Scratch my earlier suggestions - I thought you used Windows all you life...
Let me throw back another question - what does Gentoo potentially give you
that OpenBSD doesn't? Surely you can compile most packages to your heart's
content on OpenBSD (I know really little about BSD... :$).
Pada Rabu 06 Oktober 2004 12:08, Robert Kiely menulis:
> FRLinux <frlinux at gmail.com> wrote:
> > How valuable is your time in terms of installation/compilation.
>> Well I was thinking of doing a stage1 install of gentoo because I really
> like the idea of custom compiling for my particular machine and I want
> to learn as much as I can about linux, so, being honest compiliation
> time doesn't really matter to me. I was even thinking of trying to use
> distCC to get my other machine to help cut down compilation time
> (it runs OpenBSD 3.5). I would like to try ubuntu at some stage but for
> the moment I going to stay with one of the mainstream distros. (I plan
> to build a LFS system someday.) Anything else I should be considering ?
>> Robert Kiely
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