Re: Why is debian "more of a learning curve" than Redhat???
I have found that redhat was easy because the documentation was better
printed in the book stores, but I have switched to debian and found it
just as easy to work with as debian and like it better in the sense of
upgrading, the dselect does a fairly nice job compared to Redhat.
On Mon, 19 Jan 1998, Shaleh wrote:
> What makes RH that much simpler to use?? I find dselect simple, and
> linux == linux so config files are fairly standard. Yet I have heard
> that comment numerous times -- "debian is too much of a learning curve".
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