Here she is again. This time NixiePixel is reviewing Ubuntu Lucid Lynx! Enjoy! :happy: …
..Mobile link: http://vuclip.com/w?cid=187925498&z=1102&frm=s
You can download the Ubuntu Lucid Lynx live cd here. :up:.http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/dvd/current/
:whistle: :whistle: :whistle: … I've seen only the pic … hm, she looks a little different 🙄 … but my ubuntu 10.04 looks different too … :right: so why not she … :left:
:eyes: I have to watch this at home … office is not a good place to watch Nixie :whistle:
i dont understand the language she speaks… :right:
Ooooh. I only speak British/dumbass. Explains everything
:sst:. It's American/geek :p.
Wow, that is very cool. :up: I want! 😥
Ohhhhh, so THAT's NixiePixel, Eh?As per your loose suggestion, Nixie can give it a shot if she wants to. She can TRY to convert me to a OS Problem Lover Linux Geek. But, I think if we actually battled it out LIVE Face to Face, I'd probably be more likely to convert HER to Windows XP … and maybe even back down to Windows 98. She wouldn't be able to resist my charm. Heyyy! I'm a force to be reckoned with. :norris:
Oh sure Chuck! :lol:.Sarah, you can download the live cd here. :up:.http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/dvd/current/
An interesting link I got by mail. Check on the graph by OS 😀http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/10187248.stm
It's actually well known that Linux has the greater market share in server and super-computer systems. Remember that a super-computer operating system has to be custom made for each super-computer. Linux is open-source which makes this customization a hell of a lot easier. Only Microsoft can customise a Windows system so they can (and do) charge the earth for this 'service'. Windows is not originally designed for multi-user support whereas Linux, based on main-frame Unix, is inherrently designed for multi-user support, a requirement for an internet server. That partially expains why Linux dominates the server market. :up:.In today's world, where every family member uses one machine for different reasons, it makes sense to use a multi-user OS. :yes:.
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