[plt-scheme] Re: plt-scheme Digest, Vol 16, Issue 19

From: geb a (geb_a at yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Dec 10 12:43:38 EST 2006

We've been  using Fedora Core 4 and it has woked
excellently.  There are a few niggling details that
have bothered me but I'm pretty sure its the network
administrator! (me...)  I especially like kickstart
and yum as utilities.  Kickstart allowed me to bring
up a lab (22 machines) from the box to full
functionality in a day.  Yum makes it easy to download
and install packages.  Have fun!



> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2006 09:48:15 -0500
> From: Kyle Smith <airfoil at bellsouth.net>
> Subject: [plt-scheme] In search of Linux compatable
> with DrScheme
> To: plt-scheme at list.cs.brown.edu
> Message-ID: <457C1E2F.9010406 at bellsouth.net>
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> I'm going to be purchasing  a workstation dedicated
> to running a *nix 
> flavor.  When I checked last
> there were not too many options for *nix that were
> listed as 
> compatible.  I'm soliciting comments
> from my fellow PLT list readers on  their own
> experiences with *nix 
> installations and DrScheme.
> The only real *nix experience I've had was Sun
> workstations while in  
> graduate school, which
> was too many years ago to count.
> I'd appreciate any comments and recommendations.
> Thanks,
> --kyle

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