Pub Member / Supporter
- Feb 13, 2005
Since I value my rights as a consumer I will NEVER "upgrade" to DRM Vista. I'll go linux before I'll ever use Vista.
I told my wife that Vista would be the reason that she ends up on some form of Linux or BSD within the next few years.
I'd love to move to winXP x64 edition to do a few things, but there is no version of Real Player working with any of the x64 editions of Windows and believe it or not, that is a mandatory program for me to have as it's the only way to backdoor into the BBC to listen to football matches that are otherwise blacked out in the US.
And I ain't livin' without my footy.
Since there are working versions of Real Player for all of the major Linux and BSD distros, it's just a slow matter of time before she's running Ubuntu or something like that.
That Bill Gates, the RIAA and the Hollywood Studios are the best thing that ever happened to Linux.