[opensource] Re: Opensource Digest, Vol 16, Issue 10

Mark Noble noble.48 at osu.edu
Sun Jun 11 21:06:48 EDT 2006

As a Xnix novice, I'd probably be interested in a machine running a bunch of
virtual machines of the various installs.  Then I could change OS's like one
might change channels and see how things behave differently.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: opensource-bounces at cse.ohio-state.edu [mailto:opensource-
> bounces at cse.ohio-state.edu] On Behalf Of Steven James Samuel Stapleton
> Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2006 8:45 PM
> To: opensource at cse.ohio-state.edu
> Subject: Re: [opensource] Re: Opensource Digest, Vol 16, Issue 10
> A very valid point, both in the political sense, and the computer-talk
> that it was originally an analogy for. Personally, if I were
> organizing, it I'd have everyone with a notebook there, and each
> notebook would be setup with a different FreeOS. Kinda like one of
> those "entertain yourself" phone commercials; "You - Ubuntu, You - Red
> Hat, You - Gentoo, You - FreeBSD, You - PC BSD! [...]"

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