丑闻。他们不但拿不出来任何确实的证据,还故意向受众隐瞒Enron, WorldCom, Global Crossing等公司约80%的犯罪行为发生在克林顿当政时的事实。

另一方面,草根左派们利用互联网时代的特点,通过盗窃SCO Unix的知识产权,“发明”了Linux。Linux作为一个既成事实,SCO的的法律诉讼前景不明。仔细观察Linux和自由软件(Open Source)运动的头面人物和网站,他们无不倾向于极左的价值观。他们认为资本主义的知识产权(IP)制度是邪恶的;通过IP来赚钱是不道德的;大公司更是邪恶的,等等。

草根左派们在反对微软时采用了一些似是而非的谎言和左派惯用的宣传伎俩。总结如下:

1,微软产品不好,经常要打补丁。

事实是,互联网时代的任何产品都要打补丁。一个从不打补丁的软件很可能是开发商已经放弃了对它的支持。Linux也同样要经常打补丁.

2,微软产品不好,有更多的Bug

事实是,微软产品拥有多得多的用户。用户多,安装多,使用时间长,所发现的BUG当然会多。其次,微软软件的问题被左派媒体宣传暴光的机会远远大于Linux。Linux的BUG也不少,只是一般人不知道,也不关心。

3,微软产品不好,太贵了

事实是,微软产品非常宜于使用,管理和维护,最后的实际成本并不高。另一方面,对企业来说,Linux也并非免费的。Red Hat Linux的企业版本的使用年费已经高达$1000左右。注意,那是一年的费用,而微软产品是可以终身拥有的。对于小企业来说,定购微软的Action Pack, 每年只要USD 300左右。

4,微软产品不好,有安全问题

事实是,多数网络安全问题的原因是黑客程序攻击已经发现和公布的安全漏洞。用户没有及时下载微软的安全补丁。微软其实想让用户的Windows自动下载和安装补丁。但是左派们对用户隐私问题特别敏感,总是大声反对这种做法。

事实是,微软产品打补丁的效率比Linux更高(详见: www.securitypipeline.com/trends/18700103)。

事实是,微软产品拥有多得多的用户。因而黑客们更喜欢把注意力集中在微软产品上。

5,微软产品不好,不便于使用

事实是,真正用过Linux的人知道,Linux的易用性是如此这般的差,以致于很难把它作为一个一般用户的桌面操作系统。

5,微软产品不好,传播Email病毒

事实是,看Email不会被感染和传播病毒。一般的无知用户打开并运行附件,才会感染和传播病毒。这实际上与前互联网时代,用户运行来路不明的软盘上的程序而感染病毒是一样的。

绝大多数用户使用微软产品看Email,所以病毒制造者更喜欢把注意力集中在微软产品上。

6,微软产品不好,传播间谍软件和广告软件

事实是,所有通过浏览器安装的间谍软件和广告软件都需要经过用户点击同意。

微软是美国资本主义自由企业精神的一个成功典范。左派们使用他们惯用的宣传手法对微软进行诽谤,确实迷惑了不少一般用户。微软的软件产品有不少缺点,微软公司有时过于傲慢,过于自以为是的聪明。但是所有这些发展中的问题与左派活动分子们所宣传的微软产品和微软公司的问题相去很远。美国的资本主义自由企业精神还将继续成功下去。

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匿名 说...

linux was created by a uni student in Finland named Linus Torvalds in 90's and yes it's open source. after that, there're thousands of programers contributed their intellegent onto it. there're so many different versions of linux, like red hat, SuSE,Debian or Turbo linux. some of them are purely free and others are developed by commercial company. compared with Windows, linux is more stable, more secured and has good performance on most of platforms except performing on huge super computers(Windows 2000 better on this). and it's easy to install and administrate. it support more hardware platform.
thers's a version of linux named lindows for PC, most of linux are designed for Servers.
asking any system administrators, you will realise that linux can run on system for a year or two while Windows could only run a few weeks(NT) or couple of months before crash(windows 2000).
read your article, i can see that you are not familiar
in this area. so don't know how you can mix a technical issue with political one.

今日评论员 说...

>> linux was created by a uni student in Finland named Linus Torvalds in 90's and yes it's open source.

