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Originally Posted by chris-harry I tell you what they should do, have a very small cd of Debian, purposly for all those with slow internet... like those with adsl (joke) ...
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- 06-19-2005 #11
Originally Posted by chris-harry
I have never used Debian itself, but have used numerous debian based distros (mepis, knoppix, xfld, morphix, kanotix, dsl, ...) and I have a possitive opinion of all of them. If I was setting up a server, I'd go with the debian stable, for home use, the testing and unstable. I acutally use a few things from the experimental servers (xfce 4.2 for instance).
- 06-19-2005 #12
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- Apr 2005
- Upper Peninsula of Michigan
I managed to download DSL one day. Took me about 8 hours but i managed it somehow. I didn't care for the browser included though (I think it was dillo).
- 06-19-2005 #13
Dillo is usefull enough for a few things (I use it as a html plugin for my mail program, Sylpheed Claws). I imagine it's included in DSL for it's small size and footprint. If you install DSL, you can always apt-get whatever browser you wish.