CTD for August 28, 2005

This week’s podcast is a brief discussion about Mac OS X vs. Windows vs. Linux from one person’s perspective.

Frustration started with an attempt to install Linspire (a Linux distro) but it hung…creating a cascade of events with effort to rescue data from a hard drive that got corrupted, necessitating a re-install of Windows. Knoppix is discussed briefly which is a bootable CD distribution of Linux and — going forward — the only way Borsch will use Linux!

Also, the segment “The Radar Screen” follows with a brief recap of the items that hit Borsch’s radar screen this past week.

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