I'm starting a new one to avoid creating unnecessary work for the moderators.
I'm still a beginner in Linux but planning on eventually migrating all machines at work from Windows to Linux. It is important for me to learn as much as I can. I thought I was learning the correct way until these posts:
gm10 wrote: ⤴Wed Aug 15, 2018 6:49 pmLMDE stability depends on Debian.
All of Linux stability depends on Linus.
gm10 wrote: ⤴Wed Aug 15, 2018 7:58 pmThen cut out the middle-man, if you get your kernels from https://www.kernel.org/ you don't have third-party bugs at all. Nor their fixes, of course.
I never got a reply back after these:
The forum members who ridiculed my posts without educating me never replied back to my followup questions, so I'm here hoping to get the answer from other experienced members. Can you guys explain why my assumption about Debian vs Ubuntu base was wrong?mediclaser wrote: ⤴Thu Aug 16, 2018 10:52 amPlease refer to my question above. If my argument sounded like what you describe, it's probably because of my limited knowledge as a Linux beginner.