bill gates linux
I am going to try one last time on this and then I
promise you won't here from me again.
GIVEN THE FOLLOWING :-
1/ there are millions of Windows and Dos
users out there.
2/ Ideally there should be equally millions of
Linux users out there.
3/ many of us millions don't want to give up
or find it usefull to keep our Dos and
4/ many of us millions would very much like to have
the option of using both systems on our computer.
WE WOULD LIKE THE FOLLOWING:-
1/ we don't want to have to know the technical
details of how to get to the step4/ above (in the
given table above).
2/we want one of the following:-
A/ to be able to insert a floppy disk into
our "a" drive , turn on the computer,
the computer then loads DOS or whatever
and eventually after enough time and floppys
have been fead into the drive we see an
up and running version of Linux.
or:.. B/ turn on the computer with a floppy
disk "a" which then prompts for a cd-rom
which then loads a version of Linux.
or:..c/ option 3 would be to allow Windows to
to boot up and click on a cd-rom drive.
and then the program on the cd would modify
my computer so that Windows and Linux
can run on the same machine.
3/ Windows under Linux or Visa versa
4/ some way the two can interact on
the same machine
5/ or some combination of 1/2/3/4
IF you think that this can't be done then
fine; but I bet Linus Torvalds could do it.
I know bill can't do it he
is too busy adding more bells and
whistles to Windows4000 .
Please don't take my pleadings to be for
myself personally. There will come a time
when the world wide demand for operating systems
will be huge.This will come from third world
countrys where literacy is low and computer
literacy is even lower. I respectfully place
myself in that catagory.
TO your greater success!! THANK YOU FOR YOUR
PATIENCE GOOD BY.