[scribus] Newbie Mac User
johnjeff at editide.us
Sat Aug 1 20:49:27 CEST 2009
John Culleton wrote:
> If you use a self loading Linux cdr such as Knoppix (Debian) or
>Slax (Slackware) your "hard disk" is really main memory and after
>the 2.5 mins initial load time things run faster, not slower.
Thanks for setting me straight on this. I'll keep it in mind as I
>I don't believe you need to "ignore all descriptions more then two
>years old." I still use my Coherent Manual from the 90's as a
>reference to the standard utilities found on any 'nix system.
I don't doubt that you are right; many of the things I learned
about the Macintosh are still valid today. However, I suspect that
Jeffrey's point is still valid. The 'nix universe is moving quickly,
as is the rest of the computer universe. Unfortunately, they are both
moving a bit fast for my comfort.
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