Left by Rawhide
Posted Jul 16, 2012 21:50 UTC (Mon) by jackb
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Every once in awhile things break, sometimes spectacularly, and it definitely keeps your system diagnosis skills sharp. But for the most part, it works very well and gives you a more control over what's going onto your system.
I haven't used a traditional Linux distribution in over 10 years; I've been using Linux from Scratch followed by Gentoo. It's difficult for me to remember what it's like not to have that control.
Do regular distributions break less frequently than Gentoo or do they just break in different ways?
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