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On 04/03/08 19:11, Chris Walters wrote:
> All GNU/Linux distros I've tried use the same basic kernel (where
> support for
> the filesystems is built), and have the same basic GNU/Linux services.
> So you
> can have that stability with virtually any distro. In my experience, the
> compile options used to compile the kernel, the filesystem tools, etc.
> is what
> determines whether it will be stable. Sometimes, the kernel version itself
> will make a system unstable. For example, having kernel compile options
> that your computer doesn't support can make the resulting system unstable.
The difference, I think, is in how long the "publishers" of a distro
branch issue security releases for it.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
We want... a Shrubbery!!
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