The Linux Gurus use willingly these two words: open and free but I haven’t felt that I am a very welcome customer to their sandbox. They, big and small Linux experts, haven’t given me a single answer to my questions. This has taken me by surprise because I thought that these guys are open-handed idealists who like to render the computing possible to all.
It’s true that Linux operating system is free but it is just the first step on the way to the computing world. If you don’t know how to use the Linux commands or you don’t have time to learn them you will meet the dead end sooner or later when you are using the Linux programs. In my case Ubuntu distribution stopped working after four months. After that I installed Mint. It has worked fine all the way, six months now, but I have been in trouble with my printer and command line sentences. The desktop blogging editors have not managed to upload any of my articles to the server without causing troubles. The printing has changed on the way from my computer to server. In spite of many queries I haven’t gotten any help from the user forums.
I have drawn a conclusion that Linux community is open and free to them who already know at least something about that operating system and programming there. Inexperienced new members are abandoned because they can’t add their mite to the pile. They are retarders who don’t teach any new tricks, and tricks are a vital condition for these gurus. They don’t know anything sweeter than solving out the difficult problems in the code. It is much more important than developing working and user friendly programs to the large amount of people. Well, I so suppose that it’s a good thing that this little cliquish circle is happy. It’s their freedom but it would be wished that they don’t shoot their mouths off. I have read many articles where it is said that the Linux world likes to serve the computing possible to all. All the people don’t have the extra time to learn to set up things in Linux.
I must stop hitting my head against the concrete wall and say goodbye to the Linux World. If I don’t have money to buy the Apple computer I am forced to use my old Windows computer and suffer from malwares or at least pay through my nose in order to get the same of those anti-malware programs. There are free versions of these products but they don’t give so good protection than paid ones. OK, Linux guys, have fun on your own playground. I hope that you get juicy code riddles to talk among yourselves to boredom. Perhaps it will open your eyes to see that there are much more people without nerd skills than with them in this world. Joy shared is joy doubled.