RedHat 6.2 vs 8.0
Thu, 30 Jan 2003 14:32:33 +0100 (CET)
I don't find the GUI particularly impoverished (I don't really use it
beyond mousing around the icons).
The antialiased fonts and gcc 3.1 are a sufficient reason to upgrade. The
font stuff is extremely important especially if one's screen real estate
is limited. OS X 10.2 has the most readable font rendering on 1024x768
than I've ever seen. RH 8.0's looks crude in comparison. But it's a vast
improvement over 7.3 already.
On 30 Jan 2003, Luis Villa wrote:
> P.S. In general, I think Eirikur hit on most of the relevant points wrt
> 8.0 v. 6.2: HW support, installation, ext3, security, etc. I can't
> really think of anything else offhand- I'd say media support (which has
> come a looong way in Linux since 6.2) but they mostly emasculated that
> for patent/DMCA reasons.