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2013/5/10 Kevin Utter
> Hi all! If this subject isn't wanted here, please forgive me and feel
In terms of performance Mac vs linux it's not really a matter of OS but
more of hw/cpu involved... plus ~800=80 for that bitten apple ;-)
Got yourself a PC, at the same cost of an iMac probably you can buy a
server with 8GbRAM, 4 core cpu and SATA raid...
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2013/5/10 Kevin Utter <email@example.com>
Hi all! =A0If this subject isn't wanted here, please forgive me and fee=
l free to send me where it would be most appropriate. =A0Or if this has alr=
eady been discussed, please just let me know and I'll go through and lo=
ok it up. =A0I don't want to be a bother, but I appreciate any info you=
people could pass along.
I know the Mac isn't Linux based, but I understand it is somewhat Unix =
based. =A0From what I've seen, some of the packages I could make and in=
stall (Perhaps that really means compile?) could be done in Mac. =A0Can any=
one give me some general info about when that might work and when it clearl=
y won't? =A0I only thought it might be nice to avoid switching back and=
forth from different operating systems, but I can and will if it just real=
ly isn't practical. =A0I've just been seeing references in various =
packages to installing/compiling on both systems, and thought I could get a=
bit more basic info. =A0As you can tell, my technical skills are still qui=
te basic, but I've done enough of this before to have some success but =
get into a bit of trouble too. =A0Any info is appreciated.
KevinIn terms of performance Mac vs li=
nux it's not really a matter of OS but more of hw/cpu involved... plus =
~800=80 for that bitten apple ;-)Got yourself a P=
C, at the same cost of an iMac probably you can buy a server with 8GbRAM, 4=
core cpu and SATA raid...