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Re: Linux ready for the home desktop?

 >>>>> "Scott" == Scott Ehrlich <[hidden email]> writes: 

    Scott> I was considering re-introducing it to them at some other 
    Scott> point, until a few days later, my Linux box (Ubuntu) 
    Scott> presented me with a reminder why Windows and Mac are still 
    Scott> desktop-ready, but Linux isn't - the obligatory filesystem 
    Scott> check if the machine has been rebooted at least 30 times. 

But windows has to be rebooted all the time, and LINUX hardly ever 
does.  So if you set up powersaving right and just don't turn the 
machine off, you won't have anything like as much trouble with the 
obligatory fsck as you will with having to reboot windows. 

Laura (mailto:[hidden email] , ) 
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233 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139 

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