On 04/01/2014 06:54 PM, Randy Fitzgerald wrote:
I downloaded that version, all purple color for laptops, and it was
biggest piece of shit i ever seen.,it ran like a virtual machine,slow.
My version was an Ubuntu release.It went over like a lead balloon.Any
RAMDRIVE OS like puppy linux, on a live cd, would have blown the doors
off of it.I,am running Fedora 19 xfce with the latest kernel release,13
and it makes windows 8.1 Pro, look like a turtle with Arthritis.The
Fedora project and Redhat need to straighten out the same old package
installer issues, were any downloaded gzip or zip ect..which is not a
yum package, does not auto install, like Microsoft windows,your never
going to win over the masses unless this OS is an auto
installer,seamless downloads which an install sheild, builds an
installer,then remedies all of it like yum does. and puts it all in
nice and neatly in the proper directories, for every app,just like
Microsoft windows OS.The learning curve is high enough, this turns away
many newbies, and even many old timers,i only want to do command line
apps, when i absolutely must. Every app, must have a GUI or it wont get
used, by any newbies,or any one else other than the old time linux
people, who do everything on the command line.People do not have time
for this in today's world.Tighten up the wi-fi security, make it so
tight it can drop any attempts to connect, to hot spot routers.we use
these hotspot routers because they are the only device small and
portable,and rechargable batteries.These kids are stealing
wi-fi,service, on a massive scale.we have no idea when any intrusion
occurred?. Just some ideas, thank you, Randy S. Fitzgerald.
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