Storm tracking on Linux and verses MS
johndecarlo at gmail.com
Mon Oct 8 02:05:36 UTC 2007
On 10/7/07, D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre at rosegardenmusic.com>
> On Sunday 07 October 2007, Knapp wrote:
> > Spent installing or sleeping? I know that it can take a download some
> > time to update but this is like saying you work on your clock 24/7. I
> > would only count the time I spend looking at it or adjusting it.
> I agree in principle, but when I go install Linux at someone else's house,
> have to wander around in their back yard for an hour or so waiting on all
> that to finish, so it's time that does count. There's also no way to know
> when it's done unless you're sitting there, so if you wander too long, you
> might be wasting your own time.
I know a better way. Don't install the updates while you are standing
Take notes (if you feel you need to) on all Feisty updates, in case there
are any you are worried about, and just download those in person.
The rest you can update overnight - just set a cron job before you leave.
And if you did it even more frequently, you could build your own Feisty
CD/DVD with the latest updates already on it. Not that hard, really.
John DeCarlo, My Views Are My Own
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