Linux Desktop Recommendations
mokeefe at qualcomm.com
Thu Jul 12 11:27:15 PDT 2001
Tracy R Reed wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 12, 2001 at 09:36:57AM -0700, Brian LaMere wrote:
> > I love Linux. Its a great OS. But its not for -everyone-, it can't do
> > -everything-. If he insists on using certain win32 apps, then he should
> Yes, you have already made your opinion on that quite clear.
> > Linux reigns in # crunching ($ per crunch) and file handling. Want a web
> > server, use Linux. Want to create Hidden Marcov Models, or do Structural
> > Analysis, use Linux. Want to make a pretty little presentation to wow your
> > shareholders...use windows. X is just not designed to be pretty. Its
> Want your mom and little brothers two thousand miles away to be able to
> write email, surf the web, do reports, play games?
Only 2000 ?
I've got my Mum using it on her laptop in Oz, about 5000 miles ?
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