What really happened with Apple and Linux? Answered
As a faithful Linux user, I know that I am obligated to disparage and insult Apple every time I receive the opportunity to do so. What I want to know is why this is so. I understand the fact that their computers are built really tight and that they (like Microsoft) cater to a market of users that I'm supposed to feel superior to because I can take my computer apart and put it back together. I generally get a bad, anti-modding vibe from their devices as well. However, I really have no idea why Apple is so disliked amongst the open-source community. If anyone could explain what all of this is about (specifically Apple's use of Unix), I would much appreciate it.