Yeah? Yeah? Well, emacs suxor, vi is 1337. Linux is lame and BSD rules. Amiga is WAY better than Atari ST - any fool can see that. C64 KILLS Apple ][. Republicans are the only true patriots. Abortions are evil. The east coast is smarter than the west coast. C is better than pascal. Intel is overpriced error filled crap. AMD all the way! Except, of course, that PPC are better, like all RISC chips. Zip disks are way cooler than LS120s. Thick crust pizza is the only real pizza. Preferences in files are better than preference servers. Break the big end of the egg first! Tea is better than coffee. The only way to eat an oreo is to pop the whole thing in your mouth and chomp down. And it takes 27 licks to get to the center of the Tootsie Pop. You haven't been around the internet long enough if you think that this is bad. :-) Still, I think that the original question is more than answered. :-) And, AFAICR, 2000/XP don't allow rebooting the way that 95 and 98 did into another OS. :-) On 2004-04-01 at 22:01:14 [-0500], Scott Donaldson wrote: >Who started off the Reference vs Pointer thing? >Its snow-balled and it can't be stopped. >Its interesting reading all the different views. I've only seen one question >cause more trouble, the evil "Intel vs AMD?" question. And before you think >of typing an anwser DON'T spare us all we love all CPU's because they run our >OSes for us. > Which brings me onto BeOS5 Personal edition, has anyone else had trouble with > running it on an XP system? I've given it, its own FAT32 partition and it > loads the bootloader from floppy, does some thinking then resets the system.