It’s unlikely that Linux will ever be on every desktop PC, but there’s a growing and dedicated corps of PC users that find it far more than a curiosity.
Linux use ranges from simple desktop terminals to supercomputers, and advocates point to its flexibility and open-source coding as just some of the reasons it makes a superior development platform.
In his post, “I need help choosing a version of Linux,” Eric Findley wants to try this operating environment in diskless terminals. But he’s new to Linux, and he’s hoping other Lounge members can suggest the best version of the OS for his application. More»
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The following links are this week’s most-interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions that you may be able to provide responses to:
☼ starred posts — particularly useful
If you’re not already a Lounge member, use the quick registration form to sign up for free. The ability to post comments and take advantage of other Lounge features is available only to registered members.
If you’re already registered, you can jump right in to today’s discussions in the Lounge.
The Lounge Life column is a digest of the best of the WS Lounge discussion board. Tracey Capen is technical editor of WindowsSecrets.com.