"The release of Libranet 3.0 continues a tradition that dates
back to 1999. Like previous versions, Libranet 3.0 offers one of
the easiest approaches to Debian available, providing an easy
installation and a wide array of current software. Setup support is
available from a small but obliging team, with more general help
available from an active discussion forum or an on-line manual
written by volunteers. Currently available as a download for $90
for new users and $65 for existing users (with CDs available at the
end of May), version 3.0 continues the Libranet tradition of
correcting the perceived weaknesses of Debian and making Debian
accessible--but it is not without some flaws.
"Advanced users may find this distribution somewhat lax in
security. If they are free software supporters, they may also
object to the non-free software it includes. Moreover, considering
the changes due with the introduction of the new Debian installer
in the upcoming Sarge release, they may also wonder how long
Libranet's advantages over Debian will exist..."
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