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hpr0627 :: From OS X to OS Whoredom to Linux

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Hosted by Ruji on 2010-12-28 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
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Ruji tells her story of discovering FOSS and installing Sabayon Linux on a MacBook Pro. She also discusses Mac OS X, virtualization, and multimedia software. Links: Ruji's main site: http://rujic.net Ruji's image gallery: http://supposedly.rujic.net/lookwhaticando Musical guest Russian Paul's page: http://myspace.com/russianpaulband

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Comment #1 posted on 2010-12-28T20:51:48Z by klaatu

os_x

Nice episode! I also went from OS X to Linux, and I very much agree with the "i don't want steal your software because i don't believe it's worth as much as you think it's worth" thing. Cool stuff.

Comment #2 posted on 2010-12-29T20:47:41Z by brother mouse

Interesting journey

Interesting ep. I find I prefer to hear the opinions of people who, in the normal course of conversation, point out the distinction between the l-i-n-k-s and l-y-n-x clients. :-)

I am currently exploring my own OS virtualization trollop dark side. I am unrepentant so far even though there are virtual HD files waist-deep across my actual HD...

Comment #3 posted on 2011-01-03T12:53:10Z by arfab

Good show!

Hey, It was really interesting to hear this journey from the other perspective. It's pretty easy to assume that people have come moved from Windows to free software, but for some reason I don't imagine many people going from Apple to free software. Thanks for the insight! Oh, and I have an interest in virtualisation too so it was good to hear about that too.
:)

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