Debian GNU/Linux Install Guide
Posted on: 06/04/2003 02:49 PM

Saw over at OSNews that Addaboy has posted a Debian GNU/Linux installation guide

For those of you who have heard of Debian and want to try it, let me assure you the installation process is not as tough as it sounds. Once you do get a working system running, you'll be very glad you did. Debian's package management system, named apt-get, is extremely useful for installing and removing programs and their respective configuration files to and from your system. The apt-get sources will allow installation of literally thousands of packages and also provides an easy way to perform a network install of Debian. Debian is also very highly configurable and the stable versions are, as named, very stable. I have used rpm-based distros in the past and I would definitely say I will be a Debian user from now on.

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