Linux. Do it your way!
Apr 11, 2012, 14:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"But I believe it is worth the effort. And by the end of the
process, you will have probably learned something that you did not
know already. One of the aspects of Linux that I would like to
point out and focus on is the amount of different processes and
methods of what can be used for Linux operating system
"Sure, we have fancy graphical installers such as Ubuntu?s
Ubiquity and Red Hat?s Anaconda. But despite coming a long way in
the last 5 years or more, they are still not the
one-solution-for-all of installers that you might like to think.
There never will be a one-solution-for-all installer that covers
all architectures, methods and options."
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