#kubuntu - Tue 17 Apr 2007 between 01:40 and 01:44

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cblack0not to mention they don't have much of a record for QA yet. We shall see.
hitmanWillyslestak, you can pull them off with apt, linux-image-<kernel version>-<release version>-generic
cblack0DaSkreech: there is no way we are having a separate backup for ubuntu systems that doesn't also integrate our windows servers, offsite rotation, and oracle
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cblack0I respect ubuntu and like it, but I've been using linux in companies for awhile, and ubuntu isn't ready.
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nu-thank you
hitmanWillyslestak i.e. sudo apt-get remove linux-image-2.6.20-14-generic
cblack0here is a good example, our SAN vendor isn't even THINKING about adding ubuntu to their compatibility matrix
kalorin_cblack0: I agree but only because things like oracle say they wouldn't support it
same deal with debian
cblack0exactly
kalorin_I personally think it's pefectly ready
but you can't convince someone that it is until someone like oracle says they'll support it
cblack0technically MAYBE, but all the other stuff isn't ready
kalorin_what we do, is we just make an /etc/redhat-release file and pop it out there
and poof, we're running redhat for support purposes
actionkalorin_ shurgs helplessly
kalorin_shurgs helplessly
cblack0I also haven't seen a lot of SAN/multipath install info
flaccidcblack0: what in particular is not ready
kalorin_cblack0: the real thing that these companies should be saying they support is Version X of the kernel, and VERSION Z of the glibc stuff or whatever
other than that, nothing really matters which package manager you use or what it's called
cblack0flaccid: not sure yet, but I don't have as much faith in ubuntu's testing on stuff like FC SANs and multipath for instance.
kalorin_it's all stupid to even argue about, I like my saturn you drive a jeep, mines better, no mine is
who cars
who cares
bill_ok
cblack0kalorin_: agreed. I would REALLY like to see LSB really be used/supported, but it isn't :(
bill_here is a BIG question
flaccidso there is no reason basically considering it uses packages from debian upstream
kalorin_what's a FC SAN's?
bill_I am installing the mp3 support
cblack0fibre channel
kalorin_our san at work just had an RPM I had to install
bill_I have universe and multiverse ON

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