From: jmcc (jmcc at domain hackwatch.com)
Date: Mon 08 Jul 2002 - 17:13:28 IST
On Mon, 8 Jul 2002, Colm Buckley wrote:
> On Mon 08 Jul 2002 17:12, Brian O'Donoghue wrote:
> > [It's very sweet - http://www.bynari.net/bynari/insightcon.html for
> > more information.]
> > If I could get this thing to run on Slackware the office could move
> > away from exchange tomorrow...
> Are you high?
> I don't really think Slack is suitable for production environments;
> it's fine for learning about Linux and all its little tweaks and
> twiddles, but it's such a pain to keep it up to date with security and
> bug fixes etc...
Warning: Holy War possibility :)
Slackware is not as userfriendly as Redhat but it does require a higher
level of self reliance than distros like RH or Suse. Slackware 8.1 has
been released and it is still a 1 CD installation for the main
part. (Base/X/KDE/Gnome). RedHat 7.3 is certainly impressive and is
actually a lot easier to instal when it comes to autodectection and
automatic X configuration.
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