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Jaunty Jackalope: Are Alarm Bells Ringing in Redmond?

Apr 27, 2009, 20:51 (6 Talkback[s])
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"'I Prefer Debian'

"Not everyone was ready to jump aboard the Ubuntu bandwagon just yet, however.

"For example: "I have used Ubuntu in education, but I prefer Debian, the mothership," educator and blogger Robert Pogson told LinuxInsider. "Ubuntu has added some nice features to the desktop, but they tend to get in the way of what I do in schools."

"A widget that checks the print queue every second, for example, "is wonderful for a single PC, but on a GNU/Linux terminal server it was a significant load on the CPU and network," he explained."

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