On Apr 29, 2009, at 2:51 PM, Jerry McAllister wrote:
On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 09:56:00AM -0300, Sergio de Almeida Lenzi
Well, after all that said, I would like to post my
modest oppinion based in experience from the market..
1) The people who use FreeBSD, or other OS, (the end user)
will never install the OS, the person will turn on the machine
and expects an graphical interface appears in the secreen.
I'm getting into this late, but I have installed FreeBSD many times,
both as a desktop system and as a server.
3) the "computer" (computer is the term used by the USER) should
NEVER break, stop working.... That is: the computer (and the
system) should act as the TV set... (remember those old times when
the TV set
used to break???) you turn it on, and it works...
All "computers" work...until someone sits down at the keyboard.
5) A beautifull installer is good for the newspaper that publishes
a "review" of
the Operating system (they must publish something to "sell"
to ...save their job..),
Have you ever heard about a "Leopard" installer??? do you know
someone who reinstalled "Leopard"??????
Ummm...you're talking to someone who has installed Panther, Tiger and
Leopard, more than once.
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