Linked by Adam S on Mon 13th Dec 2004 05:37 UTC
Linux There's always a lot of excitement when a major Linux distribution has a new release - there's the clamour for the release notes and changelog, as well as the insatiable urge for screenshots and the search for the torrent for the ISOs. The release of Xandros Desktop 3.0 last week was no exception, with OS fanatics everywhere curious just what was in store. Read on for details.
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by raver31 on Mon 13th Dec 2004 16:19 UTC

you almost hit the nail on the head there.....

although, if someone was to set up his windows pc with 90% oss, he would need that 90% to be totally functional, and a better choice than what it was replacing. So there would be absolutely no point in using oss if a better alternative was available.

Now I am not the type of linux user that will tell everyone that if they want a linux program to "do something some way or another" then you need to code it yourself etc etc however... there is nothing to stop a normal user contacting the author and asking for a specific thing for the next version...

try it

they are all very much approachable.