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Posted on 06-12-07 20:12
BSD is also (apparently) more secure, and more organized in its development.
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Posted on 06-12-07 20:18
probably due to its age. they have had alot of time to refine it.


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Posted on 06-12-07 20:53
no i know those basic facts, what i meant more was like a based-on-your-experience why you'd recommend it kinda thing.

@OP you can be certain when he said debian he did NOT mean ubuntu...


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Posted on 07-12-07 12:48
If u don't want to start out with a cli in linux just install KDE. Although I'm pretty sure that debian comes with gnome installed so you can use the desktop interface and still run commands in the terminal.
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