quote="kiwipeso"]I have a linux-based server that I've never been able to stay working for more than 5 minutes, I just need a USB SATA dock to wipe the drives.
Have decided that ubuntu is not compatible with my laptop's main purpose of being a wireless capable computer that just works.
The only open source software I trust is Open Office, Java and the projects I'm developing.
Not really counting OS X as open source, as the useful parts are not open source.
However, I have played with a few open source games before which were almost as polished as commercial games.[/quote]
And Firefox, I presume?
Firefox is almost useful if you have a spare gig of Virtual Ram. I prefer being able to run about 40-60 tabs in 1 window on my old G5 iMac.
I don't understand why you would want 40-60 tabs open anyway
(Though, I have had ~50 tabs open at a time, maybe).
I did managed to get 596 tabs open (before I decided to exit) in Firefox. Screenshot too!http://omploader.org/vMjB2Mg/500FirefoxTabsUbuntu.png
I usually grab about 40 to 60 tabs of news articles and then start downloading torrents. By the time I've read them I find I have pulled enough down.
However all this should change, as tomorrow I'll have the Bittorrent server back with 1TB mirrored. Hopefully I'll get the thing going right this time
I think the most tabs I've had going was 150 odd in one wide window. That was back when I only had a 10mb connection.