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Simon Perreault nomis80 at videotron.ca
Sun Jan 14 16:22:08 PST 2001


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On Sunday 14 January 2001 19:15, Erich Heintz wrote:
> I probably used Enterprise somewhat incorrectly. I was thinking of it
> purely in a volume perspective. Having to maintain a significant number of
> workstations and a handful of servers running linux, I just don't have the
> time to handle required updates via a "from scratch" methodology. The love
> I have for LFS is offset by the convenience of having precompiled binaries
> available for relatively minor patches that close security holes. The love
> that I have for really "nitpicking" my machines gets overshadowed by the
> need for speed.

Boy will you love ALFS!

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