Other linux systems are not as easy as Ubuntu - my opinion

Kristian Rink kristian at zimmer428.net
Mon Sep 25 06:39:52 UTC 2006

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Am Sun, 24 Sep 2006 19:29:30 -0500
schrieb Wade Smart <wade at wadesmart.com>:
> My point is, while I know Solaris is for a different use, its to darn
> difficult to install and therefore, who knows if its good to use. I
> know Ubuntu installs fast and easy and its easy to use. 

A little OT since Solaris ain't Linux: Last weekend I spent some
quality time using Nexenta GNU/Solaris (http://www.gnusolaris.org)
which will come in handy right here: This is basically an almost
fully-fledged Dapper Drake, being different just in that it is based
upon an (Open-)Solaris kernel rather than a GNU/Linux one.
Nevertheless, so it is Solaris and it still brings the same ease of use
(at least if you're an end-user) you like about Ubuntu. If you're an
administrator, however, you still will have to get used to the Solaris
system which, after all, is just different to Linux. ;)


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