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Posted 01-19-2009 at 01:25 PM byAGer (Void cries or bashing time)
Originally Posted by jlinkels
This thread is drifting pretty much away... but there I go: What do you mean with this statement? Nowhere in terms of vendor lock-in, licencing, stupid pop-ups, or nowhere in terms of what a decent desktop should offer the user?
This is the question I got and, in order to keep the original thread on track, I opt to answer it here.
Desktop Linux is nowhere in terms of the adoption rate. Just look at the w3schools statistics. Depending on how you look at it, Linux will either...
Hello Everybody, I am very to new Linux well I lose all my knowledge after leaving college over 12yrs ago. Now my questions is Im working on Oracle Cert 10g. However, I am having issues trying to install 10g, but I need to setup everything threw Linux 1st. I created my groupadd user everything. But I dont know if all the files and directory are in place. I download differenct but having isses open I am running into is the unzip packages. How do I install packages "like this rpm -q make gcc...
Well, I have been a member of LinuxQuestions for a few years, and the forum was invaluable to help me get going and sort out all those issues we used to get with earlier versions of Fedora, etc.
Well we are 100% Linux in my house - I prefer Fedora as it is similar to RedHat, which is often a prerequisite for Server Software (used in my job).
I got an Aspire One (110, Linpus version) for Christmas. This is an amazing PC, boots in 15 seconds and runs effectively a version of...