[nSLUG] Frame buffer console(s) won't go away
synrg at sanctuary.nslug.ns.ca
Mon Jun 9 12:25:01 ADT 2014
Missed the subtle clue? (I'm a Debian dev :)
Sure, lots of Debian derivs exist. Too many to count. And I gather some
of them serve their niche markets pretty well. Meanwhile, I've been
happy for nearly 30 years to just stick with Debian itself and mold it
to do my bidding.
On 09/06/14 11:20 AM, Chris R. Thompson wrote:
> just curious I guess how it compares with the customizations of you folks.
> On 06/09/2014 11:04 AM, Ben Armstrong wrote:
>> On 09/06/14 10:55 AM, Chris R. Thompson wrote:
>>> So, You haven't tried it Ben?
>> No. Why do you ask? ;)
>> Ben <synrg at debian.org>
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