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Old 01-29-2006, 12:46 PM   #1
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LXer: OpenSolaris (maybe) dual licensed GPLv3


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Want to laugh and get sick at the same time? Then click on this link and get a picture of the mouth that ate Silicon Valley. Sun's buffoon says little of substance, but he continues to rattle away. In this article he's bragging about the 4 million downloads of OpenSolaris. That's somewhere around the volume of Linux in a single day. But he continues to be impressed with himself. Whoever submitted this blog entry may not have realized the animosity some of us have for the clown of Mountain View. His comedy act: Never shutting up and never saying anything that works out. The moral of this introduction: Don't submit Jonathan's blog to Linux News.

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