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> On Nov 27, 12:53 am, Roy Schestowitz <newsgro...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Oops. That was PSPs, not PS3s. Sorry about that.
> Either way, Linux capable does not mean Linux is being put on them.
> There are billions of Linux capable PCs out there that are running
> Windows. Fussing over PS3s is a lost cause. Get people to use Linux on
> their desktop instead.
People own these boxes and use them for a period of something like 5 years
(judging by the PS2). Linux is always there, it's free, and it keeps improving
rapidly (the various PS3 builds are not static). When PS3 owners get bored
with the games they have bought, it's likely that some of them will try
that 'free thingie' that turns their console into a PC which allows them to
write documents and browser the Web on a large plasma screen with surround
sound (as time goes by, TVs will improve also).
~~ Best of wishes
Roy S. Schestowitz | Software patents destroy innovation
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