I know this; I know Linus. But do you believe Mr Linus personally wrote millions of lines of code in Linux? That's odd!

>>compared with Windows, linux is more stable, more secured and has good performance on most of platforms

Incorrect. Windows 2000/03 won't crash as you said. I see Linux is a buggy software without formal quality control like MS has. How can a beta software be more stable?

>>and it's easy to install and administrate.

Incorrect. If you even dare to claim Linux is easier than Windows to install and admin, it only shows you don't know Linux or Windows. Everyone knows Windows is easier.

>>thers's a version of linux named lindows for PC, most of linux are designed for Servers.

I know the **former** lindows, too. They are "designed" for servers because they can't compete with Windows on desktop applications.

>> asking any system administrators, you will realise that linux can run on system for a year or two while Windows could only run a few weeks(NT) or couple of months before crash(windows 2000).

Perhaps only liberal sys admin:)

>>read your article, i can see that you are not familiar in this area.

I am definitely more familiar than your imagination of me. I use both Linux and Windows everyday.

>> so don't know how you can mix a technical issue with political one.

Luckily I don't yet have to retract any facts I said above.

匿名 说...

Sir,
using linux everyday doesn't mean you have to be very familiar with administration, likewise to users worked on PC everyday, they don't have to familiar with Windows 2000 server. :)
when talking about easy admin on linux, i mean on remote admin mainly. one thing you are right, for most end user, installation for linux is complicated than Windows.

i bet you never tried linux and Windows NT running on same platform to check their stability. linux would run forever(its regular update in two years, so it has
to be stoped and updated) while for windows NT, can it
continously be running on for one month? and perhaps you don't have NT on your PC, then try 2000, see how long it can be running.(more than two months? ;) )

there's no doubt that microsoft occupied market with better commercial strategy and for same reason, they cann't wait for the OS to be leased with bugs as less as they can, since they cann't lose the market.

as to linux breaching copy right of unix, that's legal
issue, i don't know about that, for sure linus was very familiar with unix source codes. the fact is that
linus Torvalds is still the legal owner of linux's trade mark.

while for microsoft, if you are aware that windows NT(an acronym for new technology as MS claims) was actually stole from Novell's netware, its active directory, clustering and lots of other things. as i know novell didn't sue MS for that. not mention DOS was created by MS, and its first GUI version(win95) grabed many things from apple's OS.

anyway, i still think it's purely technical and commercial probelm, not concerned with left and right wing at all.

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今日评论员 说...

The open source movement is trying to bring back the socialism idea. They are advocating the communistic idea of everyone shares everything with others. That's it and it did not work for other things and won't work for the software industry either.

Another aspect of the modern liberalism is it advocating elitism. Liberals think they are experts or have higher degrees. Therefore they have more common sense than the regular people; therefore they can disregard people’s mind even when people have spoken out. They try to use communistic propaganda to fool people as they are doing everyday in the TV news.

Elitism is exactly what the open source movement is doing too. You still do not get it. Does it matter what you elites think Linux is better or not? Doesn’t it also mean Linux would cost more in term of labor because it requires you elites to install and manage it? People won’t buy into this idea. Sometime propaganda really works. But in a basically free society it won’t work forever. Good luck.

匿名 说...

perhaps open source movement(if there's such movement ;) ) originated from socialism idea, i never paid attention
towards this sorts of things.
the reason i raised up question is that you opposed the criticism upon Windows which is truth and reality, at least i think they're. things like you denied that IE would permits some executable files to be installed onto your machine without your consent. as a matter of fact, IE sometimes pop up a dialog box asking permittion of users, unfortunately it doesn't ask permittion from users all the time. while Mozilla( a variant of netscape, another free browser:( )would never allow such things from happening. the reason for
mozilla of free charge is that IE is sold as free package of Windows.

the sad thing is, whether you like it or not, linux is competing the market which used to be occupied by MS not only in network OS area but also in PCs, many independent surveys have indicated this trends. some of them(linux) are free and others are not.

time will tell that in the near future linux would squeeze Windows out of the market, which was occupied by MS in a immoral way which they claimed tactically, through its advantages of robust, compability of hardware and security.
and MS stay in market in a proper position which it should be.

今日评论员 说...

>>IE sometimes pop up a dialog box asking permittion of users, unfortunately it doesn't ask permittion from users all the time.

