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Saturday, March 25th, 2006

This Is Rich…

I got a visit from The Man. No, not company officers trying to see what I’m writing about my employer, not the Department of Homeland Security (again!), I mean THE MAN – take a look:

Visit Detail
Domain Name (Network)
IP Address   205.248.102.# (Microsoft Corp)
Host Name
ISP   INFONET Services Corporation
Continent  :  North America
Country  :  United States
State  :  Washington
City  :  Redmond
Lat/Long  :  47.6788, -122.121
Distance  :  1,060 miles
Language   English (United States)
Operating System   Microsoft WinXP
Browser   Firefox
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/20060111 Firefox/
Javascript   version 1.5

Resolution  :  1600 x 1200
Color Depth  :  32 bits

Time of Visit   Mar 24 2006 4:09:53 pm
Last Page View   Mar 24 2006 4:09:53 pm
Visit Length   0 seconds
Page Views   1
Referring URL…zilla:en-US:official
Search Engine
Search Words fc4 install network drivers
Visit Entry Page   http://www.gregrperr…inux-install-success
Visit Exit Page   http://www.gregrperr…inux-install-success
Out Click    
Time Zone   UTC-8:00
Visitor’s Time   Mar 24 2006 4:09:53 pm
Visit Number   4,192

I was just tickled to see someone from Microsoft coming here to look for information about installing Fedora Core 4. And what’s more – take a look at the browser my MS visitor was using – Firefox! What, Internet Explorer isn’t good enough for you guys? This really is rich…

Posted by Greg in My Website


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3 Responses to “This Is Rich…”

  1. Ramblings » Blog Archive » Companies Supporting Open-Source says:

    […] Hmmm – now it makes sense that Microsoft came to my blog looking for Linux driver information. They must be building a knowledgebase for support! […]

  2. Robert Millan says:

    And it’s much worse if you note what he was looking for:

    fc4 install network drivers

  3. Greg says:

    It actually makes sense to me now – it was probably part of their research for their Virtual Server, which can run Red Hat and SuSE.