Tag: CentOS

Tuttle: Neither Gone Nor Forgotten

April 10th, 2006, No Comments

So just when I thought the whole Tuttle story had wound down, more starts appearing. The Register has a new article: Only “freaks” waste their time with Linux in Oklahoma. In it, they posted a video clip from an Oklahoma TV station that called Tuttle “an international laughing stock.” Quite a funny little piece. The […]

Oklahoma Man asks The Register to turn off the Internet

March 30th, 2006, No Comments

A couple of days ago, I mentioned the Register article about the Tuttle, OK city manager that threatened to call the FBI on a Linux developer because his webhost misconfigured their server. Now The Register has a great followup. Apprently people all over are justifiably upset at the city manager. There are also some great […]

Tuttle, OK city manager offered choice about being an idiot

March 25th, 2006, 2 Comments

I just read a story on The Register entitled Oklahoma city threatens to call FBI over “renegade” Linux maker. Quite hilarious. Apparently Jerry Taylor, city manager for Tuttle, Oklahoma, noticed that the city’s webpage wasn’t working right. He got the default “test page” for the Apache webserver on CentOS. Instead of calling the hosting company, […]


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