Re: Why Windows is Easier than Linux For An End User, Especially for Multimedia work.
From: kier (vallon_at_tiscali.co.uk)
Date: Mon, 27 Dec 2004 01:45:29 +0000
On Sun, 26 Dec 2004 20:27:08 -0500, Robin Chandler wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Dec 2004 01:16:46 +0000, kier <email@example.com> wrote:
>>Why use Xmms. Try KsCD.
> KSCD can't do DAE..
You were talking about *playing* audio CDs, weren't you? That's what KsCD
is for. You want to rip, use grip, or any number of other apps designed
>>Usually enabled by default. If not, it's usually a trivial matter to pump
>>up the volume.
> Better check the Linux groups for posts concerning the topic.
How old are those posts? Is everyone in the world supposed to be in the
same boat? Do you judge Linux performance by google? I judge it by using
it, every day.
>>> Now make certain to raise all the volumes, on all mixers because Linux
>>> seems to set them to zero and BTW if you reboot there is no guarantee
>>> they will be set back.
>>Huh? What are you on about?
>>> Check the number of threads that talk about this, going back to 2000
>>> or so.
And again, it's just a google groups thread, not the end of the world.
What about all the satisfied users who don't need to complain? How do you
count them? I have three PCs and a laptop. They all have sound. Sound for
Linux may have been problematic in the past, but it's hardly an issue now.
And that's *SUSE*. That's not all of Linux, by a long, long way.
> Snip-----The rantings of another Linux zealot loonie
Hah hahah hahah! Pathetic troll.
Free clue: I'm not a zealot, a loonie, or anything but a sensible honest
user. Sure, some stuff will fail to work, for some users. That's true of
any platform, it's certainly not exclusive to Linux.