Re: "I do consider Ubuntu to be Debian" , Ian Murdock
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Mirko Scurk wrote:
> Michelle Konzack wrote:
>> Am 2007-03-20 10:32:06, schrieb H.S.:
>>> I agree with this. In my experience, one can choose to configure every
>>> detail in Ubuntu by editing configuration files, the same way as in
>>> Debian. At the same time, Ubuntu also automates many things and provides
>>> a nice simple GUI for others (source packages gui, update gui, package
>>> installation gui).
>>> At our univ. we had our Linux image changed to Ubuntu recently. I kind
>>> of manage my own machine, and still use text files for administration
>>> whenever needed, even though I could use Ubuntu's GUI. Just shows that
>>> the user has more than one option to customize her/her system.
>> Sorry, but I have tried (K)Ubuntu several times, but whenever
>> I have configured some things by hand and it WAS working, the
>> GUI tools have every time destructed my configs and I had to
>> reconfigure all by hand again.
> Could you provide some example of this?
> I never had such problems in ubuntu!
Excuse me, please take this issue to the Ubuntu mailing list.
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