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Re: asking for a router?
Hops, that's reminds me, today I started `lizard` (non-graphical
system management of Caldera OpenLinux Server 3.1), and my Xsession
crashed immediately. As for Webmin, don't even ask!
Kirk Strauser wrote:
> At 2002-02-19T03:28:16Z, Andrew Basterfield <email@example.com> writes:
> > I used to really like Linux but I couldn't believe the mess they made of
> > 2.4 kernel, or how long it could possibly take to sort it out. This is an
> > OS with big bucks behind it these days.
> I just *almost* re-installed Debian on a spare partition of my workstation -
> until I remembered why I switched exclusively to *BSD in the first place. I
> got tired of having kernel panics when I printed to my USB printer.
> Flaky-VM death spirals were far too annoying, and were only fixed when the
> VM system was ripped out of the PRODUCTION KERNEL and replaced with an
> untested package. My SCSI CD-ROM mysteriously quit supporting CDDA for a
> version or two. I lost data when the 2.4.(was it 13?) kernels trashed the
> file system if you used the 'shutdown' command instead of hitting the power
> I loved Linux for the longest time, and will probably start using it again
> (at least part-time) one day, but this crap from a "stable" system is just
> simply intolerable. How can I look my boss in the eye and recommend a Linux
> server for our mission-critical systems? It *may* work, but very well may
> not. Sigh.
> Kirk Strauser