Hunkering Down, Linux Style
Sep 05, 2009, 11:02 (1 Talkback[s])
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"The topic must have resounded with more than a few geeks,
because a flurry of comments followed on the blog itself as well as
elsewhere on Linux Today and on LXer.
""My most impressive setup was the Sinclair Spectrum and 286
sharing a desk, with both monitors on shelves and the printers,
joysticks, manual scanner and all external storage within easy
reach," wrote Pastychomper, for example, following Schroder's blog.
"Now I'm down to a single Linux box beside a desk, and have trouble
finding a CD amongst the mess. I have grand plans involving a
second monitor with a dual seat config so I don't have to
time-share with my wife, but time will tell."
"And on LXer: "My girlfriend and I just bought a big house and
in it I will finally have room for a proper office," began
Sander_Marechal. "It will house the server(s) and my main
development machine... Spread throughout the house will be UTP
sockets. Everything will be Cat5e and Cat6 into my office into a