[Smaug] Fedora 12 Beta now available
abcruzww at gmail.com
Thu Oct 29 16:21:58 PST 2009
Here we go -
On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 5:20 PM, Peter Belew <abcruzww at gmail.com> wrote:
> Regarding Ubuntu server ...
> On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 4:57 PM, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
>> Quoting Peter Belew (abcruzww at gmail.com):
>>> Yes, as you and others have pointed out, stripping down what's
>>> automatically installed by some distros is a good idea. Even better
>>> would be a better control over installing the initial packages than
>>> Ubuntu etc. provide.
>> I remember finding not-difficult ways around that, but can't remember
>> exactly how. Of course, you can always just remove metapackage
>> ubuntu-desktop (all the GNOME stuff), and then apt-get or aptitude in
>> what you want. But then, that's treating Ubuntu as a funny-looking
>> Debian, and you might as well just go straight to Debian-testing, if you
>> lean that way.
>> Alternatively, start with Ubuntu Server, which is somwhat sparser.
> Isn't it the case that Ubuntu Server is installed with a different
> kernel and maybe some other items? You can use the Alternate Install
> CD to install Ubuntu with the desktop kernel and no X. I think there
> is some difference in resource allocation - not really sure.
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> It's completely normal that you lose data on "Windows" platforms.
> That's why you have a UNIX or Linux or BSD server for backups.
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> UBUNTU 9.10 29 Oct '09 http://www.ubuntu.com/
It's completely normal that you lose data on "Windows" platforms.
That's why you have a UNIX or Linux or BSD server for backups.
UBUNTU 9.10 29 Oct '09 http://www.ubuntu.com/
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