Idea to promote CRUX

Tilman Sauerbeck tilman at crux.nu
Tue May 25 18:11:37 UTC 2010


Clemens Koller [2010-05-25 10:32]:
> Hi, There!
> 
> Am 24.05.2010 23:46, schrieb justin domingue:
> >I've been using CRUX for about 2 days (still getting my kernel panic,
> >but I will resolve it soon) and I would like to get more people using
> >CRUX, more people thinking as I am (I think the same as CRUX
> >phylosophy).
> 
> I've been using CRUX for many years now for several servers and other devices on
> x86 and PPC. I really like the hands-on philosophy, but once you are getting busy
> with other tasks than maintaining your systems, one thing is really a pain: the
> manual upgrade process each CRUX release.

Yes, that's a valid point.

> So, my biggest wish for CRUX: go for Rolling Releases.
> That would it make it easier to use/maintain CRUX in production environments.

I'm just not sure how to do it. How to sanely handle handle ports
renames, port removals, ABI breaks etc? :|

Regards,
Tilman

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