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So you have a store, shop, make crafts, write books, publish articles, read tea leaves, cards, runes or have something else you offer but either don't have a graphics design program, don't have the time, lost on ideas or looking at a blank canvas causes the deer in the headlights feeling. Well, perh...
Personally I use the live cd version of CentOS on a USB stick. Mainly because of compatibility with the servers that I operate as they use CentOS as well. The desktops and usage are very similar to the Ubuntu but CentOS is based more on Red Hat and is in my opinion more sercure.
Actually you don't even have to install it to try it. Just use the live cd or make a live usb version. I prefer the live usb basically because that way you actually have writable storage space without ever touching your regular windows hard drive. I have also used this as a means of disaster recovery for both windows and *nix machines in the past.
Boudi; Congratulations on being a *nix user! Your right in your assumptions and statements. The sad truth of the matter is that Microsoft and Apple both made it "easy" for the typical PC user and that is how they gained the popularity. Granted most flavors of *nix are much easier today to us but if you set down the typical user and expected them to make it through an install they would be totally lost. I'm quite sure that the vast majority would not have a clue on partitioning, LVM, Grub or even the gui's like KDE or Gnome. There has been an increase in popularity though thanks to sales of cheap netbooks that are using some form of *nix.
This post was edited by MrEinstin at February 18, 2013 8:12:54 PM EST
Basically you try either one or the other. The Google version doesn't get updated unless Google pushes out an update for Chrome. Shockwave is actually the older name for Flash (Macromedia Flash) that was changed when Adobe bought them. Also, if you disable the chrome plugin and it then tells you that your flash is outdated then you DO need to update the system plugin from Adobe to the latest version.
I have had a few members ask about securing Pagan-Place by getting an SSL Certificate. While we do not store any financial information on the server there is what some consider to be personal information. I want to put it to the members and ask if you would rather see Pagan-Place using SSL.
The Gordon Brothers out of the box originality in being the first to compose music for natural environments and to combine ancient world instruments with modern electronica that has made them the acclaimed artists they are today.