I want Fedora in my future, but is it possible?

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Wed Mar 20 18:38:06 UTC 2013

Am 20.03.2013 19:16, schrieb Gordon Messmer:
> On 03/20/2013 10:32 AM, Matthew J. Roth wrote:
> Is there room in THAT world for traditional desktop/workstation computers? 
> extremely likely that the near future of personal computing will move toward 
> very mobile devices that can be paired

and BTW i did 2011 the opposite step

i worked from 2003 until 2011 ONLY on a notebook
2011 i had finally enough from

* the missing disk-io
* the missing power at all
* if the power was OK the crap get's really loud after
  10,12,14 hours of constantly work in front of
* no redundancy - yes i do daily backups
* BUT after 5 hours of hard work if the notebooks
  drive dies the backup of the last day is painful

well, the only problem is customer presentations but i managed
do them inhouse at my workplace which is doable

at home the exactly same machine works and is a bitwise clone
of the whole 4x2 TB RAID10, a msart rsync-script manages
to sync all my data and dekstop while i am in the train
and this is also one stage of daily backups - doing a mistake
at 11 AM - no problem, all data is still laive, doing some
critical at one of the systems -> sync them before

the power is a multiple compared with before, i am so much
faster in my daily work, i can do so much more things than
ever before and i call myself a idiot for working over years
with a mobile computer

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