i like the way they offer 2 versions - a pure open source one and one
(the "eval" version) with flash, acrobat reader , realplayer and other
proprietary stuff. Nice!
lets face it - just plonking say Ubuntu on your Dad's system involves
change sources and grabbing all those extra packages to play mp3s ,
realplayer and such like. Much nicer if those codecs/players are
actually in the distro itself - far less hassle.
On 10/7/05, adam beecher <lists at beecher.net> wrote:
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