Re: [OT] Linux Distributions Guide
On Thu, Mar 18, 2004 at 01:46:51PM +0100, Andreas Tille wrote:
> On Thu, 18 Mar 2004, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> > I didn't see anything that made it that special from hundreds of other
> > reviews of different Linuxx distributions.
> It's not real special but it is written from a users point of view and
> was "advised" in a forum of medicine experts. So I just wanted to let
> people know how users rate Debian. I had the feeling that we tried to
"how users rate Debian" is a bit of a strong opinion for the opinion of
> focus more on user (read here "not experienced user") interests. While
> Debian is rated high in comparisons done by developers this comparison
> implies kind of a "TODO-list". This was in my eyes the interesting point
> regarding the difference to other tests I've read in the past.
- more frequent releases
- a graphical installer
- more user-friendly/conistent administration tools
None of these points is unknown or new.
> Kind regards
BTW: "SUSE seems to be a bit less tied to its GUI tools than [other
RPM-based distributions], not that any distribution really requires
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