On Sat, 28 Oct 2006, Sam Johnston wrote:
> Many of my issues with running Debian on the desktop which led to my
> brief encounter with Ubuntu have been resolved and I am now running etch
> with much satisfaction. The things I found nice about Ubuntu (like the
> grandmother friendly software updates) are in Debian now too.
I'm in between the two at the minute myself. I'm told that everything
"just works" as you would expect now on Debian, but it definitely doesn't
in sarge so I'll wait for etch (I'm not running testing on a desktop, I've
done it before and it gradually turns into a mess). Given the current spat
over dunc-tank who knows when that will be.
> At least upgrades aren't so much of a problem :)
I really, really miss that.
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