Trends - how to save Fedora ?
jb.1234abcd at gmail.com
Sun Nov 13 18:07:03 UTC 2011
Alan Cox <alan <at> lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> writes:
> But clustering and directory services, like forcing LVM on hapless end
> users are really irrelevant to most. LVM wasn't a big deal for those who
> knew better - disable it on install and your disk I/O improves, ...
Be blessed :-)
You reminded me of a very important post-installation step.
Quite few services that qualified.
Btw, I thought that you would be more articulate about the new Fedora:
- preferably with a rolling release feature (more natural by avoiding those
adrenaline ups and downs in distro activities)
- forward-looking - yes, but more reasonable in its choice of projects and
- more stable due to above and by delivering when ready
- attracting more devs, also converts from other distros who are often looking
for home but are turned off by RH total control
- <fill in your own>
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