Lee Nux vs. U Boo Ntoo vs SUSE

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Alias, Oct 2, 2009.

  1. Alias

    Alias Guest

    Stop spamming this newsgroup with your ill informed drivel

    Alias
     
    Alias, Oct 2, 2009
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  2. BoonToo 2 hours? holy crap. Suse 11.1 installed on my system in about 40
    minutes.
    Compare that to Ubuntu Breezy Badger. I gave up on installing it after 3
    failed installs (the first two never made it to the actual installation
    sequence, and the third crashed and corrupted the partition table on my hard
    drive).

    That being said, you get what you pay for.
    In this case you pay NOTHING for Lee Nux. So you get sh** back.

    From what I can see they are not even half finished, I tried Ubuntu - its
    sleek appeal & Alias made it Goddlike in the eyes of unsuspecting
    unemployed, students and thrid-world fellows.
    Gee, YOU are gonna get a free OS!
    It looked OK until it started playing up. I mean wtf is "can't access tty;
    job control turned off"". No one seems to have a decent solution for the
    error either apart from fiddle around with all your drive settings for
    master/slave and pray, this just seems stupid considering Linux is supposed
    to be so great.
    Then this myth regarding Lee Nux "security".

    Right now I am running the following applications which cost $120,000+

    "Agilent Advanced Design System 2009 (ADS)", AWR Design Environment 2008,
    Cadence Allegro 16.0, Cadance Orcad 16.0, Altium Designer 2009
    Show me how it all can run on Lee Nux and I will send you $1000, if I am not
    interrupted by stupid error messages related to some kernel compilation,
    distro b**ing about some bits & pieces not quite playing well with each
    other.
     
    STAN STARINSKI, Oct 2, 2009
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  3. WHEN I GROW UP I WANNA BE LIKE YOU!
     
    STAN STARINSKI, Oct 2, 2009
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  4. When you grow up you want to be like a big steaming pile of donkey shit
     
    MARTHA STARINSKI, Oct 2, 2009
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