djemos wrote:There are so many linux distributions around. Usually people say i like this distro for this particular reason.
But what if someone has critical data, and wants to be sure that its linux distribution will run like rock without problems? For this reason i use salix (slackware).
I have used so many distro's (gentoo, debian, ubuntu, suse, centos, fedora, etc.
Iincluding rolling distro's (like arch linux) too. After a while always returned to slackware.
So stability is important for everyday work.
And if someone wants to test new features or Bleeding edge software can play with as many distro's he likes to.
But if he is wisdom, will choose a stable system and when we speak about stability slackware (salix) is the best.
With slackware the user is the master of his system.