Linked by Adam S on Tue 16th Aug 2005 16:02 UTC, submitted by anyweb
Fedora Core This light hearted review is a look at how a girl who uses Windows (and is non-technical) deals with using Fedora Linux instead. In fact, she likes it so much, she uses it all the time now. If she can use Fedora Linux, anyone can.
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RE[4]: Problems with Linux
by llanitedave on Tue 16th Aug 2005 18:46 UTC
llanitedave
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2005-07-24

"3. Because games are considerably more complex than office suites? Think input libraries, network libraries, sound libraries, graphics libraries"

Office suites have those same issues -- and more.

" ... Oh, and last I saw, most people compile Open Office from source."

That's simply false. This statement proves you're putting out more noise than knowledge.

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RE: RE[5]: Problems with Linux
by Tom K on Tue 16th Aug 2005 19:03 in reply to " RE[4]: Problems with Linux"
Tom K Member since:
2005-07-06

Office suites have to deal with hardware-accelerated sound and 3D-accelerated graphics? Give me a break.

@Anonymous: No, it's not easy, but it's guaranteed to work on *ALL* units out there once it's ported, because all of those units are identical. You can't possibly tell me that Linux systems are homogeneous.

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