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    Re: Debian is better – Why? (Score: 1)
    by che on Saturday, November 24 @ 00:12:54 GMT

    Debian is *not* about being anti-Miscrosoft, although most of us aren’t sympathetic to the crappy OS monopolist. This is irrelevant nevertheless. Debian is *not* a windows killer and it will never be. Debian is a OS by the people and for the people that follows it’s strict ethics and is not driven by money.

    Debian is a superior OS for it’s own merits. Remember before most of us got here we were using Windows, Mandrake, Redhat or Suse.

    I didn’t install Debian because of the lovely grafical maintainer nor for lovely automatic hardware detection (*grin*).

    I learnt to love Debian using the stable release on servers. No fuzz, just the basics. At that time I was runing Redhat and Mandrake. Guess what partions got assimilated? :c)


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