[LAU] A sound decision

Stephen Stubbs theother1510 at sbcglobal.net
Wed Mar 17 09:16:44 EDT 2010


> It's all about what you choose to do. And with passing time the required
> effort might grow.

>Oo 10 years..yeah that could work. I'm not a frequent update either,
>but anyway a little guesstheomatical fun:
>That, is the conlcusion of a best-case scenario. I didn't have
>anything better to do, I have the flu since this morning.

Ray, if you can do this kind of brainstorming while having the flu:  I'd want you in my think tank!  Hope you get well soon.

I'm a very low-end user.  I rarely use more than 30% of the available features in the audio software.  So staying up with the latest and greatest versions is not a concern of mine.  Hence maybe in 10 years I'll finally find a reason to upgrade.  And then again, maybe not.  The capabilities of current Linux audio software is very impressive.  Thanks to the Community.

Stephen.>> The other thing I like about Arch Linux is that it doesn't automatically check for updates, and it doesn't try to push updates on you.  Now that I have a system running the way I want, I can leave this system as is for the next 10 years if I wish and there won't be any broken programs due to buggy updates.  Oh what joy, again!
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