[clug-talk] Flavor of the day
mbgb14 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 27 13:26:51 PDT 2006
Let's not forget distros for smaller machines too! I'm partial to Puppy, but
DSL is great as well!
Can't forget Xubuntu as well...
On 10/27/06, Jesse Kline <jesse at kline.ca> wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-27-10 at 13:38 -0600, Shawn wrote:
> > *ubuntu, Suse, Mandriva, PCLinuxOS, FC
> > - for newer users, or simple desktop type systems
> I put Suse 10.1 on a machine awhile back, and I regret it. Suse used to
> be a great distro. but I've had nothing but problems with 10.1. From an
> updater that's broken out of the box, to a clunky interface for
> installing new software, I'm going to stay away from Suse for awhile.
> On the other hand, I'm running Ubuntu on two of my systems and I'm quite
> impressed for the most part. I'm upgrading to 6.10 at the moment. The
> one thing I'm a little confused about is that I changed the entries in
> my sources.list file from dapper to edgy, but I'm not sure if Edgy is
> like Sid in Debian (ie. it's always an unstable branch), or if that's
> the official name for 6.10 and the testing branch will get a new name.
> Can anyone shed some light on this for me?
> > Gentoo, Linux
> > - for the hard core, stuff (lean servers, dedicated users, etc.)
> Well there won't be time to do a full install, but that would be cool.
> > Debian
> > - for standard server needs
> I completely agree. I'm really impressed with Debian on servers.
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