Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
I remember a time when Linux was rock solid, and Windows computers couldn't stay running no matter what you did to try and make them stable. Boy things sure have come full circle. My few Windows machines have now been running for months, suspending or hibernating on command. They perform their duties, and never complain, crash, or give me any trouble what-so-ever. I sure wish I could say the same about my Linux workstations though.
My most recent "Linux" pain began after yesterdays Fedora 13 update which for some reason brought with it kernel 2.6.34.