New Low Cost Linux PCs Offer Users A "Co-pilot" - Microsoft Windows

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  1. New Low Cost Linux PCs Offer Users A "Co-pilot"


    anon Oct 29 2003

    Linux PC users can now get a copilot with systems from CPUBuilders. The
    company's new line of PCs are now shipping with software tools that make
    using and administering the Linux operating system easier.
    ..
    ..
    The starter system, has a 1.3 GHz processor, 256MB DDR RAM, 40GB hard
    drive, 4 USB 2.0 ports, 52X CD-ROM, 6-IN-1 Card Reader, and software
    bundle for US $300 ...

    http://www.desktoplinux.com/news/NS9083518689.html

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  2. Re: New Low Cost Linux PCs Offer Users A "Co-pilot"

    Dr alw wrote:
    >> anon Oct 29 2003
    >>
    >> Linux PC users can now get a copilot with systems from CPUBuilders. The
    >> company's new line of PCs are now shipping with software tools that make
    >> using and administering the Linux operating system easier.


    BWAHAHAHAHAHAH!!
    And you linuxfux have been advocating how ****ing easy the ****e is to compile;
    You bunch of useless, boring, humourless, lumpen****ed dumb cunts!!


    >> The starter system, has a 1.3 GHz processor, 256MB DDR RAM, 40GB hard
    >> drive, 4 USB 2.0 ports, 52X CD-ROM, 6-IN-1 Card Reader, and software
    >> bundle for US $300 ...


    Don't you look at what you cut 'n paste, you moron?

    linux makes you stupid.
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    Some Big Cunt




  3. Re: New Low Cost Linux PCs Offer Users A "Co-pilot"

    Keyser Soze wrote:

    > Dr alw wrote:
    >
    >>>anon Oct 29 2003
    >>>
    >>>Linux PC users can now get a copilot with systems from CPUBuilders. The
    >>>company's new line of PCs are now shipping with software tools that make
    >>>using and administering the Linux operating system easier.

    >
    >
    > BWAHAHAHAHAHAH!!
    > And you linuxfux have been advocating how ****ing easy the ****e is to compile;
    > You bunch of useless, boring, humourless, lumpen****ed dumb cunts!!
    >
    >
    >
    >>>The starter system, has a 1.3 GHz processor, 256MB DDR RAM, 40GB hard
    >>>drive, 4 USB 2.0 ports, 52X CD-ROM, 6-IN-1 Card Reader, and software
    >>>bundle for US $300 ...

    >
    >
    > Don't you look at what you cut 'n paste, you moron?
    >
    > linux makes you stupid.


    Yeah, Alw is a major dumbass. But probably the 'software tools' are just
    a standard install of a decent package manager and automated scripts to
    update software on startup or something.


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