Dual booting a netbook would be rather silly, anyway. One of the reasons to install Ubuntu Netbook Remix is because of how quickly it starts from a cold boot.
I brought my ThinkPad to the office today to install Ubuntu.
well not mine i think it would be ok since it has 2g mem and 250 g drive. i did have xp and win 7 dual on it for 1 day then decided fuck it. linux
so much shit to read with no time to read it today...
fuck boston they lost!!!
chicago over miami in 5 games.
Are you off your meds? The hell are you talking about sports in your own Linux thread?
there is a linux thread here ... wow, come to join me at the Beijing Linux user Group, every second tuesday every month, not sooo geeky, lots of socializing as well www.beijinglug.org
The local DNS doesn't like your URL, Xuedi.
In the world of webservers and enterprise network rather than personal OS, Linux still holds its ground... Many people simply go for MS and Apple cos they are more popular... but if you require rare unique features like tunneling, ubuntu tops the chart...
MS is working pretty hard to meet most security requirements of today's networked computer.... So if OpenSource / Linux doesn't come up with something more ground-breaking soon as a personal OS, it may be netscaped. Surely, not anytime soon...