guy wrote:OTOH that is one reason I stick with debian.
nelz wrote:Not every distro is aimed as new users. Debian provides what its users want.
Bazza wrote:The bizarre thing is my PCLinuxOS 2009 install to my USB stick DID install the proprietary drivers for video and wireless. <shrugs>
If it could do it in 2009 why does it NOT do it now?
(Don't tell me, legal requirements.)
Dutch_Master wrote:nelz wrote:Not every distro is aimed as new users. Debian provides what its users want.
No it doesn't! I don't want the crap that is Gnome3, GDM3 and SystemD, yet if I upgrade my Squeeze system, that's exactly what they ram down users throats I want Iceape, or a similar Gecko-based internet suite, not like 4 separate programs. And Mate is Mate, not Gnome2
So no, Debian has long since stopped giving users what they want
nelz wrote:3) Availability of reasonable open source alternatives.
Ram wrote:Though I don't see this on their current web site, wasn't there some up raw a few years back that Debian were stopping delivering / enabling proprietary software so you got a truly free OS.
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