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comment Why not include something like Ksplice so there is no need to reboot after updating?
Then if anyone can produce the patches, and AFAIK its pretty simple, there is no reason ubuntu is not doing this.
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comment Why not include something like Ksplice so there is no need to reboot after updating?
Maybe ubuntu developers could make something like this. It would be a GREAT advantage for ubuntu server compared to any other linux distro.
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comment Why doesn't Ubuntu move to DVDs?
That it uses DVD doesn't mean that it will be full 4,7 GB. It can perfectly be 2gb. Also I doubt that if you have a FAT32 partition (Windows 98), your hardware will support Ubuntu. If you want it for a server I doubt you will choose the desktop edition. Pick the server edition instead.
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comment Why doesn't Ubuntu move to DVDs?
Then download the alternate CD. Most people do have a DVD reader (from vista, DVD was required)