Who uses Linux?

Discussion in 'Computer Science & Culture' started by Saint, Sep 12, 2005.

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  1. Upquark Registered Senior Member

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    indeed, but e17 runs circles around it. lightweight and all the eye candy you could want
     
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  3. Anomalous Banned Banned

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    Thanks for the tip. I didnt think about that before. I too have a lightweight something that I can log into, thanks.
     
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    It's at an experimental stage! I'm not going to do any production work atop an experimental and non finished window manager.
     
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  7. Anomalous Banned Banned

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    I will use ICEWM
     
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    Why are U so helpful, r u a spy, I mean these day people are too selfish unlike what U seem to be ?
     
  10. Gustav Banned Banned

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    my g3 had a gentoo
    cli only
    gui under dev
    that was way back in the day

    i guess porting is now redundant with macintel as the def platform
     
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    :roflmao:....funnnnnnyyyy

    50-50 posts baby.
     
  12. [a-5] Sex machine, coin operated. Registered Senior Member

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    1. Just what the fuck is a Lunux?
     
  13. firdroirich A friend of The Friends Registered Senior Member

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    I use ubuntu gutsy with fluxbox on 1 pc, freebsd and backtrack2 on another. I was always into more than just solitaire and minesweeper, so linux is just right for me

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  14. w1z4rd Cry the beloved country Valued Senior Member

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    I use Kubuntu (KDE heavy version of Ubuntu ... I just dont like gnome...). It rocks, and all my hardware, from my bluetooth dongle, to my huawei modem through to my cannon camera were picked up first time and I did not need to install a single driver... and then compiz-fusion to sex up the interface.
     
  15. Gustav Banned Banned

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    fuck me charlie
    too cool

    /awe at linux users

    time to switch, negroes
     
  16. Gustav Banned Banned

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    my next destop will be a black screen and a blinking curser at cli

    hello spooky
    the matrix has you


    muhahaha
     
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  18. USS Exeter unamerican american Registered Senior Member

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    It's a computer operating system (unless you were being sarcastic) used by NASA and also used as a back-up system for Window's main servers.

    I've used Linux often and it is very computer-modding friendly. What I mean is that you can edit the software's systems to change it without being halted. Windows Vista will deny you access from software operating files.
     
  19. river-wind Valued Senior Member

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    Currently, the only linux system I have going is a Fedora-based setup - an OLPC.

    Super-simple interface with enough power for the original Sim City, a Terminal, and word processor. The Mozilla-based web browser isn't too shabby either, and wireless worked right out of the box.

    1) OSX: daily use
    2) Win XP: work use and
    3) OLPC fedora w/sugar UI: playing around, learning python and writing stuff while sitting outside. reflective screen, w00t!
     
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