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Re: Linux distributions.



Amen. I was using RH, but I got on my nerves always waiting at starrtup for
kudzu not-to-find any new hardware. LEt alone the user has very limited
possibilities of fine tunning his system.
As of know my "big" machine is running Woody like a charm.

Zee

----- Original Message -----
From: "Hans Borg" <Hans.Borg@Physics.umu.se>
To: <newbie@XFree86.Org>
Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 11:30 PM
Subject: Linux distributions.


> Hi all,
>
> Have followed this forum for a time.
>
> No doubt that video-cards and associated monitors present problems
> in any X-server used (XFree86, XFreeBSD .....).
>
> My impression, though, is that a lot of people using RedHat are running
> into problems. I my self is using Slackware. I have been told that
Slackware
> requires more "knowledge". Isn't  that what Linux is about. The user have
> control. RedHat seems to approach MS-widows OS. That is probably why
> I am getting so many reports about security holes introduced by RedHat.
>
> Other peoples opinion would be interesting to hear.
>
> BG.
> Hans.
>
> E-mail: Hans.Borg@irf.se
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