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Re: Which one is better Ubuntu Or Fedora 9

On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 10:07:18AM -0400, Mark Haney wrote:
> I have to completely disagree with that. (At least the last part) I have  
> a fairly large network (20+ systems, some SGI clusters) and I must say I  
> have more trouble out of my Debian systems (put in before my time) than  
> any other system I run.  And we run everything from RHEL, SLES, Gentoo,  
> Fedora and FreeBSD.

One thing people working in Linux have to remember is that different
versions of the same distro have had problems.  The Linux environment
has been evolving much faster than Unix--after all, Unix has had 30+
years to settle down (and believe me when I tell you in the early years
in Unix I saw some really hairy problems!), while each new Linux distro
is assembling a complex system from sometimes disparate components.

If your Debian systems are older, or weren't maintained in a consistent
manner, I could easily see you having severe problems.

	Dave Ihnat
	President, DMINET Consulting, Inc.
	dihnat dminet com

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