Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Mar. 05 2007,16:22
|Quote (miketowninc @ Mar. 05 2007,02:29)|
|YA but what about UBUNTU !|
What about it?
That's your opinion. You're free to have it. I have a partition with Kubuntu, and I also run a few other Linux distros and OpenBSD. They're all "nice," whatever one could possibly mean by such a subjective, ambiguous adjective. Whatever I can't do with DSL's 50 MB I can add via extension, customization, etc.
Maybe you'll reach a different conclusion if take enough time to understand what DSL is and isn't, how to make effective use(s) of DSL, and how to make DSL look however you want. At the end of the day, DSL is a GNU-Linux distribution that includes the kernel, utilities, etc., just like Ubuntu.
BTW, looks are superficial and shallow. Judge distros by function and usefulness and you'll see that DSL stands head and shoulders with the rest, and without requiring massive amounts of RAM, swap, or space on a hard drive.
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