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Re: potato late, goals for woody (IMHO)

On Wed, 3 May 2000, Ari Makela wrote:
> Manoj Srivastava writes:
> >         Useless may be a bit strong. 
> Useless is more than a "bit" strong. I'm perfectly happy with Slink on 
> my production servers and on my personal NFS server. Mind you, I ran
> Samba and Apache, nothing fancy. Almost all I want is that they are secure.

And Slink would be more insecure if we had released Potato already?  SCNR.

I have to confess that I am having the same problem as Manoj:  I simply
cannot recommend Debian any more to my friends and collegues.

> Also, many friends of mine use Slink (some of them because of my
> recommandation) and they are also quite happy with it. Slink is very
> good for some/most purposes. Rock solid and secure.

And trying to do serious development on it is a pain in the neck.  You
need to upgrade a lot of stuff.  Any recent RedHat is more useful for this

Richard Kreckel

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