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That's not the point of the story.
Post 23 Aug 2005, 14:51
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That's not the point of the story.

Why not? It is better for students to learn.
Aren't you worried about the quality of IT professionals and programmers in most companies?

btw. Linux isn't to blame for the unsupported hardware. It's a market singularity that could change when the monopolistic problem will be solved.
Post 23 Aug 2005, 15:05
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comrade wrote:
That's not the point of the story.
I've just intended to expound, that Windows must not be an idol for IT professionals of the future.
Post 23 Aug 2005, 17:00
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The point is not whether MCD will learn something new from using Linux, or that I am worried about it or not.

I am instead worried by his first statement:
MCD wrote:
Okay, I've been using M$ Win ows for about 5 years now, but I want to settle over to linux. I guess you linux folks hear this every day.


"I guess you linux folks here this every day.". Yes, you, the great linux folks, with your great operating system, you hear this everyday about another poor Winbloze user who wants to move to ur godly OS. Windows must die, yes, I love linux
Post 23 Aug 2005, 18:08
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comrade wrote:
Windows must die, yes, I love linux
Ok, I'm realizing your speedy recovery Smile.
Post 23 Aug 2005, 18:32
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As a Gentoo Developer, my vote goes for Gentoo Linux -- http://www.gentoo.org Very Happy
Post 23 Aug 2005, 18:33
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bazik wrote:
As a Gentoo Developer, my vote goes for Gentoo Linux -- http://www.gentoo.org Very Happy

Na, dann werde ich das einmal ausprobieren. Schon habe ich darüber ziemlich viele gute gehört.
Post 23 Aug 2005, 18:54
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bazik: Nice to see you again! Wink
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pelaillo wrote:
bazik: Nice to see you again! Wink


Thanks Smile I'll try to spend more time here Smile
Post 23 Aug 2005, 23:47
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I've started using Frugalware recently, and am liking it a lot
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Endre wrote:
bazik wrote:
As a Gentoo Developer, my vote goes for Gentoo Linux -- http://www.gentoo.org Very Happy

Na, dann werde ich das einmal ausprobieren. Schon habe ich darüber ziemlich viele gute gehört.


Ich habe Gentoo ungefaehr 2 jahren benuetzt und ich denk jemand soll gentoo ausprobieren. Der Install geht nicht so einfach wie andere distros, aber gentoo hat bessere optimizationen. Smile Portage, der gentoo installierer, kompiliert alles vom Quellungscode und fuehlt sowie BSD Ports.

Persoenlich, ich finde gentoo besser als die andere fuer programmieren. Smile

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aber gentoo hat bessere optimizationen. Smile

Ich meine aber, dass diese bessere Optimalisations-Möglichkeit der einzige Vorteil ist. Alles andere ist bloß eine Last. Wie gesagt, ich plane gentoo trotzt allem auszuprobieren.
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Please, speak English in this forum. We don't need another long discussion about which language to speak.
Post 24 Aug 2005, 16:39
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oh no u are feeling left out!
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Yes! Speak english! Imagine if everybody decides to write on your own language.... não seria nada interessante... hehe
Post 24 Aug 2005, 20:56
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נכון!
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ïàñòü ïîðâó, ìîãðàëû âûêîëþ
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here we go again.... Rolling Eyes
Post 25 Aug 2005, 23:39
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here is the list of "almost all" linux distro, unix clone and ...
http://www.frozentech.com/content/livecd.php?pick=All&sort=ImageSize&sm=0
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i use ubuntu, not bad, easy to use
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