2008/7/24 Andrea Scarpino <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> 2008/7/24 BjÃ¸rn Lindeijer <email@example.com>:
>> Dear all,
>> Even since I got a full time job back in September 2007, my time for TU
>> duties has been limited. A few months ago I switched to a different DSL
>> provider (since the previous one couldn't get their act together), and they
>> gave me a PPPoE modem instead of a router, which I couldn't get to dial in
>> on Arch Linux, which basically forced me to switch to something else, Ubuntu
>> in this case (pppoeconf had it done in seconds).
>> From then on it just went downhill. I kept updating and sometimes rebuilding
>> packages on an Arch Linux installed on VirtualBox at work. However on each
>> Ubuntu kernel upgrade it broke down and recently it seems to have done its
>> last breath since it no longer boots after Arch Linux ran out of harddrive
>> space while upgrading the kernel.
>> I decided this is where it ends. I've really enjoyed Arch Linux while it
>> last, and I think it really rocks for those who want to be always up to date
>> and also easily package their own stuff, allowing for a convenient and
>> complete management of all system files. However, frequent breaks and
>> security problems (no doubt mostly my own fault) had already made me prefer
>> other distributions on my laptop and server.
>> I'll post my list of packages in a separate email.
>> Thanks for several enjoyable years!
> Thank you for great work and good luck!
> I hope you`ll come back.
Thanks for all!+++
I home you come visit us again sometime. ;-)
Roman Kyrylych (Ð*Ð¾Ð¼Ð°Ð½ ÐšÐ¸Ñ€Ð¸Ð»Ð¸Ñ‡)