On Tue 08 Aug 2017 at 13:01:30 -0500, Doug wrote:
> It always amazes me that people who get a driver made specifically for a
> device, a driver that has significantly more capability than one that came
> with their Linux os,
> would refuse to use it. It hasn't cost them anything, just as the Linux os
> hasn't cost them anything, so it is FREE. (Don't tell me they paid for it
> with the printer--they
> couldn't have bought the printer without subsidizing the driver, so
> essentially it is free.) Same goes for video drivers. It's like trying to
> swim with one hand tied behind your back.
It's strange, isn't it, that some people do not want to knuckle under
and do what they are told is best for them. The same people want some
control over the goods they own and the services they use. Wierdos.
Ignore them and join the hive.