[dba-Tech] Deepin Linux

Stuart McLachlan stuart at lexacorp.com.pg
Wed Jul 24 00:44:00 CDT 2013

And that, ladies and gentlemen is why Linux has such a hard time getting a pruchase in a 
business environment.

I personally am VERY glad that there are only a limited number of Windows desktops so that 
I can talk Susie User through things.


On 23 Jul 2013 at 15:55, Jim Lawrence wrote:

> Hi Gustav:
> Variety is the spice of life and these distros are not a stand-alone
> OSS but more likef a pretty desktop on top of
> Linux-Debian/Slackware/Fedora and so on. This of course allows anyone
> with more time than they know what to do with, to crank out their
> desktops and customize their own working environment to the nth degree
> and then post it and see if there are other that agree. 
> I personally wish Windows was like that so there would be dozens of
> desktops for every situation and platform... and easy to exchange if
> so desired. Microsoft's virtual bare-bones command-prompt server is
> starting to attract this type of attention and we may have a number of
> distro to choose from, in the future. 

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