Most of the savings from Linux desktops come from reduced administration costs–like rolling a custom RPM-based load that installs itself. Read the article online at LinuxJournal. On the printed version of the new issue of the LinuxJournal magazine, you will find “The Grand Unified Desktop” by Marco Fioretti: “Applications written for a variety of toolkits are coming together in a free best-of-breed desktop. To work together seamlessly, though, they need to follow important new standards.“
Hacking Red Hat Kickstart
2003-03-11 Red Hat 3 Comments
words like “best-of-breed” and “seamless integration” generally promise that the writer hasn’t a clue in all matters technological. Caveat emptor.
The article was an excellent read. Eventually I’d like to employee that mechanism in my business.
“words like “best-of-breed” and “seamless integration” generally promise that the writer hasn’t a clue in all matters technological. Caveat emptor.”
If your going to judge an article by a couple of words in the summary, it shows your the one who doesn’t have a clue. Caveat emptor indeed. Especially regarding internet forum posters it would seem.