Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Morning the thirteenth

Morning @all,

Today I am finally able to spend more time with this blog. So now I installed BDOS on my netbook and look if it works out.
Since the question was raised yesterday, why did I not include OpenOffice? For the same reason I did not include Chromium: They are both insanely huge and waste a lot of space. You can still install these with the package manager, but I wanted a small and lighter distribution, that can fit on a CD if it has to.

40 comments:

  1. I think that was the right thing to do

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  2. haven't download this yet so i wanna know if a it can be used as livecd?

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  3. Thumbdrive OS's are pretty sweet just gotta trim the fat

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  4. gonna get a new flash drive next week, gonna install it!

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  5. Openoffice fits on most cd-based distros..

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  6. if you have good and stable internet connection you can always use google docs... I didn't install office of any kind for year :D
    just don't need it :D

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  7. I just installed BDOS too

    btw, check out my new post on GTL Everyday :)

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  8. Good choice on OpenOffice. I'm actually using Google Docs for most of my stuff.

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  9. this is too technical for me!

    btw, check out my new bubbles on Enhanced by MS Paint :)

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  10. True. Then again, netbooks suck.

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  11. i have no idea what openoffice or chromium is. hmm i should really check that out.

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  12. unlogic makes a good point. google docs is grand for editing docs if you have access to the internets

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  13. Not a big fan of netbooks. Too small to be comfertable!

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  14. Hey man I had no idea I wasn't following. I will try to make up for lost time!

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  15. yea. i usually end up uninstalling open office.

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  16. Well if you get tired of spending tons of money on razors, give them a try !

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  17. AS much as I want a netbook, it can't do everything I want it too.

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  18. I'm not a fan of Open Office anyway. Any alternatives on Linux? Something that looks more like MS Office, with the ribbons and stuff?

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  19. That's nice, but so many ppl just have DVD drives these days, why arent you? (:

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  20. I want to install something on my laptop

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