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Is It Time to Cleave Linux in Two?


"Would you try to pull a mobile home with an economy car?" asked blogger hairyfeet. "Of course not -- yet you are gonna take a single OS and shoehorn it into a desktop AND a server workload? Talk about jack of all trades and master of none!" Servers don't really need graphics, and the same goes for sound. "For the server, it's all about I/O. And with desktops? Exactly the opposite."
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Opera Sings for Linux Users, With Just a Few Sour Notes


With its speedy interface, Opera can load graphics-laden websites with numerous tabs already opened. A digital speed meter is visible in the URL showing quantity of data and connection speed. I really like the Opera Turbo Settings feature. Opera speeds up browsing on slow networks. You can choose to disable the turbo effect, leave it on by default, or automatically enable it when needed.
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Re: Life After Microsoft: IT Utopia or 'Apocalyptic Tailspin'? 2  Runaway1956   2010-02-01 10:22:01 
Re: What Does It Take to Be a Linux Guru? 2  kwacka   2010-01-31 06:40:55 
Re: Frankencamera Could Herald a New Digital Photography Era 4  DavidBarns   2010-01-28 05:59:35 
Re: Geany's Almost Magical Text-Editing Capabilities 3  DavidBarns   2010-01-27 05:40:09 
Re: Report: Linux Gains Ground, Windows Stumbles 2  dibee37   2010-01-27 00:21:52 
Re: No Country for Linux Newbies? 5  pogson   2010-01-25 16:19:16 
Re: New Year, New Adventures in Software Application Development 4  umuzaffar   2010-01-11 18:10:10 
Re: Another Year, Another Microsoft Job Targeting FOSS 2  apexwm   2010-01-08 12:54:44 
Re: China's Latest Knockoff: Ubuntu in XP Clothing 2  godzero   2009-12-29 06:36:52 
Re: Could Linux Use Some Bells and Whistles? 2  packets   2009-12-26 10:54:03 
Re: A Linuxy Christmas Carol: Visions of FOSS Past, Present and Future 2  Runaway1956   2009-12-21 13:47:41 
Re: Samsung's New Android: It's Fun to Live in the Moment 2  Kagsj   2009-12-18 12:27:35 
Re: AT&T May Offer Acrobatic Android 2  ricegf   2009-12-18 04:43:32 
Re: Chrome for Linux: Good Browsers Come to Those Who Wait 2  Pats71   2009-12-16 07:00:24 
Re: Geek Holiday Guide: Gifts, Stress-Busters and a Fast Track to Jan. 4 2  Valasule   2009-12-14 07:28:54 
Re: The Next Open Source Revolution: The Democratization of BPM 5  patf   2009-12-09 14:52:43 
Re: Is Bad Documentation Derailing Linux? 8  eset   2009-12-09 13:44:23 
Re: Google Pledges to Open AppJet EtherPads After User Outcry 2  ricegf   2009-12-09 05:16:42 
Re: Dell Offers Unpolished Chrome OS for Mini Netbooks 2  litl_phil   2009-12-02 14:26:29 
Re: One More Turkey? 'Fired for Using Linux' 3  Big_Jim   2009-11-30 10:37:24 

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