> Since running Gentoo necessarily implies running binaries which have not
> tested to anywhere near the same extent, I believe it would be insane to use
> it for anything critical.
>> Yes, I know several people have said they use Gentoo, and their computer
> broken, but that's hardly the point. The point is how sure can you be that
> there isn't a nasty little bug in there somewhere, thats going to cause you
> trouble down the line.
hey you should work this one out with your brain 2 * 2
yes it equals 4, I get the same result with my brain.
>> Paul's argument about it being bleeding edge is also relevant.
>no it's not, you can install whaever versions you want through portage, stop
talking about things you know nothing about.
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