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Linux MeeGo is a Linux-based operating system designed by Intel and Nokia for netbooks and smart phones. Installing MeeGo on an Eee PC 1000 netbook is quick slick and easy. I found the user interface to be colourful and stylish with many quirky animations. MeeGo's features are easy to discover and it is fast and responsive.
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RE: 1990, thirty years ago?!?
by Anachronda on Wed 7th Jul 2010 06:28 UTC in reply to "1990, thirty years ago?!?"
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1990 is indeed only twenty years ago. I'm not certain which machines would still be referred to as "VAX-11" in 1990; I think by then they had gone onto monikers like "VAX 8210" and "VAX 8600".

Thirty years ago, the VAX-11/780 had to load its microcode and bootstrap from an 8" floppy.

Round about 27 years ago, machines like the VAX-11/730 loaded microcode and bootstrap from a tape drive connected over RS-232 at 19.2K baud. A netbook definitely boots faster than they did.

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