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Do you use Phoenix for Linux or Windows?

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What platform do you use Phoenix on?

I (mainly) use Phoenix for Linux.
47
27%
I (mainly) use Phoenix for Windows.
99
58%
I use both equally.
21
12%
I do not use Phoenix...
3
2%
I (mainly) use Phoenix for xxxBSD. (added after 125 votes)
1
1%
 
Total votes : 171

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Post Posted November 28th, 2002, 9:33 pm

two legged freak wrote:the most stable OS I ever used, Win XP Pro. pretty long ago since it was released, and since then, it crashed* only twice (caused by 3rd party apps), and absolutely no problems whatsoever... Mandrake crashed more often in one week than XP in all these months.

Let't not turn this forum into another Windows vs. Linux battleground. :) While I do consider XP fairly stable, it still isn't as stable as 2000 IMO. At least Visual Studio .NET runs faster on 2000 than on XP. :D
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Post Posted November 28th, 2002, 10:31 pm

I use Pheonix on SuSE 8.1 Linux and I really wish it would follow my GTK 2 theme . On Windows it follows the theme perfectly.

Also I think the last option "I don't use Pheonix" directly contradicts the origian question.

Poll question: What platform do you use Phoenix on?

Last answer: "I do not use Phoenix..."

The question is clearly directed at users who do USE pheonix and so the last option is irellevant and does not indicate which platform the user uses Pheonix on.

If you need to have that option in there you need to formulate your question like this: Do you use Pheonix, and if so on which platform?

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Post Posted November 29th, 2002, 5:22 am

FreeBSD 4.7 (not a poll option).

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Post Posted November 29th, 2002, 6:12 am

WinterWolf wrote:The question is clearly directed at users who do USE pheonix and so the last option is irellevant and does not indicate which platform the user uses Pheonix on.

If you need to have that option in there you need to formulate your question like this: Do you use Pheonix, and if so on which platform?

Oh thank you very much sir.

I couldn't have found that out myself.

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Post Posted November 29th, 2002, 6:55 am

laszlo wrote:Stay calm... My own Windows/Linux usage ratio is about 70/30; never heard of self-mockery? :wink:

Sorry, I guess I've heard too many Windows jokes lately. :)

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Post Posted November 29th, 2002, 7:00 am

daihard wrote:Let't not turn this forum into another Windows vs. Linux battleground. :) While I do consider XP fairly stable, it still isn't as stable as 2000 IMO. At least Visual Studio .NET runs faster on 2000 than on XP. :D

... so I guess it's much better with a Win 2000 vs XP battleground then? ;)

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Post Posted November 29th, 2002, 9:29 am

Jugalator wrote:
daihard wrote:Let't not turn this forum into another Windows vs. Linux battleground. :) While I do consider XP fairly stable, it still isn't as stable as 2000 IMO. At least Visual Studio .NET runs faster on 2000 than on XP. :D

... so I guess it's much better with a Win 2000 vs XP battleground then? ;)

I know. I just couldn't help. :roll:

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Post Posted November 30th, 2002, 5:30 am

I use phoenix on crackers....

ermm, sorry no, thats cheese im talking about...

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Post Posted November 30th, 2002, 8:21 am

I use it for both. Win and Lin :D

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