[ILUG-BOM] Re: Seek advice to quit Windows
Sat Jan 20 22:14:42 IST 2007
Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> On Sat, 20 Jan 2007 19:06:02 +0530, Rony
> <ronbillypop at yahoo.co.uk> said:
>> So in the era of ever evolving graphics, we empower the people with
>> command line linux.
> You might have meant this as sarcasm, but I do find that for
> productivity I tend to eschew the gui. The kinds of things that I can
> do with a simple shell script -- or a find/grep feeding a loop --
> would take *hours* and *hours* to do in the pointing, clicking
> straitjacket of a pure gui.
> Of course, this is a digression from the installer bug, and for
> that, may I ask if an installation report has been submitted so that
> the issue gets fixed?
Debian is supposed to be the pillar, the foundation of Linux. It should
not have installation bugs. I can understand advanced bugs that could
not have been noticed before, but not simple ones. From what I have
heard about Debian, a contributor is not accepted officially till
atleast 5 or more years, in order to ensure that what is contributed is
of the highest quality level. Debian does not release its distros as
often as Ubuntu, in order to ensure more stability. A Debian distro
should work out of the box without any setup issues.
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