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    Reviews: My Take on Progeny (Oops)

    Posted by DanielS on Saturday, October 06 @ 13:13:00 BST (1859 reads)

    This article was accidentally deleted, so I reposted it.

    Aah, Progeny. The dream. The saviour. The best, easiest, install Debian’s ever seen. Debian++. Right? Well, uh … maybe with a little work. Read on for my assessment of Progeny.

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    Reviews: Progeny 1.0 Review: The First Generation

    Posted by rob on Sunday, May 13 @ 19:38:25 BST (4352 reads)

    Below is my review of Progeny Debian, also look at Linux Lookup’s review or Linux Planet’s review.

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    Reviews: User review of Progeny

    Posted by rob on Monday, April 02 @ 21:38:45 BST (1812 reads)

    I burned the ISO of Progeny Beta 2 on friday, and installed it later friday evening. So i decided to review it

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    Reviews: Webmin from a a control freaks’ view

    Posted by rob on Sunday, April 01 @ 11:40:02 BST (1370 reads)

    We all know ressu is the ultimate control freak 😉 So here’s what he thinks of Webmin

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