Namdrol wrote:I use an iMac. Superior machine.
Linux is ok, but I am no longer a systems engineer and I am too busy to worry about running shell scripts, recompiling apps, and so on. I used to use linux all the time, but mostly for network hacking when I worked as a systems engineer. Also, I have zero interest in unix as a hobby. I like the user experience on OS X. I used to be a certified MSCE, but I hate Windows. Windows sucks.
maybay wrote:Ubuntu's come a long way in the last few years Namdrol. Once its setup its a breeze.
Its a pity about Unity though. Gnome 2 was just fine. Hardware support is the main issue for me.
Virgo wrote:Hah! Chopra was great in that. "I am a human being, not a human thinking, not a human doing, a human being".
Now that's class.
I'm switching to windows.
Paul wrote:Just upgraded to a Mac. I usually loathe computers, but this one's different. The operating system's just amazingly well designed.
edearl wrote:Just learning how to set up a pool, actually. But, decided to offer my services to anyone who wants to download and run a simple Linux system--I'm not an expert, but have been using Linux for years. There are many experts who will give advice over the internet for free, just in case. Linux does not have drivers for all hardware, but it runs on many PCs. It has a package comparable with MS Office that is quite good. Some people run Linux on an older system, that is too small to run the latest Windows. Best of all, Linux is easy to download and install, and the price is right, $0.
Will wrote:I am using Snow Leopard because I heard of too many bugs in Lion. Anyone confirm or deny the flea-invested Lion rumors are true?
Tarpa wrote:Still running a 2005 1.25 Ghz. PPC G-4 e-mac with Leopard 10.5.6, can only put 1 GB. of ram in it so memories an issue but I mainly use it to run Pro Tools LE 8 and Reason 4 with no problems surprisingly, runs better than PT 6.9 on Tiger did.
Still putting along, the squirrel hasn't died yet.
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