pfff. slackware 9.0 was released yesterday! nya nya!
i've had so much trouble with my redhat boxes. and more recently with the rhn.
it seems that slackware does not always package the latest versions, but hangs
onto something with proven reliability. The early version 3 releases of GCC
were _so_ broken. why oh why did redhat package them.
i've yet to find a major problem in any of my slackware distros, so i'll be
changing over my college server as soon as i get the chance. a way
underestimated distro imo.
>> -----Original Message-----
> From: Red Hat Network [mailto:dev-null at rhn.redhat.com]
> Sent: 24 March 2003 20:24
> To: rhn.redhat.com at spamfilter.cc> Subject: Red Hat Linux 9 -- Get it Early
>>> Dear dahamsta,
>> We've recently made some changes to Red Hat Network based on survey
> data that we received from you. We found that two items of extreme
> interest to our users are early release of Red Hat Linux ISOs and
> improved technical support.
>> Beginning March 31st, paid subscribers to Red Hat Network will have
> access to Red Hat Linux 9 ISOs - a full week before retail store and
> Red Hat FTP availability. Also, Red Hat Network subscribers will
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