Unlike the majority of people who post on the forum (I'd guess), I really can't get into Linux. I'm more in the Linux haters' camp, to be honest.muto wrote: I'm moving more and more into Linux.
In fairness, it's great OS for security auditing, as there are so many tools written for it- Backtrack will always be something I keep in my toolkit, as it's an excellent collection of stuff.
But the interface, the command line shells, the ridiculous file system layout, applications with different and obscure command sequences, silly names for tools at the terminal, no proper help command, and Ubuntu's version naming (What's the latest version called, dyslexic donkey?) all really get on my nerves.
I'd really like to like Linux, as it's great in principle, and it's nice to see the efforts that go into its development. But until it works practically for me, then Windows 7 is on my laptop to stay.
*end inarticulate rant*
P.S. There's a great book out there (which is free to download) called The Unix Haters' Handbook- I'd urge anyone to read it; it sums up my frustrations in a succinct and humorous way.