Re: Which CD maker to use?
On Tue, 18 Aug 1998, Dan Weeks wrote:
> We currently have several Linux/Alpha systems running an older
> version of Red Hat for Alpha (4.1 I think) and we run development on a
> RH 5.0 system. While these are okay we keep hearing that Debian Alpha
> is better. First, is anyone using the Debian 2.0 Alpha distribution.
> If so, how is is for stability (specifically with networking, amd, and
> nfs)? Second, we would like to get it on CD, what is the best place
> to get it and what beyond the basic CD do we need to get. Thanks.
Debian will always be better, even if at some moments RedHat looks better.
There is no problems with PC versions, and all config files, organization
etc. is more clear (in my opinion).
In case of Alpha version it's now in unstable (slink directory),
but works without problems in my case.
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