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Re: OpenBSD/Errata/BUGTraq et al.

On Tue, Oct 17, 2000 at 05:17:49PM +0200, Attila Nagy (bra_(_at_)_fsn_(_dot_)_hu) wrote:
> Hello,
> > Look at Debian. You can upgrade to a new version without even a
> > reboot! Alas the PC architecture is not really designed for remote
> > users. When will there be a cheap PCI card with onboard ethernet, sshd
> > and an emulated serial port for remote console access? (cf. HP-UX LAN
> > Console)

> Hmm. Look. I've upgraded my OpenBSD box (2.6/sparc) to 2.7 from a remote
> machine. I've had to reboot once, with the new kernel.
> And that went fine, without problems. Try this with linux after a half
> year! It will be incompatible with itself... :)

Cute rhetoric, but patently untrue, given a good distro choice.  I've
done same live on systems I admin with no console access under Debian.

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