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  1. #21

    Quote Originally Posted by bigtomrodney
    I would guess that windows registry is responsible for about 90% of all bluescreens.
    In my experience, most of them are due to corrupted files/drivers and utterly random memory read errors (I get lots of those, however there's nothing wrong with my memory or anything else in this machine, except windows).

  2. #22
    Linux Guru Cabhan's Avatar
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    Y'know, I've never even TRIED to figure out the Registry. At some point, if I end up working with Windows computers, I'm sure I will, but I have no inclination currently to waste my time.

    On the other hand, I'm able to look at virtually any Linux config file and figure out what's going on (sometimes with man page help).

    Keep it that way. The current way makes it so much easier to understand.

  3. #23
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    May 2005
    The most I've ever done with the registry is remove some entries while trying uninstall and application by hand because the installer failed.

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  5. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Sygnus X1 View Post
    what is the linux equivalent of the windows registry (if there is one)?
    just wondering, no realy reasong

    windows registry stores configurations and Under Unix like systems Follows File System Hierarchy standard so all the configurations can be found in /etc
    as files.

    IBM AIX has Object Data Manager for storing such configurations...

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    arch linux
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