Sir, could you pls provide an example of your assertion, e.g., a URL to show such case? Hehe...

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Anonymous写道...

Sir,
can you recognise this info below:

Site http://www.rxhj.net Last reboot 4 days ago

perhaps you don't know what it is. since i guess you're actually leasing a website service from some ISP. but you can ask your ISP which run your RXHJ website. why don't they use MS OS and its web sever instead of Linux and Apache which unfortunately are currently the OS and web servers support your web service to your custumers. i bet they will give you a satisfactory answers on behalf of me. Hohoho.

merry chrismas and happy new year.

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Sir,

your post is deleted and re-posted as above by me. Only some detailed, irrelevant info about rxhj.net is removed. Also your using of some long seperator (=====) caused some problem in this page.

I understand the info about rxhj.net is public and I know well how to get it from tucows domain helper. But I feel uncomfortable anyway that someone's personal data is posted on my blog. I have nothing to do with rxhj.net.

You did not answer my question.

Do you also notice in your post: Site http://www.rxhj.net Last reboot 4 days ago.

Someone claimed that Linux won't need to reboot forever:)

In term of market share, I think MSIIS still has more or similar market share with Aparche. The only reason most people choose Aparche is that it's free, isn't it? You gave only one website to make your argument -- that makes no sense.

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匿名 说...

yes sir,
the last post looks properly for viewing. pls keep them for a while.

P.S: your blog is host by google inc, so precisely speaking it's your web page rather than your website. :)

匿名 说...

Sir,
another clue here, for those 18 website links you recommmended for visitors, which might have some common ideas with you(political right wings?) i guess, it is four out of eighteen running Windows and all the others are under Linux or freeBSD. ;)
what a pity! what world this is! it's overwhelming.

this poor world is full of stupid left wing of politics!
according to your allegations.

even though i still reckon it's pure techtical and commercial issues rather than politicals. hohohoooooo

merry chrismas and happy new year.

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匿名 说...

Anonymous写道...
hohohooooooo
sir,
then what about this one,
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http://tocom.blogspot.com was running Apache on Linux when last queried at 25-Dec-2004 07:31:21 GMT - refresh now
Site Report FAQ
OS Server Last changed IP address Netblock Owner
Linux Apache 25-Dec-2004 66.102.15.101 Google Inc
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you must be aware what it is?!

public websites info are not pensonal data.
i quote them here is for my point.

besides, website need to reboot their system for many
reasonable reasons, such as update new webpages, new applications installations etc etc.

the issues i talked about MS OS is concerned with system clash without any reason.

P.S: pls leave your website details in the post, it's important evidence verify my point.
i've previewed my last post before publication,(lucky there's preview function) there's no problem as you claimed. pls don't delete them for that execuse.

12/25/2004

今日评论员 说...

Sir your post caused the right column of this page move down a whole block. Be sure to check carefully.

匿名 说...

hohohohoooooo
Sir,
who is the host of this blog, no doubt it's you.

do what ever you think properly to it!

thanks for your patience to keep the post about your website details, you can do anything to it now.

i think we both have expressed our opinions clearly,i assure this would be my last post to your blog.

bloody chinese never face to reality and tell the truth, aren't they ?

hohohooooooooo

merry chrismas and happy new year.

今日评论员 说...

You have left my question of 12/21 unanswered:

>>>>IE sometimes pop up a dialog box asking permittion of users, unfortunately it doesn't ask permittion from users all the time.

>Sir, could you pls provide an example of your assertion, e.g., a URL to show such case?

Instead, you switched to an irrelevant topic. Even on this irrelevant topic, you refused to use the industry statistical data of web servers and instead of relying on a few specific websites to support your argument.

Many Chinese and lefties argue serious topics just like this way.

But I really appreciate that you posted here. It's a honor to me to have active visitors like you.

匿名 说...

Sir,
sorry to break my last assurance, the reason to post again is for your iterative question about online article regarding to the flaw of IE installing program without notifying users.

actually i'd rather judge things based on my own experience instead of listening from others. in order to make you happy, i paste part of essay about IE flaw.
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Security information company Secunia has advised users of Internet Explorer versions 5.01, 5.5 and 6 that the browser contains a vulnerability which could affect even those with fully patched systems.

