Date: Tue, 03.11.20 19:13
PT> I used Slackware a long time ago then I switched to debian
PT> becayse I had a lot of issues with it.
Back when debian first came out I was highly unimpressed with it. Same with
redhat although at the time it was the easiest to get up and running right out
of the box. I may still even have the install CDs for those kicking around
somewhere. They'd be around 25-ish years old by now.
As for Debian, the main issue I have with them is compatibility. Things like
substitution eglibc for glibc, mawk for awk, etc. Also I always got the
impression that debian is the microsoft of linux distributions which in my case
is not a good thing.
I think Slackware is probably the most stable distribution although I haven't
been keeping up with the others.
Life is good,
... Don't cry for me I have vi.
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