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For a one man show he is doing an excellent job, and for the past few months he is not well to considering all this, he is doing an exceptional job, and u can always upgrade the softwares or install new ones if u want to
It's funny how rumours, misapprehensions and half truths spread and continue to propagate.
Only today, I was singing Slackware's praises to my NetWare consultant, a man whose skills, knowledge and judgement I hold in the highest regard when he interrupted, "Oh Slackware, the best that '95 has to offer."
well you could say debian hasn't had a release in forever. Or like FC, mandrake, Suse... and crank out releases (crappy releases) that don't work, slow and crash. I prefer to compile what works. Would you buy a car that can go 200mph but will only start 50% of the time? I'll take a truck that gets the job done.