In article <slrnh4kp79.8kk.jedi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
JEDIDIAH <jedi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 2009-06-30, Tim Smith <reply_in_group@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > In article <2073880.qzqp1eWA4t@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> > Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> They can look the same, but under the hood GNU/Linux is more powerful.
> > How so?
> ...there is a certain point there. OTOH, if you end up turning a Mac into
> little more than yet another Linux then what's the point really of bothering
> with MacOS to begin with?
> Inferior system management?
> Inferior driver support?
Do you mean there are specialized devices for which no one has written
OS X drivers, but have written Linux drivers? If so, OK. But if you
mean the kernel doesn't support drivers as well as the Linux kernel,
then how so?
> Inferior support for non-Apple/non-MS data?
What data does Linux support under the hood that OS X doesn't?
> Jobs of Borg style datafile management?