On 29 Jun 2005, at 13:59, nadir at compsoc.nuigalway.ie wrote:
> gentoo can be rapidly deployed, insallation can be performed over a
> automated, distcc can be used to aid in compilation, binary
> packages can be
> built, a centeral repository for binary distfiles created, and
> servers deployed
> in next to no time.
To quote another contributor to this thread. "I feel like I'm
banging my head off a brick wall."
Why bother doing any of the above? It's all done for you already in
Ubuntu or Debian.
If you are seriously going to persist with the argument that Gentoo
is faster to install than Ubuntu, then there's basically no hope for
the discussion, as you're clearly in cloud-cuckoo land.
Colm Buckley / colm at tuatha.org / +353 87 2469146
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