RE: When a "shim" is not a "shim"
<insert OS name> pack?
<insert OS name> patch? (no I don't like that one either)
Or... for the marketing bods - give it a longer name and use the
abbreviation: Dynamic Thingy Option = D.T.O.
That's brilliant! Marketing can spin DTO as a feature, not a stop-gap fix. How about a song?
(to the tune of the Ronny and the Daytonas hit)
Little DTO, you're really running fine
Three OSes with a shim file, all for $389
Watch the patches booting up now, pay the kludge no mi-yi-yind
Come on and turn it on, boot it up, map the libs
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