Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Oct. 07 2007,11:11
Asus has decided to equip it's new mobo with Linux on a chip. By pressing a button you will boot into the embedded system, boot time 5 secs, and there you have Firefox 2 and Skype just to mention something.
Putting Linux to a flash chip on the mobo is not a new thing, but to me it's a great move from a company. And it's on a separate chip from the bios, not like the ones people themselves do, replacing the bios with linux.
There's no such thing as life. Those mean little jocks invented it ;)
Windows is not a virus. A virus does something!