Re: Gentoo future

2008-04-20 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After being a user (for at least a year each) of Redhat, Suse, Debian I finally went to Gentoo and intend to stick to it. What I like most: - I had to reinstall only once, when I changed my computer. That's great ! Experience has taught me that, should a new version be

Gentoo future

2008-04-20 Thread alain . didierjean
After being a user (for at least a year each) of Redhat, Suse, Debian I finally went to Gentoo and intend to stick to it. What I like most: - I had to reinstall only once, when I changed my computer. That's great ! Experience has taught me that, should a new version be issued, the safer and least

Re: Gentoo future

2008-04-20 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After being a user (for at least a year each) of Redhat, Suse, Debian I finally went to Gentoo and intend to stick to it. What I like most: - I had to reinstall only once, when I changed my computer. That's great ! Experience has taught me that, should a new version be

Gentoo future

2008-04-20 Thread alain . didierjean
After being a user (for at least a year each) of Redhat, Suse, Debian I finally went to Gentoo and intend to stick to it. What I like most: - I had to reinstall only once, when I changed my computer. That's great ! Experience has taught me that, should a new version be issued, the safer and least

Re: Gentoo future

2008-04-20 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After being a user (for at least a year each) of Redhat, Suse, Debian I finally went to Gentoo and intend to stick to it. What I like most: - I had to reinstall only once, when I changed my computer. That's great ! Experience has taught me that, should a new version be

Gentoo future

2008-04-20 Thread alain . didierjean
After being a user (for at least a year each) of Redhat, Suse, Debian I finally went to Gentoo and intend to stick to it. What I like most: - I had to reinstall only once, when I changed my computer. That's great ! Experience has taught me that, should a new version be issued, the safer and least