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Old 12-04-2004, 12:55 AM   #31
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And what happend?
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Old 12-04-2004, 12:59 AM   #32
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Default Re: Should Microsoft open their source code so that any programmer see if their are bugs

debian was apin and gentoo was well gentoo and redhat sucked bad cuase it was unstable as hell KDE crashed alot and then redhat forgot to put slot of the networkign packages on my cd and net wouldnt work, so i went to redhat.com to get them and they are only aval. to redhat network customers and didnt have one. i got an unnoficail one and it made it matters worse. so whats the point of having it if it wotn network.

but however my recent linux server has been allright though.

id go for linux as a server since its fast and not loaded down too much and can take gui out of serices and then it will run faster.

but windows is still my desktop chioce though
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Well we finally agree on something in this thread.
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cool. so its linux for server aggreed.
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Yup and Windows for home entertainment.
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yess and what media players/software you use?
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Default Re: Should Microsoft open their source code so that any programmer see if their are b

Accualy, as much as i love LINUX, i agree with that opinion. Linux is the best for servers and such, but for gaming and that kind of entertainment, i prefer Windows.

Edit: WHoa sorry, typo, that linux said agree...
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wheeeelllllllll what media apps yall use?
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Wow I think I'm gonna cry this is my second thread it's doing very well
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