Quoting Dr. Craig (firstname.lastname@example.org): > > > Dear Debian team, > Out of all the many choices for installing the many different > Linux operating systems out here on the internet why is it that Debian is not > the preferred choice outside academics? I think you know! Because it takes an > academic in Computer science to install the system the way you guys have it set > up. Apart from vague ranting and doubtful assumptions, do you have any constructive suggestions to make? > > Never mind just another nobody not from your computer circle who may not > be living in the basement or attic of their parents home (or academia) who has nothing > but time on their hands after 5 attempts. Which probably explains why an entire region in Spain is using a Debian-based distribution in thousands of computers in schools/libraries/etc. So are doing many govt. based organizations in Venezuela, numerous ISP servers all around the world, several cities in Europe, a small country in Asia and all examples I can't even mention because I'm not aware of them. I would suggest you better document your arguments before jumping in that game, please. > > > For the rest of us simple minded who have better > things to do (in our minds) with our time, how about a simple install download. > > The present download disk 1 (i86) is worthless. Do you guys ever ask outsiders to test (non nerds) doubtful? I'm afraid you don't even mention what disk you're talking about, what Debian flavour you were installing and what failed. Please, instead of dummy ranting, try to bring more information next time you post and please bring facts instead of, as I said, random ranting. I guess this is all about dreaming, though, and we will never get much more from you. Strange that I even answered, indeed.
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