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Offline syhprum

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« on: 16/02/2008 18:03:56 »
Not exactly physics but every would be physicist must know how to work a computer these days.
Are many of you using Linux (I am struggling with 'Ubuntu') and would like to hear your comments.
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« Reply #1 on: 16/02/2008 19:11:47 »
Not exactly physics but every would be physicist must know how to work a computer these days.
Are many of you using Linux (I am struggling with 'Ubuntu') and would like to hear your comments.

I am using Linux, but Debian, and I am only using it as a server, so have not got the windowing environment up and running.

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« Reply #2 on: 16/02/2008 20:33:46 »
I use Debian too, but with a graphic front end. I like it.

The flavour of Linux I use is very stable and I've never had any trouble with it. I had it set up for me as I don't know a lot about the inner workings.
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