Daily Archives: April 2, 2011

Collateral Damage Due to Radical Change in UI for Ubuntu

A review of the beta release of Ubuntu 11.04 shows the problems that happen with regular releases and radical change. Things break and the system is rough. That’s the advantage of Debian GNU/Linux testing flavour. They put all that rough … Continue reading

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Performance of Thin Clients on GNU/Linux

Intel wants you to buy powerful processors on thick clients. That’s where it gets the big bucks. When I saw a report of a test of thin clients sponsored by Intel, I paid attention. Here’s the crux of it: “In … Continue reading

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