On Wed, Jul 24, 2002 at 09:58:35AM -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> In a message dated: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 16:09:11 EDT
> >  The early iterations of Red Hat's anaconda install did have some serious
> >bugs in them. 
> Let's re-write that as:
>       The iterations of Red Hat have some serious bugs in them.
> It's more efficient and more accurate :)

Now now....
> >  It usually takes Red Hat two or three tries to get something right, but
> >they usually do get it right, eventually.  ;-)
> I'd say they usually, after 2 or 3 tries get it *mostly* right.  I 
> have yet to see them release anything that didn't have at least one 
> major problem which resulted in Derek bitching quite vocally to me 
> about it.  Or vice versa for that matter :)
> For an amusing chuckle, check out RH's bug reports searching on Derek 
> as the submitter.  He has a way with words :)

I could counter with the bugs I've submitted to Debian for resolving
and how well those went (not to mention the number of e-mails/IRC
chats with Wichert trying to figure out WTF broke while installing
soemthing), but I'm above that. ;)

Distros have their problems, no doubt about it.  It's fortunate we can
have this discussion at all as compared to Windows users.  It's also
fortunate that we can find our own ways around some of the problems that
also happen to be distro-agnostic (SI instead of kickstart for example).


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