Linux Distros & the Except When We Don't Syndrome
Nov 06, 2014, 09:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Christine Hall)
It turns out that we like cookie cutter distros, except when we don't. We like a newly adopted distro to work exactly the way the one we were using before worked, except when we don't. We want to be able to move back and forth between Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Debian with ease, without having to learn slightly new ways of doing things on each distro, except when we don't. This thinking seems to be a little fuzzy to me.