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Re: How to Battle the "Too Many Distro" Myths

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____/ Sinister Midget on Tuesday 16 Aug 2011 01:25 : \____

> On 2011-08-15, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> claimed:
>> The broken dreams of a Linux system administrator
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>| To make the things easy the best solution would be: to have 1 distribution
>>| at the same level on all servers, use only 1 application stack to deliver
>>| services (java, ruby, php).
>>| I can understand this can become too strict, over time new release of the
>>| distribution come out and itâs not so easy to upgrade all server, or
>>| different group can use different software.
>> `----
>> http://linuxaria.com/article/the-broken-dreams-of-a-linux-system-administrator?lang=en
>> Not hard, right? Yesterday I installed Debian on my server, from SD card...
>> try that with Windows or OSuX.
> I have 4 distros on a 4G thumb drive, with room for at least one more.
> Try /THAT/ with proprietary crapware!
> Hell, Windummie OSen can't even deal with more than one partition
> without major outside help.
> http://www.ghacks.net/2009/04/17/partition-usb-flash-drives/
> Leave it to the "professional" retards to make something that is so
> simple to acheive by ordinary mortals be so difficult to do with their
> own crapware that third parties have to pick up the slack.

It's amazing that some people claim to be doing real work on such archaic platforms. 

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