[CentOS] Should I and can I upgrade GTK+/PyGTK?
lesmikesell at gmail.com
Thu Oct 13 17:41:53 UTC 2005
On Thu, 2005-10-13 at 08:37, Lamar Owen wrote:
> > But, if you really want a new car it is kind of painful to replace
> > all your individual parts even though it is possible when you
> > group them appropriately. Especially when the price is right for
> > that other new car...
> To go even further in the analogy, what do I want in a car? Do I want the
> very latest untested engine that might strand me in the boonies? Or do I
> want an engine that has had hundreds of thousands built and tested? Or
> worse: what if I have a new whiz-band hydrogen engine, and run out of gas
> a couple hundred miiles from the nearest hydrogen station?
Yes, it would be nice if some distribution tried to mesh a stable
OS and well tested device drivers with the latest application versions
where a bug won't cause a system crash anyway. It's a little too soon
to tell whether Ubuntu is going to work that way.
les at futuresource.com
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