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Old 12-02-2010, 09:00 AM   #1
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LXer: Goodbye Fedora, welcome back Debian, Part 2: Review of Debian Squeeze

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I've been keeping my eye on Debian Squeeze (and Sid) for the past few months via live images, and in the course of the release's life there have been changes in the application lineup. Notable inclusions in the now-frozen Squeeze are the Ubuntu Software Center as an alternative way of managing applications. Yep, you read right: Debian is using the Ubuntu Software Center. It looks like Debian's developers are in a more cooperative mood than they get credit for. I for one am glad to see such cross-pollination between Ubuntu and Debian.



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