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    Re: FYI (Score: 1)
    by che on Tuesday, May 14 @ 10:53:15 BST
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    Did I say that? Read my post again.

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    Re: FYI (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, May 14 @ 14:21:06 BST

    You misunderstand the original poster.

    suse only needs to work on one or two arches, debian needs to work on 11, some of which not even supported by the official developers of most of the big software packages (which means the debian packagers have to port the software first).

    The point is, getting software running stable on an arch doesn’t mean it runs stable on another arch. Debian requires a LOT more effort to become stable.

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