Tuesday October 08, 2002 - [ 09:56 AM GMT ]
Topic - GNU/Linux
- By Timothy Lord -
Recently, I tried out Red Hat's new version 8.0 ("Psyche"
on my testing machine -- a machine whose purpose in life is to prevent me from making stupid mistakes with actually important data, equipped with a hard drive that's frequently wiped and refilled from scratch. Without trying to strain your credulity, I will say up front that Psyche's installation process (and the finished, freshly-installed system) is the best combination of ease and power that I've seen yet in any version of Linux to hit my hard drive.