Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 2nd Oct 2009 22:27 UTC, submitted by twitterfire
Hardware, Embedded Systems We already introduced Dell's new laptop wonder, the Z600, to you earlier this week. What makes this laptop special is that it contains a small ARM motherboard which runs a special version of openSUSE Linux, allowing for instant access to basic functionality like checking email, browsing the web, and playing multimedia files. What's news, at least for OSNews, is that research from Dell has shown that people spent 70% of their time in the Linux environment.
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Suspending is like cheating
by soulrebel123 on Fri 2nd Oct 2009 22:44 UTC
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The OS has to boot fast, not relying on a battery.
I shutdown and boot up. I want an optimized boot process, but a complete OS every time.

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RE: Suspending is like cheating
by DOSguy on Fri 2nd Oct 2009 22:52 in reply to "Suspending is like cheating"
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You might want to try Haiku ;)

Personally, for quick mail sending/reading and visiting websites I prefer to use a mobile phone.

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jello Member since:

Tried the HAIKU alpha on 2 different computers (2 and 5 years old computers) and none boots through the desktop.
The older computer stays dark while the younger one at least shows the HAIKU text and some small pictures.

This said HAIKU has still a long way to go until it's usable for every day usage...

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