Started by Donald Darden, December 24, 2007, 10:27:26 PM
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Quote from: Kent Sarikaya on December 24, 2007, 11:45:12 PMI just don't see why they don't support their products for a popular OS. Everyone has heard of linux, it might not have huge market share, but it is a known OS and should be supported. There is something going on there that is a mystery to me. Is there some sort of behind the scenes pressure not to support linux?
QuoteA bigger hurdle was designing the user interface, the first thing people see when they turn on the machine, and the screens that lead to the programs. Asustek decided that the Windows operating system was out of the question. The licensing costs would have been the most expensive part of the computer. So it decided to use Linux and build its own user interface, and that became the most time-consuming part of the project.
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