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#11
It'll come when I can afford a new computer, haha

objection...
linux machine - what is that ?
do you have PC or TERMINAL ??
come on Marcus--- we all know for dual boot..right
and when you become linux user?
hmm that is really strange to me...
for windows (if is C case ) you can use PellesC . very good C compiler
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#12
(08-12-2018, 12:26 AM)Aurel Wrote: objection...
linux machine - what is that ?

Some of us really, really don't like dual boot systems.

I keep my Linux on separate boxen too, you know.
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#13
"Linux machine - what is that?"

"That" has been my operating system for the past 13 years... My first year, I used to 'dual boot', then went 'cold turkey'. Best decision yet. Windows - What is that? For me... a distant memory... lol
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#14
Dual boot is not an option for me anymore. Win 10 update can wipe your Linux or break the bootloader. Some distros have problems with booting in Uefi mode, but when you switch to legacy mode you won't be able to boot Windows. During XP/7 era there was no problem with dual boot machines, but Win 10 is a different story.
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#15
(08-13-2018, 04:47 PM)Tomaaz Wrote: Dual boot is not an option for me anymore. Win 10 update can wipe your Linux or break the bootloader. Some distros have problems with booting in Uefi mode, but when you switch to legacy mode you won't be able to  boot Windows. During XP/7 era there was no problem with dual boot machines, but Win 10 is a different story.

I refuse to have anything to do with any version of Windows beyond 7.

The business model is designed to lock you into their operating system and their way of doing stuff.

[goes off on a rant about it being my machine, not theirs ....]
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#16
WOW...WOW...WOW
Easy guys...easy...
When I say there is no such a PC called LINUX MACHINE - I have a right!
that is the FACT.
For example i have one older pc where i use wifi slaxin dual boot with xp3 without any
problem ,also i have one really old pc with Slitaz only installed on HDD with just 2GB.
Be oriented to linux only this days really sucks.

And ,,do you really know what you have on your linux machine?
I want be so sure about that .

...and yikes ..Tomaaz is alive ...yipie as main Lurker. Big Grin
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#17
Yes, I'm alive. And I can see that you still don't understand other people's posts and don't know what's going on in IT world.

1. Why do you talk about dual boot with XP when we have already agreed that there was no problem with XP or 7?
2. Trying to use obscure distros instead of something popular is the best way to "prove" that Linux is still unusable.
3. There are companies selling Linux machines.
4. Using Linux only is much easier today than, let's say, 5 years ago, due to things being moved to cloud and mobile.
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#18
Yes, I'm alive. And I can see that you still don't understand other people's posts and don't know what's going on in IT world.
- ohoho good to know that i am stupid little jerk who don't understand other people..really
>>> stupid is type of reaction >>><


1. Why do you talk about dual boot with XP when we have already agreed that there was no problem with XP or 7?
- ok you have a right about that Big Grin
2. Trying to use obscure distros instead of something popular is the best way to "prove" that Linux is still unusable.
- no just oposite... small distros work like charm for me
3. There are companies selling Linux machines.
- ihiiii - where ? here there is no such a computer shop
of course you can buy cheap comp with some distros like FreeDos or similar crap


4. Using Linux only is much easier today than, let's say, 5 years ago, due to things being moved to cloud and mobile. 
- i don't say that is Linux hard to use today ,it is easier than before of course but real advantage of that
is minor.

And for conclusion - there is no linux machine or windows machine
(well there are some attempt to lock BIOS for windows only -
but that is already cracked...hehehheh )
BEEEEEP.........
Big Grin
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#19
(08-15-2018, 07:22 PM)Aurel Wrote: - no just oposite... small distros work like charm for me

Sure, they do.

(08-15-2018, 07:22 PM)Aurel Wrote: - ihiiii - where ? here there is no such a computer shop

https://www.entroware.com/store/index.ph...ommon/home
https://system76.com/

But I'm not gonna argue - I believe that a local computer store in your village doesn't have anything with Linux.

(08-15-2018, 07:22 PM)Aurel Wrote: - i don't say that is Linux hard to use today ,it is easier than before of course but real advantage of that
is minor.

I was talking about something different. Several years ago getting rid of Windows was a bold move, because there was plenty of things you needed Windows for. That was the reason for the whole dual boot thing.  Nowadays, more and more people decide to use Linux only. I'm not saying that a total number of Linux users is going up quickly. I'm saying that more and more Linux users do not have a need to keep Windows on their machines. Of course, there are still areas where Linux sucks. Audio production and gaming are perfect examples here, but things like Internet, multimedia etc. work equally good.

(08-15-2018, 07:22 PM)Aurel Wrote: And for conclusion - there is no linux machine or windows machine

Well, maybe (depends in what context). But "Be oriented to linux only this days really sucks" is just nonsense.
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#20
But I'm not gonna argue - I believe that a local computer store in your village doesn't have anything with Linux.

Yeah...in a village called Croatia- only 4.3 mil of people ...
I really don't know for such a store Undecided 
We are WINDOWS country...he he Big Grin

Of course, there are still areas where Linux sucks.

..and I am pissed off because of that , I even try to build something for myself
for electronic but then i give up
ahhh  long story  .,...
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