On Wednesday 17 March 2010 18:47:08 david wrote:
Actually its not "ubuntu" that does the checking but that little gui-tool.=
Which can be un-installed with less then five clicks if needed.
Real automatic updates have to be activated by hand in ubuntu. Probably onl=
by console-work. Don't know if that is also possible in gui because I only =
the console tools...
Apart from that I think ubuntu's release mode is much more suited for stayi=
stable then gentoo's/arch's as it allows to run "only security fixes"/"only=
minor updates" for 18 months with the regular releases and for five whole y=
with the LTS-releases.
Last time I tried something like that with gentoo, I switched to ubuntu aft=
a day of failures...
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