> >I'm after spending the last 5 hours trying to get it installed & I
> >give up, I'll just use Ubuntu.
>> Good choice, you will not notice any difference in speed between the
> two to be honest.
I did however notice a difference in speed between SuSE 9.x and Gentoo.
Gentoo is nice if you want to live on the bleeding egde and play with stuff.
A significant number of features broke over the lifetime of my current
Gentoo system, and while I got everything fixed, this isn't exactly nice.
It does have the side effect of getting to know the system better, though,
looking at obscure packages and their place in the overall system ("WTF is
foobar and why did it fry my modem?"; I exaggerate, of course ;-)
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