I’ve Learned to Like Linux (but Not to Love it)

So far, Linux has run just fine, hasn’t crashed, and seems to offer tremendous flexibility, but this comes at the price of complexity. Up to a point, Linux is as easy to use as any other mainstream operating system. But after that point is passed, the water gets very deep, very quickly–as my monitor resolution issue serves to illustrate. Windows also suffers from this “easy up to a point” issue, but the point is a good bit farther down the road than it is in Linux.” The second part of David Coursey’s trip to the Linux world.


  1. 2002-06-21 9:38 am