Sony Vegas and various games won't perform adequately in virtualbox and Windows doesn't understand the ext4 file system format... so, whether I like it or not, it looks like I'm stuck with Windows for my host OS.
perduta wrote:Even for games Linux just can't offer the same quality... so I have been wondering why other people choose to use Linux and what you use it for.
perduta wrote:The virtualized graphics ...Windows doesn't understand the ext4 file system format... so, whether I like it or not, it looks like I'm stuck with Windows for my host OS.
" I've already established that Windows 7 and Windows 8 virtual machines are a serious liability"
raymerjacque wrote:Anyway, its just another way for linux users to bypass the gaming limitations...
Garvan wrote:I was asked recently why I used Linux on my computers, and I found myself a bit lost for words...
drumBE wrote:it's all i have on my pc's and i don't need more
KBD47 wrote:I use Linux for everything. Manage my music, edit pictures, manage my ebooks, stream video. For most people today all you need is a browser and if that takes care of most of what one does, why not use Linux? It's safer, faster, and free.
KBD47 wrote:Perduta, that sounds like a screen saver or power management issue. MATE is fairly easy to set to stay on with power management adjustments and disabling the screen saver if memory serves.
Which desktop are you using? Also, doesn't Caffeine disable the screen saver if it's installed? You definitely don't need the screen going blank while watching videos.
perduta wrote:I think however I found it now...
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