I think you're confused, I wasn't saying that there weren't items out there that don't have a comparable Windows version. I was trying to get my head around the obvious contradiction of the poster stating that there would never be software that equals Linux software and then going on to state several examples of ports that are out there.
As to the ILM software, why should I care in the least what OS they're using? I don't have anything against Linux, it just isn't an OS that I'm going to use because the one I use now does everything that I need it to and I'm willing to pay to get that functionality. Would a Linux user say the same? According to this article I'd say probably not.
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