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The Age: Libranet: The End Justifies the Means

Jul 03, 2003, 08:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sam Varghese)

"Libranet is a Debian-based Linux distribution that takes a slightly different approach to the others. People are prone to gloss over polished installation routines but Libranet has, rightly (in my opinion), concentrated on the end rather than the means.

"The packaging itself is an indication of the no-nonsense approach--two CDs in a single pack, with the instructions on the inside of the CD cover. No manuals, small or big.

"Version 2.8 adopts a rough-and-ready approach to the business of installing. But when it comes to functionality, Libranet is well on top of things..."

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