1 post • joined 11 Sep 2007
Love your statement: "But you can't get your work done on Linux or play good games. It's not a practical choice."
Guess my current career in IT is a figment of my imagination, including the bit where I use Fedora as my laptops operating system... Hmm...
TBH, for a techie, there are far more useful tools that come with the distribution - md5sum, ssh and bash itself are just a couple off the top of my head that I couldn't work without and guess what? They don't come with a Windows installation...
Totally with you on the games front however... Cedega (http://www.transgaming.com/) is cool, but by no means perfect, and I can't always wait for the latest game to be confirmed as working!
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