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« on: Tue Jan 10, 2012 - 18:53:36 »
Who else is using it?

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Re: Linux
« Reply #1 on: Wed Jan 11, 2012 - 08:10:23 »
I have Ubuntu on my laptop (dual boot system with Win7) and on a netbook.

I use it some but it is still a bit klunky. I definately do NOT like the new Unity desktop that one friend described as the "Fisher Price interface."

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« Reply #2 on: Sun Feb 05, 2012 - 01:53:27 »
Just like Star Wars Episode 1, San Fransisco, and guacamole, Unity does not exist in my world.  I just refuse to accept it's existance.

Currently, I'm running three linux machines.

My desktop is a 2.8Ghz p4 with a gig of ram, 16gb solid state drive, and 4tb IDE drive (for swap, /tmp, /srv, /var, and /home since those are the partitions that get the most writes, which kills SSD's.)  Running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

My laptop is an old 600mhz with 256mb of ram and a 20gb drive running lubuntu (lxde instead of gnome)  The only time I really use it is for service calls to friend's houses to fix their computers.  It is a huge help to have ssh and ethereal handy.

The third machine is a VPN/mail/samba/cloud server running ubuntu server 10.04 on a  dual processor 2ghz P4 (x2) with 4GB ram, a 16gb ssd, and raid 1+0'd 1tb IDE's.  A few weeks ago someone gave me an old MPVPN that had a 4port gigabit NIC in it that I threw in my server and boy has that helped!  4x 10/100/1000 ports plugged into the internet.  My files sync almost before I'm through typing the commands.

 

     
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