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Re: [SLE] Novell reports loss
  • From: Alfredo Yunes <alyunes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 28 May 2005 15:06:15 -0400
  • Message-id: <1117307175.12468.4.camel@xxxxxxxxxx>
Installs like a dream for you, but for me it doesn't. Xandros also
doesn't support other things like SMP, among many other things, on
Deluxe 3.0. You have to buy the Business Edition for that.


Alfredo





On Sat, 2005-05-28 at 09:26 -0700, Randall R Schulz wrote:

> Basil,
>
> On Saturday 28 May 2005 06:44, Basil Chupin wrote:
> > ...
> >
> > Why don't people try Xandros Deluxe v3.0? Installs like a dream,
> > recognises all the hardware, automatically resizes Windows partitions
> > during installation, the sound works from the start, installs during
> > the installation process the nVidia driver without all the crap about
> > proprietary s/ware, and it even runs some M$ software like Photoshop
> > and Office because it comes with CrossOver Office. Oh, and when you
> > turn off the Screensaver it actually turns off and stays off.
>
> And already behind the times: Kernel 2.6.9, KDE 3.3, OO.o 1.1, X.org
> 6.7, Java 1.4.2, CrossOver Office 4.1 (which is a 30-day trial only).
> Limited s/w: Reiser and Ext3 only, e.g. But what would we expect:
> "Based on Debian..."
>
> See
> <http://www.xandros.com/products/home/desktopsurf/dsk_surf_details.html>.
>
> Generally speaking, there's no reason to think this distribution is any
> more impervious to things breaking (the screen saver, e.g.) as an
> individual user starts modifying and extending the configuration. And
> for what it's worth, I've not had any problem controlling my screen
> saver.
>
> This distribution may be a good choice for some users, but probably not
> for those of us for whom SuSE is a good choice.
>
>
> > Personally I think this is the future desktop OS to replace M$, but
> > what do I know.
>
> Only you know what you know.
>
>
> > ...
>
>
> Randall Schulz
>
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