Duke of URL: Libranet Linux 1.8.1 Review
Oct 16, 2000, 14:08 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Over my months of reviewing nearly every distribution I could
get my hands on, one distribution that repeatdly came up was
Libranet. "Why haven't you reviewed Libranet? I love it!" was a
common stance-so I figured I better see what all the fuss was
about. What I found was a distribution like no other. At only
version 1.8.1, Libranet has really done some exceptional things to
Debian-things that certainly make Corel's and Stormix's additions
look rather meager."
"Aside from the Debian installation process, Libranet is very
easy to use, but not too easy. Libranet requires a little more
knowledge on your end, but the tools are setup to help you learn
Linux, which is an approach I have not seen previously."
"An excellent distribution that has a new approach to
packaging and system usage. Definitely worth a look for users who
enjoy Debian, or simply would like to give a new distribution a go.
Easy to use Linux without dumbing it down too much make it a good
choice for both new and experienced users alike."
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