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August 16, 2006

Judge Linux by Current Experience and Nothing Else

by @ 11:47 am. Filed under General Linux, My Opinion

This article rules. People who judge Linux by heresay, M$ FUD, or old experience (even a few months old) need to try a current distro before they can beat on Linux too hard. Especially if they tried the wrong distro. Danijel Orsolic++

2 Responses to “Judge Linux by Current Experience and Nothing Else”

  1. heathenx Says:

    i second that.

  2. Hylke Says:

    Let’s compare the two:

    When I want to install Windows XP i have to:
    – install a Firewall
    – install a virusscanner
    – install a spyware/adware cleaner
    – install an office suite
    – install firefox
    – install video drivers

    And on the long run:
    – install updates
    – defrag the harddrives
    – scan for virusses
    – scan for spyware/adware
    – fix all random glitches that appear without me changing a thing
    – reboot from a hang, or when the system starts to slow down
    – BUY a new version of Windows, because all new software need all the “new” features of Vista

    ————————-

    Installing SUSE:
    – install propietary video drivers

    And on the long run:
    – Install updates

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