Distributions

Debian gone

Has Debian vanished from DNS? Or is it just me?

(Problem found. ComCrash's DNS servers (75.75.75.75/75.75.76.76) are ignoring Debian. Oh, well. Google's servers will do in a pinch.)

Slackware!

No Slackware takers yet? This is possibly my favorite distribution. It's a very "DIY" style of distro.

My machine is actually Slack 10.2 with some heavy modifications ... I keep up to date with the kernel, waiting on 2.6.24. In fact, many times it's not convenient for me to "upgrade" to Slackware 12 because of the customizations I've made. more>>

openSUSE Build Service Version 0.5 (Pointsettia) Available

The openSUSE project releases the version 0.5 of the openSUSE Build Service. This code drop does provide the functionality as provided on build.opensuse.org the first time as official tar ball release. Pointsettia provides the complete infrastructure to build single hardware architecture distributions. System images can be created via KIWI.

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Thoughts on the direction of openSuSe

Hello, I was wondering what others thought of the direction of OpenSuSe? I believe it to be an awesome distribution but cannot stand the package management since they merged Red Carpet. It takes too long to even open the package manager since that happened. Anyone else have an opinion?

Linux booot problem

Hi, I have a PC which i work rarely on,i exactly dont remember which os i had installed on it.My question doesnt matter to this info.

It has bzImage in its boot folder,so it boots but it is set to load root file system using nfs from another PC of me. more>>

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