Wednesday 22nd October 2014Login | Register
Pages: 1 [2]

debian

« Reply #16 on 28/07/2007, 01:27 »
That is a good start. That was only a couple of months ago and I asume Dell and other companies are looking carefully at the outcome of this move. Hopefully it will be the start of the Linux revolution. I don't think we will be seeing Bill Gates on the bread line anytime soon though! LoL
As seen on TV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLOun9KthTM

Information about Hardware and Networking on my homemade webserver @ http://www.seanbranagh.ie now powered by Citrix XenServer and VM "Sideburns" running CentOS 5 & Apache 2
Logged
  • CWNA
  • Posts: 4614
  • Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
  • View Profile
« Reply #17 on 28/07/2007, 09:14 »
The last PC I purchased from Dell came with "FreeDOS", and is now running CentOS (RHEL).

And I am thinking about getting an Asus Eee;
http://crave.cnet.co.uk/l...,39029450,49291655,00.htm
http://www.hothardware.co...nds_on_with_the_ASUS_Eee/
once they hit the shops.

Chilly
CWNA ACMA VRCT
Logged
Pages: 1 [2]
Jump to:  

Related Sites

Community Apps

Here at Plusnet we're always trying to use clever open source things to make our lives easier. Sometimes we write our own and make other people's lives easier too!

View the Plusnet Open Source applications page

About Plusnet

We're a Yorkshire-based provider selling broadband and phone services to homes and businesses throughout the UK. Winner of the ISPA 2010 'Best Consumer Customer Service ISP' Award, we're proud to offer the UK's best value standalone broadband.

© Plusnet plc All Rights Reserved. E&OE

Powered by SMF | SMF © 2006-2008, Simple Machines LLC

Add to Technorati Favourites