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From: Ruben Safir
To: Vagn Scott
Subject: Re: [hangout] Linux Advisory Watch - December 21st 2001
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Storm was based on Debian. Wasn't it?
I don't want to start a distro war (DEFINETELY NOT) and
I rerally think Debian has powerful arguments for it's usage.
But if you teach it to not upload sendmail because you need the
virus filters, your sort of back to square one, at least for that one
Damn autoconf better work under those conditions.
On 2001.12.27 20:33:48 -0500 Vagn Scott wrote:
>>Alan Wiess wrote:
>>> I have a virus filtering software on my sendmail client and and BIND
>>> configuration working through Oracle. Will apt-get still work for me?
>>> Probibly not...
>>Why not? YOu teach apt-get to leave
>>sendmail and BIND alone, then manage them as you see fit.
>>> Let's not overstate things. Nothing, in my experience, is harder to
>>> install than Debian Linux. Storm was an improvment.
>>It's not for everybody. Happy to hear there is a distro you like.
>> >-at- (vagn( /
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