From: Greg Pierce
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Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 05:58:13 GMT
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> On Tue, 24 Sep 2002 03:36:47 GMT, Jim Thompson
>>Why don't you get at least Second Edition? I know, I tend to hang in
>>there forever too... I just recently switched from '95 to 2000 on my
> Nope. I had SE on this machine when I got it. Stripped it off. Much
> leaner and meaner now. IEradicator made it an official "Windows98
> Lite" edition and I benchmark with my 700 MHz Cyrix P-III at 1.4GHz
> Less hassles, less crashes, more resources for my recording studio -
> nope, never SE again.
> Due to the software I have for the studio, I can't do Linux either -
> *nix sux0rz at multi-media.
Actually, if you look around the 'net, you might be surprised at the
cool MM stuff for *NIX boxes - check out SourceForge (hehehe, do a
search for Crystal Space.. not audio related as such, but REAL cool
for graphics and animation!).
That is the one thing though... until mainstreamers start porting their
wares to Linux, you either have to look real hard, or start writing
code. Me? I like writing code, so it works for me. As of late, I have
been writing a lot of stuff in Python; when you dont need the bleeding
edge speed, it is MUCH faster and easier (especially for GUIs). Easy
to learn too ;-)
-- unknown UNIX/Linux hack