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Getting started w/ Debian

On Tuesday 20 July 2004 10:41, Matthew Valites wrote:
> > I'm planning on doing my first Debian install this week via the install
> > option of Knoppix.
> Why are you using Knoppix to install debian?  Debian's net install is
> very easy and a fairly large selling point in general for the OS.

What does it matter how he gets it installed? I know piles of people who just 
want a cd to put in the drive. Maybe he doesn't have a net connection? You 
say it like it's a bad thing to install Debian via Knoppix.

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