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Pabst Blue Ribbon wrote:
Roger Blake wrote:
On 2017-12-29, dale wrote:
How about a terminal/thin-client running a cloud distributed java
byte-code OS with availability of byte-code apps including development?
The only thing besides that I would want is hardware input/output like:
CD/DVD, USB stick, memory card, etc. might give a rise to the hardware
consumable market ...
With the right model I think OS or network development is even possible
Sounds awful. However, I reject "the cloud" and prefer to maintain local
control of my resources and data.
The server don't have to be outside of your home. For example, your desktop
computer is server (doing all the heavy calculations), your table
(receiving commands for
you and displaying the graphics). The only problem
here is the connection speed, obviously.
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