[buug] tired of redhat, and i want something new to play with
jan at caustic.org
Mon May 5 09:41:48 PDT 2003
On Mon, 5 May 2003, Brian Sobolak wrote:
> The reason I ask is altruistic, of course - I'm currently running
> -STABLE on a headless server. But I'm going to move it over to an
> actual workstation and wondered if I should stick with -STABLE or make
> the jump to 5.0. It isn't critical for me, and won't be my primary
> workstation, so a few glitches are more than tolerable.
i would stick with -STABLE for a while yet. the last time i had 5.0 on a
machine (roughly 5 weeks ago) i didn't even have a working mozilla, and
some other applications would fail in odd ways. i'd also have random
kernel panics if i ran anything that'd use kernel calls for updating
(gkrellm, systat, etc) on a frequent basis.
other than those issues, it was generally not to bad.
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