From Issue #46February 1998
I think, linux is still hard for home users. So they need better solutions for them.
linux is powerful.
But I just know centos a bit, I have a lots to learn.
This article by Daryll Strauss has so much historic value because today (2008) we laugh about capacities they had in 1997. I don't laugh about the creativity and effectiveness they build up with the equipment of that time but these days you go to another ALDI-store, buy 5 Home Computers and have 5 Terabytes of disk storage available. This is the amount of disk capacity, which Daryll and his team had available to produce this All-Time-Historic-Movie "Titanic" by James Cameron with so much inspiration to computer development. And... LINUX was the major player in the business then!!! Well, what could I say more, I like it...
All the Best from Berlin, Germany - Wolfgang
(By the way, some years ago Linux Journal had a German translation of Daryll's article (mmmhhh... I did it) online. It's gone. Is it still in any of those archives...? ;)
+1 Guys !
yep useful information.thnx
i love tony
Does somebody know where Tony is working, in these days.