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Ubuntu 9.04 vs. Mac OS X

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Of course, if you like both Ubuntu and OSX, you can run Ubuntu in a VirtualBox VM on your Intel Mac like I do... :)
As we all know, Apple has a natural advantage in the area of hardware support and configuration because of its tight control over Macs’ component parts. But Ubuntu has made great strides forward in simplifying the process of detecting and correctly configuring problematic components like wireless adapters and video cards. Jaunty Jackalope introduces a new restricted drivers manager that automatically probes the hardware to detect devices that can be used with closed source and binary-only drivers.
 read more | mail this link | score:7289 | -Ray, July 22, 2009
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