Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 13th Dec 2006 06:02 UTC
Debian and its clones's executive editor recently decided to retire Red Hat 7 after seven years of loyal service as his home LAN's firewall/router OS. This article chronicles his trials and tribulations as he presses "pure Debian" into service, first as a server and then as a Linux desktop. Read the complete tale here.
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Debian Desktop
by SilentStorm on Wed 13th Dec 2006 07:40 UTC
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Debian is not an out of the box distro for desktop but rather "a kit distro" (like kit cars) that needs your fine tuning and customization. If you have the time, curiosity and a bit of experience to do these type of things, Debian becomes "the ultimate desktop distro for you".

And even if you use the unstable (sid), the system works flawlessly without any major problems.

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