[ubuntu-uk] ubuntu in india
scoundrel50a at gmail.com
Fri Jun 22 11:35:48 UTC 2012
On 22/06/2012 12:23, Liam Proven wrote:
> On 22 June 2012 09:48, scoundrel50a <scoundrel50a at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Having been somebody who bought an Acer Aspire One linux installed computer
>> from pcworld, the kernal installed was Linux Lite, and the guy told me, they
>> had had almost all the linux laptops returned, biggest reasons, couldnt get
>> it to connect to the internet, no support from ISPs, cant update/use apple
>> products, same with Android product.....which is why stopped selling them.
>> Acer Aspire also refused to support anybody who installed any other kernel
>> during the warranty period.......
>> Nowadays, people will be reluctant to use a computer they cant use their
>> apple products with.....
> It's an operating system, not a kernel.
Oh, thanks for correcting me.....I'll remember next time
> Also, I think you mean "Linpus Lite", not "Linux Lite".
Yeh, you are right, it was a while ago I got it, and I had never heard
of it before......
> Android support is a red herring - Android syncs to the cloud by
> default. Connect an Android phone to a Linux machine and you can
> transfer files, music, pictures etc. no problem, or at least I could
> on my HTC Desire HD.
That all depenends on whether you know what you are doing when you open
up the file system of the phone......and it still doesnt help with the
upgrades, if you screw up when you delete a file, that is your operating
system gone, and you dont get support from your phone company if you
tell them you screwed up.....only way to get it back is to use
Kies......and you cant use Kies in Ubuntu......I tried installing iTunes
via Wine, it worked for about 5 minutes then I havent been able to get
it to work since.....
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