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Offline ra4king

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« Reply #30 - Posted 2012-06-25 20:32:29 »

all hardware support for Linux is terrible.

Huh?  Judging from the "preferred OS" thread, you don't use a Linux distro, therefore, seriously, what the f**k do you know?  As I stated in that thread, I've had more problems with drivers on Windows in the past.  I haven't had a problem with any hardware on either system for years now.
Yeah in that thread I'm more biased towards Windows 7, but I actually do use Linux a lot Cheesy

Also, you misquoted me, I said almost. I do know Linux works on almost all hardware, but that's mostly because of generic drivers, if I'm not mistaken.

Offline nsigma
« Reply #31 - Posted 2012-06-26 09:23:17 »

Also, you misquoted me, I said almost. I do know Linux works on almost all hardware, but that's mostly because of generic drivers, if I'm not mistaken.

Sorry, I didn't mean to misquote you, although even if I had quoted you correctly, the comment would have still been utter rubbish.  You even say as much here - "Linux works on almost all hardware"!

Interesting side note, there seems to be a general push in the direction of generic drivers, which is good for everyone.  I was pleasantly surprised when sourcing some webcams for a recent interactive project that Microsoft specify that webcams must be class compliant to be certified for Win 7.  Not often you can thank Microsoft for improving hardware support on Linux!  Smiley

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