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Originally Posted by i92guboj Well, that's why I stay away from binary based distros. In 1400 it was the "standard behavior" to believe the Earth is flat. Which doesn't make ...
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- 06-15-2008 #11
Installing with pxe is a valid alternative and is what I would use if you are not willing to read a bit and recompile your kernel (as I said, it's not THAT hard and you can use the config of the distro kernel). I fail to see the difficulty on that.
- 06-16-2008 #12
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I wouldn't call an initrd hassle. This is just about the only inconvenience of running one. Dynamic modules are a strength of Linux and in this case I don't think we're looking for something to work in a "a very concrete and custom way".
The purpose of this project is to provide systems for families and schools. This is not a matter of difficulty, this is a matter of keeping the distro working in such a way that it won't require in-depth knowledge to maintain and keeping it so that a system update won't break it later.