[ale] New install of SuSE
esoteric at 3times25.net
Fri Feb 20 07:44:39 EST 2004
Trey Sizemore wrote:
> On Thu, 2004-02-19 at 16:14, Chris Fowler wrote:
>>This may be flamebait but the "community" part of Fedora Core scares me.
>>We spend a lot of time getting a distribution to work with our
>>development environment. If it is not backed by a commercial
>>organization we may experience problems in the future. We may not.
>>I'm loading SuSE via FTP and will give it a try. If I do not like it
>>then I'm going to load Fedora Core #2.
>>I might want to begin downloading ISO's just in case ;)
> Check out this page to get you up-and-running with apt-get for SUSE. By
> far the easiest way to keep the machine up-to-date.
Is this based on personal experience? What do you have against yast? I
find yast to be superior to any update method I've seen in any
distribution. I'd suggest pursuing the 'native' method for the
distribution, before jumping to something else.
Until later, Geoffrey Registered Linux User #108567
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