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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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