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[ale] ReSolved (mostly): SuSE-10.x too tricky for my builds!

On Tue, 2007-04-10 at 16:13 -0500, John Mills wrote:

> How 'bout a nice holy war as to the best distro for product development? 
> Much heat, little light as usual!

RedHat derivatives have always been pretty good for a complete build

But then Debian is also pretty solid as well.

But the hands down winner is Slackware. Since all of the stuff for Slack
comes as a tarball, and all apps start as a tarball, Slack has a very
solid build environment. No package-foo to muck with, just headers in a
location (or two) that make sense.
James P. Kinney III          
CEO & Director of Engineering 
Local Net Solutions,LLC        

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