[kde-linux] Thought in desperation
lars.koraeus at gmail.com
Fri Dec 4 13:12:15 UTC 2009
Yes Anne we have tried with SLED.
We also have minHP that did come with preloaded SLED but we had to change to
openSUSE 11.1 as they did, surprisingly, not work very well with the preloaded
system. With the new openSUSE 11.2 everything is very good. The correct
monitor resolution, sound, camera, wireless etc.
The Enterprise distributions are more rigid it do not give us the freedom we
want and need.
I think our problem is that we at the same time develop a lot of different
kinds of embedded Linux systems. We try to use the same platforms in the
office. I gives us experiences and confidence with what we are doing.
We have from time to time looked at other distros to have as a base.
But it will be to complicated to keep different "standards" in mind.
Our dilemma is also that we need to be in the front in our system development.
IE we have waited for features in the latest Linux kernel etc.
On Friday 04 December 2009 18:35:49 Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Thursday 03 December 2009 13:37:30 Gmail wrote:
> > My problem is that we are a hard/soft-ware developing company and we do
> > also build total signage and traffic control systems.
> I would not consider for one moment running state-of-the-art distros on
> such a system. That's what Enterprise distros are for. Install CentOS
> and you get an ultra-stable KDE 3.5 system. Keep your KDE4 system outside
> your business interests.
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