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    Re: How fast is linux really?

    Hard to compare on a machine that has never ever seen a version of windows in its entire lifetime.
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    Re: HP Sees Huge Linux Desktop Deals

    SuSE is a very good Linux distribution and good enough to convince users when it will come preinstalled.

    And Red Hat has seriously missed big business. I think that it was good for Novell to do...
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    Re: How fast is linux really?

    What about re-building Linux for adapting to the newly created desktop needs?

    X shouldn't be a layer, more a part of the kernel.
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    Re: KDE Conundrum

    Do you have any HowTo to achieve this?
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    Re: How fast is linux really?

    Where do you put ArchLinux, which I use at home?
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    Re: How fast is linux really?

    I want to compare a fully featured system, for sure.
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    Re: How fast is linux really?

    It emphasizes on empricism and I have to admit: I second it in some way, but not 100%.
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    Re: How fast is linux really?

    Actually, it was said, that Linux is 20 to 30% faster than Darwin. But still slower than WXP. But one can't compare I assume, as Windows is built to offer a system necessarily base upon GUI. Linux...
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    Re: HP Sees Huge Linux Desktop Deals

    With Linux ever getting into big business it's most assuredly SuSE Linux, which will be preinstalled on the machine, as one has to notice. With Novell, they have a rather big enterprise behind the...
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    How fast is linux really?

    Good morning,

    lately I ran into one of the many arguments pro/contra Linux, Windows XP and Mac OS X in the context of the news, that Apple has a rapidly growing market share and becomes more and...
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    Re: My preferred desktop environment is:

    I strongly prefer KDE over everything else I ran into, up to now. It's providing me the customizability and workflow I long for and is also quite fast and reliable.

    Check out KDEmod, an optimized...
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    Re: Pick your distro..

    This is another option but I like the Arch way more, overall. The fully command-line-based configs, the package managing system and, most important point, the rolling release system. It's more...
  13. Poll: Re: What are your system specs

    My new machine
  14. Re: Looking for: A decent configuration for a new workstation

    Guess why I went for the LiteOn. It's solid quality but it's very noisy - so I avoid to use it more often than necessary.
  15. Re: Looking for: A decent configuration for a new workstation

    Good evening,

    I just wanted to tell you that my new machine is standing right beside my feet. I had troubles building it up, fastening the cooler was quite complicated so I had to repeat the whole...
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    Re: Pick your distro..

    My main machine runs ArchLinux 0.8 Voodoo ALPHA and it has its problems to get to work with my wireless card - I think I revert to 0.7.2 (gimmick).

    I prefer ArchLinux over Ubuntu because it gives...
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    Poll: Re: 2007: Quit smoking?

    I have never started smoking so there is no sense in stopping what I do not even do.

    Good luck and all the best, though. Smoking is like a disease I think.
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    Poll: Re: PC or no PC ?

    I am online. So I will tomorrow. And I'm fine with it.
  19. Re: Interesting read: impact of Windows Vista

    This will only drive the people away from Windows I assume. Microsoft cannot force hardware vendors to stop supporting open source. If - for instance - Intel releases an open source driver and the...
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    Re: favourite artist

    That's an extremely hard question, though. I have lots of artists I like but measured by quantity it was Devin Townsend throughout the last few weeks.

    I also like other progressive artists like...
  21. Re: Looking for: A decent configuration for a new workstation

    Sorry for the double posting, but I have some last questions:

    At the moment I have the choice between two DVD/RW-drives, which are at low cost and avaialbe at my local retailer's.

    Lite-On...
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    Re: Ubuntu Coffee

    I drink milk, how geekish.
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    Re: how would you rate your parents?

    Ultra-conservative I would sometimes call them, their education really reflects the rural area they origin from and still living in. I am rather a rebel compared to them but we have a rather good...
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    Re: Looking for: in-earphones

    Good morning,

    I bought the Creative EP630 and it's time for a small review.

    It's awful. I sent them back after merely two or three hours of usage, if you touch the cable it echoes in your ears...
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    Re: Music Player

    I use KDE ever since and therefore I was using Amarok ever since (I liked amaroK as name a lot better). Amarok is great, you cannot err going for it.
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