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Re: Debian Bug#20445 disagree

> > I understand this and it is a good point. My concern is with people
> > who are trying to install Debian and the difficulties they encounter.
> > There have been several posts lately from experienced people who tried
> > to install Debian and had it blow up in their faces. Such happenings
> > can greatly hinder Debian's reputation and general acceptance.
> How many of these people had problems from properly built packages?

All of them.  It was that the packages didn't work in certain situations.

> > What do you figure to be the number of people who will want to use these
> > utilities with a 2.1 kernel that do _not_ have any sort of internet
> > access?  Also, how likely are the current versions of these programs
> > to work with future versions of the unstable 2.1 kernel and the 2.2
> > kernel that will eventually come from it?
> What about people who need such support now (before the cd is released).

Get it from "unstable", just as you have in the past.

                                 ( bcwhite@verisim.com )

    In theory, theory and practice are the same.  In practice, they're not.

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