On 8/30/06, Lars Hecking <lhecking at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> It is an advantage over Linux distributions IMHO that the base system is
> not made up of oodles of packages that all are created and maintained by
> different groups. But I'm not proselytising here ;-)
Yes, i second that, having the possibility to upgrade a system base
without having to care for the applications at first is a good thing
to me. You can then recompile the whole of the applications installed
but at least, you know your base system is stable.
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