Re: compiling a Debian package
Lisi Reisz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> It is much the best solution to the problem you keep expounding.
It is not a solution at all.
> You clearly dislike Debian intensely, so it is daft to keep using it.
I don't dislike Debian, I only dislike that the developers broke it.
> Windows would give you everything you say you want: up to date
> hardware support and proprietary drivers. And no FLOSS dead ends.
No, I don't want non-free software. It's only something that's there
and which is required because unfortunately, there is no alternative.
> Debian has decided to go back to its roots.
No, it hasn't, it has turned away from them.
> Debian is what it is. Most of us like it, which is why we use it. If you
> don't like it, don't use it.
Well, it's a pity to see a distribution which has been great for such a
long time go down like that. And it's not easy to find a replacement,
so it'll take some time.
Debian testing iad96 brokenarch