Conor Wynne wrote:
>>On Wed 22 Jun 2005 13:52, Braun Brelin wrote:
>>>>>>>Anyone have a good suggestion for a 64 bit Linux distro?
>>>I'm looking for a distro that has good support for multimedia apps...
>>>>>>>>Distro War, FIGHT!
>For a workstation, ubuntu or mandrake are my choices.
>I'm currently in love with ubuntu.
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Now that there seems to be a cease-fire for a time at least, I have a
question re the packaging as we seem to have gotten into that to some
I have one machine running Suse Prof and I frequently find that a lot of
packages are not upgraded to the latest in the 'update' repository, and
some aren't at all (peculiar apps and some devel libs for e.g.).
We've heard that the pros and cons for how things are packaged and done,
but how do people feel on the speed at which updates are added to the
package repository once there are updates available, for the various
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