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Originally Posted by GameFrame Suse has succeeded perfectly with graphical installation but i dont like that distribution due to you gotta do things in "Suse´s ways". Debian is more for ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameFrame View Post
    Suse has succeeded perfectly with graphical installation but i dont like that distribution due to you gotta do things in "Suse´s ways".

    Debian is more for users who have experience from Linux and wants to do things in their ways.
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    Debs vs RPMers, doesn't get old, does it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameFrame View Post
    Suse has succeeded perfectly with graphical installation but i dont like that distribution due to you gotta do things in "Suse´s ways".

    Debian is more for users who have experience from Linux and wants to do things in their ways.
    Sadly, Ubuntu is heading that way also.

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    Hi : I would suggest looking into the Ubunto family of distros - very good on netbooks and laptops - I am currently running Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx on 3 laptops and 2 desktops and generally the latest releases have gotten better with netbooks too. I have also downloaded VirtualBox (free under Ubuntu) and have win98, WinXP, Kubuntu VBoxes that I can mess around with and try other OS's

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