I want Fedora in my future, but is it possible?
h.reindl at thelounge.net
Wed Mar 20 11:55:53 UTC 2013
Am 20.03.2013 12:47, schrieb Timothy Murphy:
> Ed Greshko wrote:
>> What is the advantage of running (K)Ubuntu or any other Linux distro on a
>> smartphone or tablet?
> I would find it a great advantage to run the same, or similar,
> OS's or DE's on laptop and phone, just for simplicity
it makes pretty no sense to use the same DE on a smartphone
this would mean cripple it down for desktop users or
have a unuseable one on the smartphone
why do people not realize this?
> For example, I would like to use KMail on my Samsung Galaxy S2,
> collecting mail through IMAP from my server
have fun with the desktop UI on a smartphone
K9 for android is far better optimized for the use-case
> I'd like to run Firefox on my phone,
> just because that is what I am familiar with.
it exists for Android and guess what:
it does not have the same UI for reasons above
> I find the sync-ing between phone and computer less than satisfactory.
> If both presented the same interface it would be much better (for me).
you BELIEVE it would be much better but ignore that any
application on a smartphone needs to realize the
envirnoment and come up with a different UI or it
will be unuseable
> I would consider going over to Ubuntu on laptop and phone
> if I were reasonably sure that would simplify my life
and you think you can use any application like OpenOffice
with the existing user-interface on WHATEVER OS on a
smartphone? how do you come to that conclusion?
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