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    antiX: Full vs. Base vs. Core?

    (Looking at the 16.1)

    Whats the difference?

    Also, does the 32bit have Non-PAE?

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    I would also like to know the differences. I found this thread whilst trying to determine what they are. You'd have thought there would be a table somewhere.

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    it took me 1 minute to find this:
    you're welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nihili View Post
    it took me 1 minute to find this:
    you're welcome.
    Did you post the wrong link? That says almost nothing of the differences between the versions.

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    What kernel is antiX-16 using?
    A customised 4.4.10 version.
    There are several other kernels available via the metapackage-installer application. Such as:
    custom-4.6.2 non-PAE and PAE for both stable and testing/sid
    various non-PAE and PAE libre kernels for both stable and testing/sid
    There are two types of members on internet forums. One kind is not willing to search and read. They ask questions. The other kind does search and read. They answer the questions. Above quote is from web page nihili linked to.

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    Searching is how I found this forum thread!

    I'm not sure the information you quote refers to the differences between the core, base and full installations though and I think there are a lot more differences as well. The base version is like half the size because it doesn't include a lot of apps. It doesn't even include the GUI package manager. Version 17 will change this though, I heard.

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