Re: debian mentors & ubuntu
David Nusinow <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Unbuntu is 99% Debian (it would be quite reasonable to describe an
>> ubuntu system as "running debian"), so what's the big deal?
>> [The small amount of stuff that _is_ different seems to mostly be
>> high-profile end-user GUI apps that aren't going to have much
>> significance for a server anyway.]
> Then why not run Debian?
I've no idea; maybe the ubuntu CDs were handy. In all likelihood it's
some completely random reason.
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