On Wednesday, 1 October 2014 at 16:57:07 UTC, Kagamin wrote:
On Wednesday, 1 October 2014 at 15:45:26 UTC, eles wrote:
The first thing that I love in Linux is the centralized update.

The downside is it's taken down centrally too, while distributed windows software continues to work independently of each other.

Yes, this is exactly the reason why Microsoft is moving towards the Microsoft Store. They must have taken notes.

For how long will the repository taken down? 24 hours? 3 days? You speak about Red Hat or Debian or Ubuntu repositories? And? You cannot live without the super-updates for 3 days?

The problem that you expose is negligible.

Repositories of the not latest version of the OS. Because only latest version receives development. That is, if the OS doesn't have rolling updates.

Most of them, have. And for the release-style distributions, upgrade is rather straightforward, much less disruptive than in the Windows world.

You need to test Linux. Seriously.

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