On Thu, 24 Sep 2009 06:15:36 +0800
Ray Rashif wrote:
> Indeed, sounds like Arch. And it's not a bad thing that you can't
Oh, yeah, this brings me to a point that I forgot to mention previously:
The package management tool, pacman, is really just that. It doesn't do
any system administration for you, you have to do that yourself.
This is mainly merging of config files and somesuch, it hasn't been a
lot of trouble for me so far.
For really big changes that affect many there's some advisory on the
website and on some ML, but that's it, so it's a good idea to check
that before doing updates.
About the rt kernels:
We don't have as much experience as Fernando, so the rt kernels
are probably not as tuned yet, but since it's trivial to make config
changes and compile/install kernels that could change quickly. The
current rt kernels are based on the vanilla kernels and unpatched
(except for some ATI graphics compatibility), which is a little plus I
Well, that's all I can think of for now.
Hope that helps,
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