There’s an old server running old version of Mandrake that I’d like to upgrade with latest kernel (with latest drivers/USB support, etc). But it seems that upgrading the existing Mandrake installation will be a lot of pain, so I thought I’ll just reinstall it with Debian instead.
Took just one day, minimum problem; and resulted in a much more usable server with more recent version of software packages.
I’m quite impressed.
Here’s another kudos for the people who made Debian a reality.