[SATLUG] New Laptop

phn1x phnx.lists at gmail.com
Fri Feb 29 07:26:11 CST 2008

"Ubuntu appears to
be the most likely candidate to replace the M$ desktop"

it's already been tested, I think the outcome was crap but that's just my
opinion. But, your right Ubuntu is an up and comer in the desktop world.
I've been using it for a while, but mostly because it saves me the headache
of getting things working. as for other comments, yea.. I've used ubuntu on
the top and vmware in the back to host my bsd installs and everything else.

I took the advice from a frend about a year ago to drop the crutch "ms" and
just start using linux. I went home one day, formatted the OS drive and have
been running all linux since. It's amazing how
1) You learn really quick how to get around and do everything you need
2) How you really dont need windows for anything (except some of the Reverse
engineering tools I use, btu thats what vm is for )

On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 4:57 PM, Walt DuBose <dubose at texas.net> wrote:

> toddwbucy at grandecom.net wrote:
> > Quoting phn1x <phnx.lists at gmail.com>:
> >
> >
> >>But.... Ubuntu works with everything!
> >
> > which is precisely the reason that I am willing to run Alpha grade
> software from
> > Ubuntu.  It just works.
> > Stick that in you hard drive Bill Gates!
> >
> > Todd
> >
> >
> Todd,
> My wife and I got new Acer laptops for Christmas...we gave each other a
> laptop :-)
> My wife has to keep her's loaded with M$ because of her job but I, right
> off the
> bat, wiped out M$ by loading Ubuntu.
> I've been working with Linux since the 29-30 floppy version of SLS that
> Bob
> Tracy gave me.  I have tried most of the distros and to date, Ubuntu
> appears to
> be the most likely candidate to replace the M$ desktop.  I believe that it
> still
> neds a lot of polishing...but could certainly be the distro to knock M$
> down.
> Walt
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