On 07/04/2005 09:24 PM, Ethan Benson wrote:
On Mon, Jul 04, 2005 at 09:09:37PM -0700, Net Llama! wrote:
Except that for grub, you don't just install it once. Everytime I
upgrade Fedora, it needs to get installed again, and I go through this
fiasco again. Last night, I was about this -> <- close to just
installing LILO and moving on with my life.
you could use debian stable like me, then you only upgrade the OS
every 3 years or so, then grub can pretty much be installed once and
forgotten about for at least that long (you don't even strictly have
to upgrade grub on disk when the package or OS is upgraded either).
heh now that I have probably offended just about everyone ill shut up
heh. debian stable is about as much of a polar opposite to fedora as
you can get, other than perhaps some harcore gentoo stuff.
thanks, but i'll stick with fedora. at least i know that i'll be
fighting with grub every 6 months ;)
L. Friedman netllama@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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