OT: Corel Linux (hijacked from Re: Chrome on Ubuntu)
christopher.chan at bradbury.edu.hk
Thu Jun 11 02:24:42 UTC 2009
> But Red Hat had pppoe support, which is why I ended up sticking with
> RH/Fedora for 8 years.
Yeah...right...there was no pppoe support for any of the Redhat Linux
distros. You had to install roaring penguin packages to get that. I
cannot remember which Fedora Core distro had pppoe support but it should
is not for the last eight years if that is what you are inferring.
> I had tried installing Debian a few times, but never once succeeded in
> getting the X server to function (even when attempt with the same exact
> configs for the same hardware as used in RH), until this current Lenny
> system I'm writing from at the moment (my laptops have ubuntu, which is
> why I stay on this list while, now, all my office desktops have debian
Sorry, can't share any experience on that. Worked in a Redhat shop and
prior to that I only had experience with Redhat, Mandrake, Corel Linux
and Caldera OpenLinux.
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