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Re: init observations



On 11/15/05, Mike A. Harris <mharris redhat com> wrote:
> I personally think that getting a full desktop running in less than
> 10 seconds is more important than working hibernate support, simply
> because there are probably one ore more orders of magnitude more
> "desktop users" than there are "laptop users" out there.  Both
> features are important to have for their respective userbases of
> course, but the "desktop users" group generally is a superset of the
> "laptop users" group.

why can't "desktop" or "thin clients" or "home theature settop boxes"
or "router appliance" benefit from a robust suspend? Just because
"laptop" users are the traditional group who feel a need for this,
doesn't mean its not the right solution for a broader range of users. 
Don't desktop bioses that are being sold right now claim to support to
suspend?

-jef"this discussion is moot anyways, neural interfaces will be here
in a decade and i doubt rebooting your brain will be an option"spaleta


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