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Arch Linux: the better hobbyist’s distro

I made the switch from Debian Unstable to Arch Linux for my home desktop a few weeks back. I’m both impressed and pleased.

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Ubuntu 9.10 karmic installation… Not so positive.

So, i thought I’d give Ubuntu a go. After running Debian unstable for a while (with pleasure, I might add), I was in for some new experience. First of all, the graphical install of Ubuntu sucks. The standard graphical install gave a blank screen, so that needed using a “safe graphical mode”. Why the installer […]

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“Segmentation Faulty Tree”

I am trying out Debian GNU/Linux (unstable) on my desktop for a while now, and I am not yet used to apt as a packagemanager. I’m sure it’s darn powerful (why else whould Debian run on it, as one of the oldest and most revered distro’s), but it feels like it hides the most simple […]

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