[Mono-list] future of Mono
ian.norton-badrul at thales-esecurity.com
Thu Jun 2 06:47:30 EDT 2011
On Thu, Jun 02, 2011 at 10:00:10AM +0100, Andrew Brehm wrote:
> Matthew Winter wrote:
> > As for Attachmate/Novell/SuSE, they have lost me as a Linux customer. I
> > will be using Ubuntu from now on, and recommending that going forward.
> I am one of those idiots who regularly bought SuSE Linux distributions. I'll
> now stop doing that. It's a pity because YaST remains a great tool. What
> does Ubuntu use in its stead?
There isn't one tool really there are often dpkg scripts that can invoke to
re-configure a program, but not always.
> I need to find a new Linux distribution. I need something that is available
> for several platforms (I like seeing the same software with the same look
> available on different systems). Isn't Ubuntu a version of Debian? What's
> the advantage of Ubuntu over plain Debian?
If you are running servers for a company ubuntu-server gives you the whole
long-term-support stuff that debian doesnt, that said, debian for me tends to
be a shade more stable (if less new).
I started out in the linux world on redhat and mandrake, and discovered debian
after a couple of years and havn't looked back (and now it's 12 years later).
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