On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 11:41, John Moylan wrote:
> Don't buy a powerbook unless you like having to map your F10 and F11
> keys to left and right click.
>> Whoever said MAC's were user friendly was nuts.
>each to their own.. I quite liked having F10 always be paste and found
it hard to go back to a mouse.
> Oh and have you tried to get an up-to-date Java SDK for Linux on PPC, or
> Flash, or Real Player, or setup Eclipse ------ don't go there. I know, I
> have a TI-Book - and it sucks.
>So, you're using binary only programs, and complaining they don't exist
for linux on ppc, which is a pretty small market.
If you're happy using binary only, why not use Mac OS-X? Get the
benefits of the laptop you have.
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