Re: Is there a better Alternative to Thunderbird ? <Why I use a Mac>

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On 2/5/11 9:35 PM, David wrote:
> On 2/5/2011 10:59 PM, James McKenzie wrote:
>> On 2/5/11 8:27 PM, David wrote:
>>> On 2/5/2011 9:49 PM, Tim wrote:
>>>> Tim:
>>>>>> Windows cesspit.
>>>> David:
>>>>> Is this were we don the funny clothes, chant the funny words, and
>>>>> sacrifice the lamb on the sacred Alter of Linux?
>>>> Not yet...  The thread hasn't gone off-topic enough.
>>> Good. Then I did not miss the ceremony. I have the lamb and the sacred
>>> daggers cleansed and prepared. Just let me know were to take them when
>>> the time arrives.
>>>
>>> A little levity, from time to time, does help don't you think?  :-)
>>>
>> Not at all.  Now for the 'real fun'.  I got a NEW Mac today.  I am going
>> to look at what Linux distributions can be installed on it.  Then the
>> fun really starts.
>>
>> I don't think there is an FC build that will install on it, but if
>> anyone can help, off list if you want.  It definitely DOES NOT belong in
>> this thread.
> That is an interesting idea James. A true Mac with Linux.
>
> Honestly i have no experience with this but the last that I recall
> Linux, the major distributions, no longer support a 'true - old time'
> Mac. Only those Macs that now are PCs.
That is what I'm looking into.  I was hoping that CentOS/FC would 
support this.  I want to minimize the number of 'PCs' I have around.  
One PC and only one would be a good thing.

I'll start a new thread with this as the subject.

James McKenzie

> Good luck with this. I wish you - Fair winds and following seas.

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