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"Sabayon is to Gentoo what Ubuntu is to Debian--it's a Gentoo fork, and a very good one at that. If you're having issues with Ubuntu, you have past experience with Gentoo, or you'd rather get your feet wet with Gentoo then Debian, give Sabayon a shot.

"There are two versions of Sabayon--the full desktop version, and a mini version, which is ideal for older computer, low-capacity netbooks, or just to reduce the size of you install.

"Sabayon is released as a LiveCD and can be easily installed from that. During installation, you can choose to install the default KDE interface, or instead add Gnome or XFCE. The rest of the installation is identical to Ubuntu, and involves selecting simple settings."

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