wounded in the line of duty
We use CentOS for our servers, Ubu/Kbu for user desktops. It's a good mix. CentOS provides us with stability and reliability (yes, I know Debian, Ubuntu makes a good server but CentOS is by far more predictable), and the 'buntus provide the bleeding edge (i.e. multimedia mainly) packages users want. Simple to me really. chkconfig is much more efficient (I know it's heritage, thank you) for enabling/disabling services than anything a Debian based distro is offering. Install software, run chkconfig, it's done. Server side, that is indeed a thing of beauty. My hope is that there can be some co-existence between the two camps as each has compelling reasons to be used.
And thanks Dag, really, for all the work you do in making my life easier, the rpmforge repos are a mainstay for things like Munin and countless other packages you port for the unworthy masses like myself.
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