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Re: Fedora (Linux) is Destroying it self



On Mon, 2009-05-18 at 09:14 +0200, Roberto Ragusa wrote:
> I never said that you can't plug things into a laptop, the
> focus of my statement was the word "typically".
> 
> You can have many ethernets in a laptop (I have), but how many
> laptops do firewalling, masquerading, traffic shaping,
> load balancing, multihoming, fail over, ....?
> As those are highly unusual on a laptop, they receive
> less attention than laptop stuff as, e.g., having bluetooth audio.

Many of those are highly unusual for a desktop too.  I'm not sure what
you're trying to accomplish here, but they are /possible/ with a laptop,
just as they are possible with a desktop.

> 
> Server-oriented usage appears to be the least important scenario
> for Fedora at the moment; and I admit this can be considered
> appropriate if "the users" have laptops, not servers.
> 

Server usage is as important as the server focused people make it.  The
people working on Laptop stuff are pretty active and we see a lot of
development and forward looking from them.  The server people, not so
much as things continue to "Just Work".

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