klemperal wrote:Oh, and no detail/difference is to small to mention.
Well, since you said that...
I had PCLOS 2007 installed for some months last year. And I had 0.92 installed before that.
One thing that bothered me was that Synaptic was not as good as what I've been used to in distros like Ubuntu, Mepis, Mint, and Debian. I guess because of what Fred mentioned above, apt-get vs. Redhat Package Manager.
In PCLOS, Synaptic was much slower when it came to upgrading or shall say "reloading," as I recall.
Also, I don't think that there was any place to view "Installed Files."
And there was no way to view a terminal window when changes were being applied. When I asked about this at the PCLOS forums, texstar was kind enough to reply: "Maybe take a look at aptitude? I think it has a ncurses interface that might fit what you are looking for?"
Those are really some things that I could live with, but they were irritating to me. Other than these Synaptic issues, I thought PCLOS was a great distro.