Tuesday, August 09
I've been using RedHat-based distros of Linux since 5.1. Not RedHat Enterprise 5.1, which came out around 2007, but the original RedHat 5.1 from a decade earlier. I use CentOS 6 and 7 - the free distribution of RedHat Enterprise - for production, because I know where everything is, and can go straight to the right config file to fix any issue, rather than crawling through Stack Overflow looking hints.
Posted by: J Greely at Friday, August 12 2016 03:26 AM (ZlYZd)
But I have to say, being able to apt install julia or apt install pypy rather than fussing about with tarballs of portable binaries is really nice. And a hell of a lot better than waiting two hours for PyPy to compile.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Friday, August 12 2016 07:53 PM (PiXy!)
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julia.i686 : High-level, high-performance dynamic language for technical
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Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Monday, August 15 2016 05:32 AM (XOPVE)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Tuesday, August 16 2016 11:49 AM (PiXy!)
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