On 5 Oct 2009 at 14:18, David Houston wrote:
I like that it is bleeding edge but still it's not testing version. What is the function of Arch distro? For fun?
Your kidding right? KISS.... I think that Arch functions really well at being bleeding edge and stable.. further more.... your using aur. Not that there is anything wrong with that but things break from time to time, I would of put this down for a reason to distro hop.
Will google for Rock Stable Arch. Thanks.
Was thiking about PC-BSD.
Thats a toy!
Yes Arch functions great! But why I need always to fix something after Syu? It's just annoying. Really. As I said once before, I'm not a programmer or linux developer. I just need an OS which is working and it's stable. Nice, good. What I want to say is: Arch is bleading edge but there is a testing version as well right? So if I run testing version I can expect things not working, goes wrong and so on. Of course, with regular release I can expect the same, but not after each Syu, right?
I'm using AUR and never had an issue with apps from AUR.
Thanks for that link. Very useful. I got an idea to remove PHP completelly and to start over. Maybe it would work that way. I don't know. But I really had an issue with badly synced mirror. So, each time before Syu I need to update my mirrorlist as well :P
What's wrong with PC-BSD? It's based on FreeBSD which is very good OS in my opinion. NetBSD is also great, but for servers.
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