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[quote] On 10-10-2001 20:13, Foddy wrote: [quote] On 08-10-2001 14:22, Kurupt wrote: Says I. They say it's really good n'all, but what can you do when installing it is about as user-friendly as a moldy dog turd. [/quote] OK, I know I'm a little late in joining in on this discussion, but here goes. Having installed RedHat 7 recently, I personally think it's gone too far over to the "easy-install" side. You put the boot disk in and get flashy graphics, a windowing system to select which packages to install, and can do the lot in a couple of mouse clicks. I would also disagree with Theman, who said about Linux "Secure, yes". If you want to make Linux secure, you have to know what you're doing. You have to keep up to date and have to know how to tie everything down. You're not going to get a secure server out of the box. You can do exactly the same for Windows, it just takes a whole load more reboots. :wink: Foddy [/quote]
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