According to Secunia's advisory, published last Thursday, "the vulnerability is caused due to insufficient validation of drag and drop events issued from the "Internet" zone to local resources." An attack could happen, for instance, when the victim visits a malicious Web site and clicks on a graphic. An arbitrary executable file would then be planted in the user's startup folder and be executed the next time Windows starts up.

The flaw is rated by Secunia as "highly critical", but, according to website ZDNet, Microsoft does not agree with the rating. The software company says the issue cannot be considered a serious threat since the victim would have to be tricked into visiting a Web site and taking some action at the site.

More about the vulnerability can be found at Secunia.com - Microsoft Internet Explorer Drag and Drop Vulnerability.

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here is the web addr for this article, if you want more, there're hundreds of them up there. :)

i'm not saying IE can't has flaws and vulnerabilities like any other programs do. but the thing is that they ofen deny critism and even just ignore the flaws and put loss to the customers. like the song sangs,"let it be".
you don't have to ask me to support this assertion, surf this website and you will find them all by yourself. http://secunia.com/
for sure this is my last post to you.
hohohoooooo

今日评论员 说...

Your last comment hid the date of that security flaw. As I stated in my original article, there are security flaws in all operating systems. I would like you to point out one such flaw that would affect a current user using the most current system. After all, the "current danger" is the reason the linux or firefox fans advocate for stopping using IE. Show me, pls.

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匿名 说...

sir,
pls find the URL about the article i paste last post.
i will stop playing this game with you anymore, it's meaningless to me now. to dispute with a dishonorable disputer is not interested thing at all

infosatellite.com12/28/2004

今日评论员 说...

Fine, so you escaped the open question again and turned to personal attack. Even personal attack is fine if you make reasonable arguments. Please show your argument and supporting evidences of your so-called "dishonorable disputer". Have a good one!

匿名 说...

anyone who read above posts would need read this one as well, or you would probably be misleaded ;-) (these quotation here are from critisizing articls on the original one claims windows are more secure than linux from the website where host got the article)
"A significant flaw in the title of your March 22, 2005 article 'Report: Windows Security Beats Linux' is that Red Hat Enterprise server is not Linux, but a Linux distribution. The title of the article calls the bias of Security Pipeline into question. An unbiased title would read something like 'Microsoft-Funded Report Claims Windows Security Beats Red Hat Linux.' An unbiased journalist would have asked tougher questions about the testing criteria, and would have made a point of informing the reader that more secure Linux distributions like Slackware and Gentoo were not part of the comparison.

"Over 40 Linux distributions are available for comparison, yet only one commercial version of a Linux distribution was used for the security comparison. Marketing-communications firm AvanteGarde recently published the results of a penetration test which examined the security of Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, and Linspire's distribution of Linux. The Windows boxes were compromised within four minutes, while the Linspire and Mac OS X boxes were not compromised at all. To make the conclusion 'Windows security beats Linux' without first clarifying what Linux is, without scrutinizing the testing criteria, or comparing the report to similar reports is misleading and inaccurate."



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今日评论员 说...

Why is there a question of “security”? If you don’t know, I can tell you. It’s because of the popularity of the Internet. Were the Internet and the TCP/IP protocol first available in Unix? This is not an inherited problem for Windows, rather than an inherited problem of Unix/TCPIP. In addition, the email protocol originated from Unix has serious design flaws that caused most of today’s problems of SPAM and virus distributions. So, blame Unix/Internet/TCPIP/Email, instead.

Then you mentioned other varieties of Linux. Well, don’t you agree that all OSes could have security problems that no one could have thought of in advance? That’s just the nature of the Internet. If you agree this, how can I trust these no-name varieties? Firstly, they haven’t been used and challenged widely on the Internet scale, like the MS Windows. Secondly, when there is a security hole found, how can I expect it would be fixed quickly, given the very limited resources available at these no-name Linux distributors? Give me a break: they don’t count!

匿名 说...

hahaha

匿名 说...

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your blog ISP probably forgot to tell you what OS and web servers they are using, don't you realized what sort of risk you're facing.

your personal details might be exposed to inrelevant people and sells for commercial usages. if i were you i would change my ISP promptly to total MS windows customers. be hurry!!!