[nSLUG] Finding linux products and software
dapayne12 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 14 13:09:39 ADT 2007
Testing is more stable than unstable. I might not know what I am
talking about, but from watching the #ubuntu+1 channel on freenode I
don't know what Feisty going to look like when it comes out. The
topic is: "Large parts of feisty were broken, Including booting, and a
403 on the kernel. /msg ubotu breakage for more info. 2.6.20-15.25
fixes these. Don't use feisty yet on production systems. Expect
breakage." Yesterday the first line said that feisty was broken. It
should be coming out in 5 days, you think they would have it a little
more stable than that. I use Ubuntu, and I like it, but I may just
continue using 6.10 until 7.04 looks like it is somewhat stable.
On 4/14/07, Jonathan Anderson <jonathan.anderson at ieee.org> wrote:
> On April 13, 2007, D G Teed wrote:
> > When I saw the forum notice by Ubuntu developers that they
> > were going to ship by a gold date rather than fix a kernel problem
> > that had alsa sound busted for a good percentage of users
> > (despite the pleas of dozens of beta testers and an existing fix),
> > I started to wonder what drove their priorities.
> Yeah, this is starting to get to me... halfway between Edgy and Feisty, while
> running the bleeding edge, I said to myself, "never again... in the future,
> I'm going to stick with the latest stable version." Now, however, FGLRX
> updates mean that my laptop won't resume from suspend, and there's no way
> this will be addressed before Feisty is final (which is within the next week,
> I believe). So, I'll be stuck with the bleeding edge again.
> A predictable release cycle is nice for some reasons, but I'm really starting
> to come back around to Debian's "I'll release it when it's ready" approach. I
> might want cake at 1:00, but it's better to have cake at 1:10 than cake mix
> at 1:00.
> Now my big question is, how much hassle will it be to go from Ubuntu Feisty to
> Debian unstable (which is more stable, unstable or testing?)?
> Jonathan Anderson
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