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Originally posted by J_Szucs ...but my little son likes gaming and I cannot offer him anything on linux (not the number counts: he spends most of his time with two or three favourites - strangely enough these are old DOS games)...
try dosemu. I personally haven't tried it, but from what I hear, it's next to flawless.
yes , sure.
I installed in my machine both windows and linux, but believe me, I did opened my windows for many and many months.
I do everything in linux.
I develop in C and C++ with GUI fltk
I am a teacher and all my studients develop and prepare article and report on linux platform
I write document with Lyx (scientific word) interface for latex
and of course sound, image, and many other things ...
Sometimes I run my machine as a server web and server nfs to give students a possibility to download files ..;;
Even in Hollywood they use Linux more and more for 3D & related stuff, but I doubt that a lot of the software they use is Open Source. Maya and Houdini seem to be leading packages. Hey, The Lord of the Rings is made with Linux!