[Nelug] RE: Lindows

Andy Hoult gonkster at jolt.co.uk
Thu Oct 30 12:30:20 UTC 2003

Personally I hate it, its also not freely available for download.
You'll be lucky if any hardware works with it either :)

My favourite has to be RedHat 9.0, there's even apt-get for redhat now that
makes updates nice and easy ;)


Andy Hoult
AKA Gonkster
Jolt Administrator

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   1. Lindows anyone? (Peter Mains)


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>From what I've gathered, Lindows seems
to be classed as "Noddy's" Linux by
many. Does anyone have any experience
of this? Is it a distribution which
might reduce my 'linux learning curve'
gradient? I would welcome any advice.

Peter Mains


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