January 12, 2004
Linux on the desktop

The Linux desktop is much talked about, but not widely deployed. If I were the network manager for a huge office network of mostly boring browserlike data entry clients I would consider MandrakeMove a game changer. On the fly hardware detection, i.e. the simplest install you could possibly think of and with al features of a modern desktop (internet, multimedia, MS Office compatible productivity apps).
The "Linux Lifeboat" run from CD concept is nothing new but the completeness and hardware discovery features are.

Posted by Claus at January 12, 2004 05:15 PM | TrackBack (0)
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Im planning on buying a usb memory stick on my vacation to thailand, propably cheaper there than here, and then make netbsd boot from it.

Posted by: Bo on January 14, 2004 11:16 PM
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