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Getting started w/ Debian

On Tue July 20 2004 11:15, miah wrote:
> You can net-install redhat too, http, ftp, and nfs last I checked..
> While redhat may have some stupid bugs, atleast they aren't 3 years
> behind.

If you knew what you were talking about, you'd know that Knoppix uses a base 
of mostly Debian testing, and last time I checked there were some unstable 
packages in there as well. None of them are three years old. Some of them are 
newer than their FC2 counterparts. 

Beta 4 of the Sarge installer was made available on April 30 [0].

I expect statements like this from Slashdot, but from BLU? Sad.

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