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    Re: GNU/Linux for Small Business

    It is the business owner, but if he was supplied bad tools, he is not going to be happy at the least.

    When I give a client a piece of software, it is up to the business to insert the rates into...
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    Re: GNU/Linux for Small Business

    One must simply(simplify) what a business needs most now(right now) and what will be the next step.


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    IF a business has inventory and sells from the inventory, then the sales application...
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    Re: GNU/Linux for Small Business

    Since I write the software and for small to large businesses, let me state an ipinion?

    accounting is accounting and size is just how much is put in. One makes a chart of accounts to start a...
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    Re: What can Windows do that Linux can't?

    I have built hudreds of applications and websites on windows over the years, but many of those are sitting on linux servers around the country. Windows and linux both have their place.

    I just...
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    Re: Things that you dislike in Ubuntu

    Thank you.

    reset = adjust settings - add, delete, modify lines

    I have tried to log in a root and that has not happened at all. On the install I added a password for root which was obviously...
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    Re: Things that you dislike in Ubuntu

    the installers suck. if you choose apps to install and one fails, there become major problems for NEW users and I am one of those.

    Trying to reset any system file would be a pain even if I knew...
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