On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 8:20 PM, Rory Browne <rbmlist at gmail.com> wrote:
> No offence, but to describe the OS on the aspire one as restricted is
> horseshit. It is based on, and is no more restricted than Fedora 8. It does
Well, nice one as a 'no offense' statement :)
> you can do pretty much anything on it that you can do in Fedora 8.
As mentioned, these are my first impressions. I've been toying with it
for a few hours and so far, i am liking it more and more. There is a
restoration DVD and my definition of a Linux laptop is that there is
nothing wrong in testing something else to compare. I never said I
bought it only to use it as a manager person :)
> desktop a bit ). Changing to Debian for such a machine ( lets face it you're
> not going to use this as your primary machine ) strikes me as taking a
> demolition ball to a nut.
I'll be happy to elaborate on the next POTD.
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