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Turning note into a Linux laptop: a step by step guide

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3rd August 2014, 07:26 AM   |  #11  
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What I can do on Linux?

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Originally Posted by Stevethegreat

It's impractical at best. I mean I appreciate the time it took for you to write this, but linux through chroot is not very useful, it cannot be. It's like trying to run linux on a p3 machine, which is painful to see especially since our machines have the raw power of a fast core 2 duo (if cross platform benchs are to be believed).

Actually there are several Linux applications I would like to run, which require very little processing power and I believe would run just fine.
WikidPad and FreeMind are the obvious ones for me; but I also have a proprietary simulation package that would probably benefit from running slower

Their value to me would because they are always available so using them would lack the friction I currently endure- I have to be at home to use them.
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