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Postby llivv » 2008-01-01 20:14

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Postby ComputerBob » 2008-01-01 21:28

Good story! Thanks for sharing it! Wow, one year! The day after tomorrow will be my one-MONTH anniversary with Debian, and just about everything you mentioned that you've done was way over my head. :lol:

I feel like "the new kid" in a highly prestigious school -- happy to be here, and very happy that the "upperclass" students aren't hazing me. :wink:
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Postby ajdlinux » 2008-01-01 22:45

In many ways your story was like mine when I first started using GNU/Linux, except less weird *nixes and slightly less breakage :) I've used Mandrake, Red Hat (albeit briefly...), Knoppix, Debian, Ubuntu and Gentoo, and probably others. Like many I had X troubles, network troubles, etc., but it's all good in the end :)
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Postby Silenus » 2008-01-28 17:51

For me it was knoppix for a year or so on live cds, then various other live distros. Finally moving up to Debian, then Ubuntu(ew), and back to debian. :)
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Postby vpsville » 2008-03-07 15:35

Debian support is top notch in the internet community. That with the most stable distribution makes Debian a no-brainer.
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