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Where is MS Windows better than KDE/Linux?


Posted by Yaba on Jan 18 2004
Look and Feel5%5%5% 5%
Customizability/Flexibility3%3%3% 3%
Ease of use13%13%13% 13%
Features1%1%1% 1%
Hardware Support30%30%30% 30%
Available Applications26%26%26% 26%
cost/benefit ratio1%1%1% 1%
Security1%1%1% 1%
Easy development of apps3%3%3% 3%
Support by other users/companies17%17%17% 17%
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 Try Gambas

 
 by optimus on: Jan 22 2004
 
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Pascal syntax is complex, and as such, is not an ideal RAD tool to begin with.

There's a more excellent, Visual-Basic clone for Linux. It clones only the language and syntax, but not the buggy and crashy architecture. Gambas uses Qt 3.0 and is a great RAD for KDE apps.

Go here:
http://gambas.sourceforge.net/

Great looking screenshots!
http://gambas.sourceforge.net/screenshots.html

HBasic looks outdated. Gambas is developed more rapidly and faster. The Visual Basic syntax in Gambas is also leaner and much cleaner than FreePascal.

Spread the word! Use Gambas!


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 what is missing...

 
 by python on: Jan 23 2004
 
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...games. games. and more games. only games :)

i also would like to see a REAL open source alternative for photoshop. no, gimp is not. gimp is just a toy compared to photoshop. anyone working with professonial graphics will agree. tho, all those run photoshop on mac os X, which is unix-based and therefore ok to use too ;)

but most importantly, games are missing. people want games. so they just can throw CD in and it works without recompiling kernel, hacking winex, editing this and that....


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 Re: what is missing.

 
 by Emon on: Jan 24 2004
 
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Well, yes, gimp is not as good aas photoshop, but it is on its way. What is better in Microsoup systems is the driver support for dsl-cards. I have a dsl card (Eicon Diva ADSL), that was supported in suse 3.0 and redhat 7.3 (although the redhat driver didn't work... *grml*), but afterwards never ever got any support, although millions of them were sold.

I can't agree on the "gamesgamesgames" thing. Linux is a working-horse, not a kids-game-cube. Games are (in my opinion )totally unnecessary for Linux (apart from a chess game for work breaks ... hehehe), because there are enough gaming options elsewhere and Linux must not become the same stupid game-console that needs better graphic cards, better processors and better whatdoiknow every 3 months. I switched to Linux, because I wanted a stable and durable system, not injury-prone-kid-stuff.


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 Re: Re: what is missing.

 
 by python on: Jan 24 2004
 
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I don't really care what YOU want.

It's just a fact that 90% of Linux users have Windows too on their computers, just because of the games. And what comes for game consoles: they suck. Not a single good game. All gameconsole games are car, arcade or such games. No RPG or strategy games at all.

And also a note:
I have WindowsXP too, and I don't use Linux because I hate microsoft, I use Linux because I love UNIX-systems. One big difference between me and zealots...


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 Re: Re: what is missing.

 
 by python on: Jan 24 2004
 
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and lets also add that gimp "has been on it's way" for last five years, and no progress. no progress.

having a bunch of "nice" perl-written effects that just "do something" is not enough for being good graphics program.

buy yourself a mac & photoshop and get a clue.


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 Photoshop

 
 by Emon on: Feb 7 2004
 
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Buy yourself a Mac and Photoshop... *g* Well, ... errm... actually I have to work every day with a Powermac and Photohop. ; )


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 Re: Photoshop

 
 by python on: Feb 7 2004
 
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well, then you MUST know why gimp is just a toy and NOT a real image editing software :)


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 Erm...

 
 by liquidrock222 on: Jan 24 2004
 
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where's the "None of the above" option?


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 Yeah right

 
 by fr3ak3rman on: Jan 24 2004
 
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Wow,

you managed to think of 10 choices ???
Hmm.... why would you even think of MS being better in anything ?

Thought that was impossible ?
Using UNIX for years now and this beats any MS sw package any time of the day on all fronts.


Cheerz,

Fr3aK3r

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 Re: Yeah right

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 24 2004
 
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Well, I thought of things, that let you compare OSes against each other. In the next week, you will know why.


...my wife complained that I do not pay attention...or something like that...
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 Companies are stupid

 
 by RedHyena on: Oct 5 2005
 
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Companies are at the root for at least 90 percent of my linux problems and anyone I know would agree.

***Hardware support and available programs come with company support. If companies noticed Linux that would solve this.


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