[Chugalug] Darling for Mac OS X Apps On Linux
timyoungblood at gmail.com
Thu Aug 8 13:30:32 UTC 2013
I concur with Mike's observations except for Apple's software which I find
inferior to all but MS outlook.
As long as I can get to a (decent) command line I am good. Rarely do I find
something I cannot employ via cl.
I'm a bit hesitant on my rMBP as it has been to Apple 3x and still crashes
daily when switching TB displays.
I'll always have Linux running in various flavors in VM when I tire of the
OSX candy. How you use iOS apps at all is beyond me!
To each their own.
On Aug 8, 2013 8:59 AM, "Mike Harrison" <cluon at geeklabs.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 7 Aug 2013, Phil Sieg wrote:
>> I want to run certain iOS apps on OS X. Believe it or not some of the
>> best stock market apps are iOS only. Nothing comparable on OS X/Windoze/NIX.
> I'm running both iOS and Linux desktops currently. I find myself needing
> Linux/BSD/FOSS tools on iOS. No problem, they are either included, easy to
> install, compile, use MacPorts....This makes a Mac the best of both worlds
> for me, I can also run MS-Office, Pages and Numbers, LibreOffice, Gimp,
> Inkscape, VLC, Joe.. on my Mac. For what I use Linux systems for, I don't
> find myself needing/wanting anything from the OS X world on my Mac.
> I have to admit, OS X's "Mail" program is growing on me for
> business centric email uses.
> And as Eric has previously stated, an rMBP has probably the best display
> management and compatibility I've ever seen.
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