A few questions...
rev.olson at gmail.com
Thu Apr 9 02:17:35 UTC 2009
On Wednesday 08 April 2009 6:00:55 pm Roy Smith wrote:
> Hi Everyone! Being fairly new to Ubunto and Linux in general, I've got
> a few questions. I've been using computers for a long time, started out
> with a C-64, then progressed to an Amiga, and for the past 11 years I've
> been using various versions of Windows. Over the years I've gotten
> accustomed to having to do various maintenance tasks with the computer,
> such as checking the file system for errors, defragmenting the drives
> and so on. I've found a few programs to do some of the things I'm
> accustomed to doing except I can't find where you would defragment the
> drives. Is it necessary?
No. and I came up the same way as far as computers go except I never owned a
windows machine. I worked on them alot, still do, but never had the desire
to own one of those nasty machines. My Amiga 4000 ran a three line BBS for
eight years with 21 minutes of downtime. Ubuntu and actually more Kubuntu
have very much the feel of the Amiga but I still miss the ease and
multitasking abilities of the Amiga. Nothing so far beats it although
Kubuntu comes as close as anything I have found to date. I quite believe you
will really enjoy this distro and I've been hearing Jackalope has
straightened out most of the KDE4 problems if you want an Amigalike desktop
which should be ready by the end of the month.
73 de N7PSV aka Pastor JW <n>< PDGA# 35276
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