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If I'm going to by a computer I want to be able to choose what OS I want on it. I want to be able to choose if I would like to pay 120€ more for a computer only because it's Windows on it, I want to be able to choose if I want to pay the double price because its Mac on it, I want to be able to choose if I only want to pay for the computer and have Linux on it.
Freedom is good. If I'm going to buy a car I can choose brand. It ain't that obvious when buying a computer. If I want a Mac I can...
I was deeply saddened by the minimum system requirements for the new Fedora 15. I really cannot understand why the Fedora project is moving away from what I used to believe was its original goal. I mean, I have been using Fedora since its first version was released, but now, I have to look elsewhere, since it simply won't run on my system anymore
Even though they say that it won't run on my system, I will at least try my best to make it work before I give up.