Yellow Dog 3.0 Better Red Hat than Red Hat 9 - page 3
I'll Bet Odysseus Never Had These Problems
So, here I sit, typing away on the iBook, my notes beside me on the couch. But this will not be the swan song for Yellow Dog in my house. I have decided to keep this machine and sell the Compaq after all.
Let's face it, I don't need another Windows machine (one is more than enough), and I really do like Yellow Dog for compatability and transparency more than its Red Hat counterpart. Plus, with OS X on the other side of this iBook, I get to have three platforms in the house--all the better to be the OS voyeur I seem to have become.
Yellow Dog Linux is an excellent OS for people out there that love their Mac hardware, and a great entry point into Linux for those folks. It was certainly more than enough for this user to stay with his Mac a little longer.
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