>Actually if you look i

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>Actually if you look into it, Linux (at least some versions)only needs a tiny amount of RAM to work (I read 28 MB ina “Linux for Dummies”book).

Well, if you refer back to your original post, you didn’t ask about Linux, now did you? ; )

>With all the great Video (ie. Cinelerra) and other media software for Linux (which is all or mostly free by the way), you could use a WAY OLD computer and be at a better advantage than someone who has a “real” Mac or Windows with Final Cut or Premiere, simply because of all the money you save.

Codswallop!

>Pixar and some other Hollywood places have already figured this out, but they wouldn’t have told YOU! LOL

LOL….Name one Hollywood Studio That uses an old Linux computer with 28MB of RAM….I never seen one while I was actually working in Hollywood. (what a dump btw)

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