On Wed, 31 May 2006 14:24:27 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
Bear in mind that PCLinuxOS <
> http://www.pclinuxonline.com/pclos/ > gives you that Windows-like cushion as
> well, without the cost and without compatibility issue. It's a Mandrake
> Hope it helps,
"Windows-like cushion" ??
That is simply not true!
The only difference between PCLinuxOS and say Suse or just about any other
mainstream Linux distribution is that PCLinuxOS ACTUALLY WORKS FULLY AND
COMPLETELY right from the install.
mp3, java,plugins,sound etc all configured and working including from
within the browser.
Other than that, it is just like Suse/Mandrake/Fedora etc.....
It doesn't attempt to look/feel like Windows at all and the stock kde
theme is standard Linux with some different icons and a bright, sharp look.
The install process is like the others.
It is NOTHING like Linspire and there does not seem to be any "make it
like Windows" design philosophy behind it.
So if you consider *actually working* a Windows-like cushion I'm sure
Texstar will take it as a compliment.
"Why do they call it a flatfish?"