Sean C Sieger
sean.sieger at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 15:25:03 UTC 2005
Stephen R Laniel <steve at laniels.org> writes:
> On Thu, Jun 30, 2005 at 10:52:31AM -0400, Sean C Sieger wrote:
>> What's the trick to maintaining a Breezy installation?
> Please be more specific.
Thank you for asking; I have noticed that you have got a working Breezy
installation (...and I am envious).
I have tried to install Breezy several times (throughout the month)
and several different ways (Netboot from USB; Colony1 CD-Rom and a
Daily CD-ROM last week) and I never got past the broken xserver.
Anyway, I guess the direct question to ask is how do you manage the
Synaptic Updates? How do you know what allow and what not to allow?
Steve, please forgive the feeble questions, I suppose if I knew what
I was talking about, I wouldn't be asking. How to stop, or minimize,
breakage once the installation is successful?
You know, there's something in installing Breezy successfully on my
primary machine that counts: (I don't have an 'old' machine to
experiment with) I would like an up-to-date (or maybe, an ahead-of-
its-time distribution -- let's face it Breezy is, radically, beating
the living daylights out of FC4) for my up-to-date machine. And this,
mind you, motivated by sheer excitement about the possibility.
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