From: sehh of H.I.C. & D.B.S. (sehh_at_altered.com)
Date: Thu Mar 23 2000 - 03:10:27 EST
On Thu, 23 Mar 2000 00:06:45 -0500, STeve Andre' wrote:
>The primary concern for it now, is that the operating
>system is old enough that it contains now known security problems, which is
>what will drive its upgrade and reboot, not unstability in the software.
One note here, Linux doesn't require as many reboots as windoze, its possible
to do a huge software upgrade on the operating system without booting.
The only thing that would force you to reboot is a kernel upgrade, all others are
dynamicly used (or most parts anyway).
Same thing counds for OS/2 actualy, but OS/2 needs a reboot if you change some
drivers, unlike Linux which can use modules. (modules can be loaded/stopped
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