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    Re: Additional ‘update’ CD for potato? (Score: 1)
    by Anonymous on Thursday, May 24 @ 19:14:12 BST

    If you don’t mind springing 25.00, Libranet

    probably has done the best job of integrating

    the latest features (Kernel 2.4.3, Xfree86 4.0.2

    ReiserFS,KDE 2.1.1.yet being just as stable as potato.

    Plus it comes on just _one_ CD.

    This is another plus to Libranet .

    They cherry pick Debian’s 4500 available programs

    for the “latest and greatest”.

    Once installed it can be used like a regular Debian version, ie apt-get your heart out.

    Finally, having installed and used it yourself

    you will be able to confim first hand that it is

    an excellent way to introduce the Newbie to Linux

    and Debian.

    Your Name: Anonymous [ New User ]



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