I fail to see whats so difficult about a Debian install. Okay, maybe a
beginner might soil themselves when it starts asking about kernel
modules and stuff. But its a pretty standard fdisk,name
partitions,setup network card and your as good as done.
On Thu, Mar 15, 2001 at 11:13:16AM +0000, Paul J Collins wrote:
> If your hobby is trying as many different distros as possible, I'm
> sure that ease of installation is a priority. I have installed Linux
> exactly four times on my own hardware since 1996, and unless I buy a
> new computer as a supplement rather than a replacement, there won't be
> a fifth.
>> Installing Debian is not hard if you read the documentation and don't
> try and brute-force your way through it in ten minutes. If you just
> want to boot from the install CD and click "Next" until it's time to click
> "Reboot", Debian is not for you.
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