> ...so um, why not just use Windows...then you won't have to worry
> about it magically forgetting all your settings and such just because
> of a power outage or if someone yanks teh plug...*shrugs*...what
> exactly are you doing in Linux that you can't do on Windows?
Anything I can do in Windows (that *I* personally need) I can do in
Linux, and vice-versa. There isn't any other reason other than
personal preference. I just happen to really like Linux.
Turns out she didn't really do any damage. I forgot that when I
installed, I set up the root partition with journalling, so it
corrected any disk errors without problems.
- Re: Events on Serial port
... And you don't have any control, because specially Windows is far from ... Adding artificial delays after sending each character ... may help, but there is no guaranty, neither for Linux ... and your serial driver settings. ...
- Re: Methods to convert Windows Code to Linux Code
... Rearchitect and rewrite your app to remove it's Windows dependancies ... Linux isn't Windows, and programs written for Windows are ... you can't tweak system settings through the registry. ... Per-user config files override systemwide ...
- Re: Screen and image size
... in Linux. ... the image size is perfect in both of Windows cases. ... I am using Kickstart to adjust the settings in X Configurator. ...
- Re: Macbook - worth it?
... MacBook Pro and they also have iPads, ... Where you say "fiddle" what I see is "Windows is so fragile that ... may screw up their settings / systems (and they end up with multiple ... I have the latter here on a Linux / W7 box. ...
- Re: Existing DSL not detected by re-install
... That's written on the bottom of the modem for "Advanced Modem ... "The modem is reported to work under Linux out of the box." ... The card works on the Windows side, and *did* work on the Linux side. ... I don't want to change *standard* settings. ...