Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 11th Aug 2006 08:33 UTC, submitted by Rob Williams
Gentoo Techgage reviews Sabayon Linux, and conclcudes: "After taking an initial look at Sabayon, I have mixed feelings. Though, I feel more joy when using it than anything negative. One reason this distro may stand out above others is because it takes a difficult base distro, and opens its arms for new users who want to experiment. When it's all said and done, you will have a full functional Gentoo machine after the installation, topped off with a Sabayon coat of paint. What a great looking coat of paint it is."
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Deathspawner
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2006-08-11

Well, no partition is completely 'safe'. It's up to people to use their brain and make sure they are not going to overwrite their partitions. But, I found the Sabayon partioner to be one of the easiest I've ever used.

It's much better than the partitioner included in the x86 Live Gentoo disc.

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Anonymous Penguin Member since:
2005-07-06

"Well, no partition is completely 'safe'. It's up to people to use their brain and make sure they are not going to overwrite their partitions."

I have installed hundreds of distros and virtually every OS which works on a PC. But the Gentoo GUI installer is seriously buggy and destroys logical partitions.

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