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    Re: Woody’s install process (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Sunday, October 28 @ 10:18:32 GMT

    Me too,

    Its also one of the reasons I run Debian. The more colourful and shiny features get involved, the more unstable things get often. I would really love if things stay as they are and get just more improved.

    And I hope that Debian *never* gets a graphical debconf or that. Then it would be no matter if using Windows or MacOS etc.

    Sometimes, I am really bored and annoyed if there are too many automatic configurators, e.g. anXious sometimes gets up when doing an upgrade which cannot be canceled and chraches my XConfig (lucky me, I always have a backup there and do not use XDM/GDM/KDM :-).

    Left to say, I hope Debian stays the way it is and that power is afforded in more security and stability

    greetz, Timo


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