On Mon, Jan 19, 2004 at 01:12:25PM +0000, Ken Gilmour mentioned:
> No way, As soon as you install a windows XP box (with SP1) there are 64
> updates required... every single one requires a reboot.
>> With linux, the ONLY time you need to reboot is to update the kernel. I
> hardly ever update the kernel. The only time i update systems is if
> there is a critical remote flaw detected.
You should really reboot if you upgrade glibc too. You don't *have* to,
but wierd stuff can happen. Just like you don't *have* to reboot after
every windows update. But it's often a good idea.
You certainly don't have to reboot 64 times on install.
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