Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 31st Jul 2012 22:52 UTC, submitted by Dan Knight
Amiga & AROS Low End Mac's Sebastian Patten takes a look at MorphOS 3. "MorphOS is for Amiga users. Period. And it's for those Macintosh users who like to experiment and experience a new operating system on their PowerPC Macs. That's where I see myself, and I had a lot of fun playing around with MorphOS on my eMac. It is not a full OS X replacement, but it can come close to it, depending on your computer needs."
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RE: Comment by kurkosdr
by kenji on Wed 1st Aug 2012 18:57 UTC in reply to "Comment by kurkosdr"
kenji
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2009-04-08

When it's time to count advantages and features, if something is found in one distro, it becomes an advantage of "linux" as a whole. When it's time to count problems, it's "distribution-specific".

Depends on if the problem is with Linux proper (capital 'L'; the kernel) or the userland (distribution). It's weird logic that your using there and kernel versions (and therefore feature/bug set) vary between distributions.

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RE[2]: Comment by kurkosdr
by MOS6510 on Wed 1st Aug 2012 20:01 in reply to "RE: Comment by kurkosdr"
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2011-05-12

The problem is that any Linux related success stories are points for Linux, but when it's a fail Linux suddenly turns in to a kernel and has no blame. Even when the kernel is at fault hardware makers get the blame for not providing drivers.

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