Re: would linux be perfect someday?
From: NeoSadist (neosad1st_at_charter.net)
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 12:54:04 -0700
> first, im a really newbie in the linux world,but that question has
> been in my mind for a very long time, so, i know none OS is perfect
> right now and most of them never will, but i guess with the community
> support linux has maybe this could happen for it, the bugs in the
> kernel are fault of linux itself, thir-parties software, or hardware
> issues? i know some hardware vendors dont support linux, which for me
> doesnt make sense cos they wont lose anything if they deliver the
> source code to the devices or give their own made linux driver, must
> be a fact that some ppl using linux wanted to buy some hardware from
> "x" company but its lack of support to linux made the ppl brought
> another company's.
> and about the desktop environments, for me and still windows user is
> very difficult to get used to them, i know they *REALLY* look cool KDE
> rocks! blackbox and fluxbox 2 (IMO), but they have to be so different
> than windows?, in customizing linux has the lead but i think windows
> still has some useful things about desktop by default,but i know i
> have to get use to kde or whichever my desktop would be.
> anyway, im using linux cos all the knowledge it can bring only by
> customizing and securing, which is what im up to these days because i
> just installed slackware 9.1 =), know will be a long road but is worth
> it, i know i maybe get flamed or whatever, but i'll survive :)
> if u think my post was a lotta crap, would be nice if u reply only for
> the topic question
Nothing is perfect.
-- Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what is right. -- Salvor Hardin, "Foundation"