Why Linux on a Laptop?
I'm wondering what everyone's motivation is for using Linux on a laptop
instead of Cygwin + Windows. The way I see it, a laptop is basically a giant
PDA. People usually use them for typing down stuff during classes, seminars,
conferences, in the library, for presenting (powerpoint) material, or for
keeping all their mail and personal archives in one place, etc. Laptops don't
get used much as servers or development workstations, are they?
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