The Linux Home Office: What's In Your Cyberspace?
More Computers, Fewer Computers, What For?Every time I help a friend with their Mac or Windows computer it's a good reminder of how restricted those platforms are. Every little thing is a big hairy deal, and the only flexibility you have is do you want to pay through the nose now or later, and how many times do you want to hear "No, you can't do that"?
My home setup has evolved. I used to keep everything in a single room and it was a nice setup. Lots of shelves, lots of tables, lots of computers, and a big closet for storing the usual herds of parts and manuals that breed and multiply over time. As time went by I got tired of spending so much time in that one room...
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