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teamwork@freemail.c3.hu wrote:
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> As I am reading the ZD critique of Mindcraft's so-called "comparison" of Linux
> vs. NT, (URL www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,2242246,00.html)
> there lies an issue that needs to be addressed by the Linux community at large.
>
> Let me quote from the ZD-Net article:
>
> "For one thing, there's a useful lesson
> here for Linux resellers and integrators.
> Linux tuning information is hard to gather up.
> Yes, it's there. But it really requires
> an expert Linux user to find it."
>
> I am a Linux VAR, and I have to agree with the above quote. It is hard at times
> to gather proper tuning instructions for Linux. And although I won't say that I
> am qualified to be an "expert", I have been using (and fine tuning) Linux since
> the 0.9x.y era.
>
> So, to the Linux community:
>
> Do you think is there a need to make the
> gathering of Linux fine-tuning tips an easier
> task for the novice end-user?
>
> If the answer is "Yes!", then, how best would the approach be?
>
> I am interested in your opinion. As I do not know if this L-K list is the place
> to do such discussion (if not, please forgive me), but I do think it's time for
> at least such discussion to take place, here or elsewhere, and a concensus be
> had (if that's possible, of course.)
>
> *Note* The "fine-tuning" IMHO can be either Hardware or Software, or the
> combination of both.
>
> Respectfully,
> Pete
> teamwork@freemail.c3.hu
>
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