Justin Mason wrote:
> Timothy Murphy writes:
>> On Friday 22 February 2008 11:10:26 am jm at jmason.org wrote:
>>>>> I'm not sure how you're still seeing /dev/hda on Gutsy. Feisty was
>>> terrible for this breakage, in that after a reboot I found myself dropped
>>> into a maintainance shell with no clue about what had changed... (yeah
>>> yeah I should have read the changelogs before 'apt-get upgrade'ing, I
>>> know ;)
>> You confirm my suspicion that Ubuntu is only for pointy-heads
>> who edit the kernel while it is running, with emacs.
>>>> Normal people run Fedora, and pray for guidance.
>> I have to say, Ubuntu seems to do this kind of thing quite a lot.
> Everything's fine, and shiny, and easy to use -- then bam, an "apt-get
> upgrade" has screwed your kernel config somehow and you're in that
> maintainance shell again. :(
Ubuntu has good marketing
Fedora has good engineering
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