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SubjectRe: [OT] Re: Which kernel (Linus or ac)?


On Fri, 12 Oct 2001, T. A. wrote:

>
> I know. Please don't remind me of UnixWare. I buried that at my
> clients' and companies' sites in the Linux 1.2.x days.
>
> > x.0 release: New stuff, interesting, buggy
> > x.1 release: A passable cleanup of the bugs in .0
> > x.2 release: A smooth, polished, evolution of .1
>
> Well here's hoping that 7.2 is smooth and polished. Especially since
> Redhat has become the defacto standard and I'll probably be trying it out
> again.
>
Please, this is just the wrong mental attitude. I have nothing against red
hat distribution, but the just one standard is LSB one (I do admitt, many
people from Red Hatm, SuSE and other distributions worked on it).
If a distribution is LSB compliant, it is standard. usually de facto
standard tend to vanish with the time.



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