Does anyone know if accessible coconut is a rolling release?
Linux for blind general discussion
blinux-list at redhat.com
Sun Nov 26 01:34:14 UTC 2017
Ok, here is a crazy question. Before you throw back such answers as
google is your friend and others, suffice it to say that I have looked
and this is not even mentioned on the web except for the few times it
has come across here.
There is a new accessible coconut operating system which is now
available. I have downloaded it and looked at it, but the one thing
that keeps me from deciding whether or not to use it is this.
Is this a rolling release like talking arch, kali, and a number of
others? If it is, that's fine. I do not like having to replace my os
every 6 months. I do not like the kind of data loss risk that comes
with that kind of practice. This machine is the only one I have so it
is used for many critical tasks, and I don't like computer problems or
long times out for maintenance. I like to use the computer more than
reinstall operating systems and lose data.
If this is a rolling release, we might consider using it over here. I
have no way to know other than asking the people on the list where it is
being talked about.
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