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Thread: WINDOWS vs LINUX




  1. #21
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    I went to far with that. I got what I deserved. I'm done for tonight. Sorry.:(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yawgm0th
    Linux isn't invulnerable, but it's a lot harder to screw with than Linux
    :AAO voice:
    "That dont make no sense at all......"

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    Opps. It was kind of late when I posted that. I meant "Linux isn't invulnerable, but it's a lot harder to screw with Linux." But I bet you knew what I meant....

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    I had a lot of stuff messed up in that post. I tend to leave out a word or throw an extra one in every once in a while when I type long posts and don't read them through when done.

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    Heh, I do the same thing, well, I've been reading, and Linux is cool to screw around with, but its not what I'm looking for. If I build a server I'll def use it, but that's it. Right now I'm going to stick with XP because I know it really well, and I mostly do gaming, web surfing, word processing, and minimal file editing. Thanks for all the links though, : peace2: Mista K6
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    thats the thing. everybodys used to windows, so switchin to linux could take a long time to learn, so i suppose most people will put it on dual boot with windows.
    CJC

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    Re-compile the kernal. Youll learn quite alot about how the system works if you look into it enough.

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