Date: Mon, 04.01.21 13:54
03 Jan 2021 10:33, from bebyx -> Aaron Thomas:
be> The first thing I'm thinking of when I hear about stable Debian vs
be> unstable Ubuntu is that I always had problems when I tried to upgrade
be> Ubuntu version. Actually it just won't update and it crashed, so I had
be> to reinstall Ubuntu (just like Windows).
be> In Debian, dist-upgrade works just fine. So far, I use sid for a year
be> and feel it like more stable than Ubuntu.
Ubuntu told me that there are no further updates, and you need to reinstall a
newer version to get security updates.
LTS Long Time Support releases are a bit better ... but still.
be> I don't think there should be any file compatibility issues if we are
be> talking about storage. If both have ext4 you are good to go (maybe,
be> different file systems are also fine, but I cannot guarantee since I
be> never tested that). I exchange files regularly between my Debian and
be> Gentoo laptops (both ext4) it's more than compatible.
btrfs should be also fine.
I have a strong feeling that it will be the next "default" file system.
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