- Drive buffering is a feature/pain of *nix s. Everything is buffered and streamed, which is why *nix s are so great at multi-tasking. I ve noticed thatMessage 1 of 1427 , Oct 10, 2001View SourceDrive buffering is a feature/pain of *nix's.
Everything is buffered and streamed, which is why *nix's are
so great at multi-tasking. <br><br>I've noticed that
because of the delayed writes/reads to the floppy, my
system doesn't slow to a crawl when I write to the
floppy like it does on Windows.
- ... I m no newbie to Linux. I ve had Mandrake 6, 8, and 10. I got SuSE 9.1 and I love it. I think you are right about YaST and SuSE. It was easy to install andMessage 1427 of 1427 , Jul 23, 2004View Source--- In email@example.com, simp03 wrote:
> Is anybody there.....? <echo><br><br>VeryI'm no newbie to Linux. I've had Mandrake 6, 8, and 10. I
> quiet group this - either you are much more contented
> than other Linux users or much better sysadmins. It's
> noticeable how few SuSE users post to the other help groups
> - either YaST is proving it's worth in taking the
> pain out for newbies or more experienced users move to
> SuSE from distribs like Slackware and maybe
> RH5.<br><br>Personally I subscribe to the idea that YaST is a
> near-perfect ice-breaker for the newbie and will overcome most
> of the little config probs that you see posted
> elsewhere.<br><br>It would be interesting to see more opinions from
> SuSE uses (even if just to kick some life into this
got SuSE 9.1 and I love it. I think you are right about
YaST and SuSE. It was easy to install and networked to
my windows (sorry) machine flawlessly. I got on this site
to see what was being posted . . .