Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Jan. 27 2008,05:58
The key difference between uci and tar.gz is, that if you have a persistent opt set up, you can install tar.gz extensions permanently and not have them load up every boot, like ucis. This has a minor speedup, bigger on older computers.
The only part where having an unc over uci/tar.gz is a compiling extension, because then you don't have to enter some variables, or gnu-utils, because some programs hardcode for example less to /bin/less and expect it to be there.
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