Am 14.06.2012 23:42, schrieb M. Edward (Ed) Borasky:
2. Move everything else: compilers, desktops,
server technologies like Node.js and NoSQL databases and
virtualization infrastructure - to a rolling release similar to
Tumbleweed or Gentoo.
A user basically never needs a new compiler or glibc or such -- that's
more or less a "developer only" feature.
And I think the kernel needs to be *out* of
Tumbleweed. If you're doing kernel testing / development, you're not a
user any more. ;-)
Users buy new hardware. New hardware needs new kernels. No new kernel ->
I've pissed away *way* too many hours
VMware Workstation, VirtualBox and NVidia driver modules.
Well, don't user proprietary crap, then :-)
I never recompile VMware and NVidia drivers, and the Virtualbox guest
modules rom 12.1 work just fine on the VM running on a Windows host.
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