From: Ray Bay (canyonlands_at_theriver.com)
Date: Sun Jan 02 2000 - 01:34:25 EST
I have installed several versions of Red Hat and Slackware... including
on three different servers and several desktops. These included 486's,
Pentiums, Pentium Pro's, and Pentium II... But never on a Thinkpad...
and never on a Pentium III.
We never had any problems with stability with either product... and got
more help on Red Hat... I think they are both pretty good, but there is
more free stuff with with Red Hat... and more self styled experts
Michelle Klein-Hass wrote:
> >I'm just getting Redhat 6.1 rolling on my Thinkpad 365XD.
> Why Red Hat? Red Hat is a very unstable and unpredictable distribution.
> I suggest Slackware 7. http://www.slackware.com/ .
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