> On Thursday 09 October 2003 15:00, dams@×××.fr wrote:
>> [ sorry my mails are not yet signed, but will be soon ]
>> For me, a desktop problem is not always a problem wich involve window
>> managers, or graphical interface.
>> I would tend to say that desktop means workstation for private use, client
>> side. That is, everything UI oriented. That includes windows manager, but
>> also config programs, installation problems, software installations, and
>> simple (client-side personal use) system managment. By client side I mean
>> everything that does not use servers. So setting internet/lan connection is
>> desktop, but setting a ftp server is not.
>> Maybe you have an other vision?
> No I agree. This would imho also involve things like the soundsystem etc.
yes that's right, bringing hardware to work for home user is also part of the
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