[CentOS] Transition test report going from CentOS8 to Debian 10.

Fri Feb 5 18:40:11 UTC 2021
Leon Fauster <leonfauster at googlemail.com>

Am 05.02.21 um 18:20 schrieb Lamar Owen:
> On 2/5/21 11:32 AM, me at tdiehl.org wrote:
>> Hi,
>> On Thu, 4 Feb 2021, Warren Young wrote:
>>> ...
>>> 1. The package names are often different, and not always differing by an
>>> obvious translation rule.  ...
>> Yep!! It is a pita when trying to get things running for the first time.
>> I started this journey on a couple samba DC's before the Red Hat 
>> announcement.
>> Libraries are almost always different names but even common packages 
>> like dhcp
>> and bind have different names, configuration files and commands to do 
>> the same
>> thing. Most of it is not that hard to figure out but it does take time 
>> to do it and it is a lot more work than going from CentOS 7 to CentOS 8.
>> ...
> Maybe I'm just weird, but I don't find naming differences to be big 
> differences.  Like I keep telling optical astronomers, radio astronomy 
> is just observing at another wavelength; I get a lot of mean looks when 
> I say that, too.  It's all light, why are humans so special that our 
> three sensory passbands centered around 450nm, 540nm, and 575nm should 
> be so important?  Why is the 400nm-700nm band more important than say 
> 1000nm to 1700nm other than human eyes' sensitivities?  Package naming 
> is syntactic sugar, no more and no less, IMHO.

There is a small peak around 437+-2nm that has an impact on your
eyes (photochemical risk). I would take care of this 5nm band!

Leon :-)