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#1 2012-04-10 10:16:41

hempelr
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Registered: 2012-04-07
Posts: 1

Hello to all there...

Hello all,
many greetings from the Erzgebirge (OreMountains, also known as ChristmasLand) in Germany.
I am a "changer" of Gnome / Ubuntu to Debian Squeeze / XFCE.
Slowly, I try to incorporate at least some time to work properly again with joy in a GUI / desktop environment in Linux.
It is - and I'm (still) reasonably capable of learning, I want a system with good handling, easy to administer and take pleasure in their work.
The XFCE 4.8 is the backport repos is the pretty close - a little getting used over previously occupied Gnoem2 in Linux Mint even more necessary.
Still, I think I've finally got a "port" found by hopping distributions - Debian as a "rock stable" and XFCE as a smart, fast desktop environment.

PS As my practical English is rather poor, I have the text translated by Aunt Google, I hope, that knows what it does;-)

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#2 2012-04-10 22:52:37

gnome_refugee
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Registered: 2010-01-15
Posts: 157

Re: Hello to all there...

Tante Google hat's gut genug.

Welcome, and I agree with you that Debian + Xfce is a very good choice!

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#3 2012-04-12 20:22:45

gxagar
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Registered: 2012-03-14
Posts: 29

Re: Hello to all there...

Wilkommen Hempier!  Ich bin Americanisch, und Ich studiert Deutsch an dem Universitat just enough to mess up this greeting.

I've been hoping hard and looking around, but I don't see any indication that 4.8 will be in Squeeze Backports any time soon.

G

Last edited by gxagar (2012-04-12 21:15:55)


Linuxers Live by a CODE!

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#4 2012-04-12 21:34:24

lifeinthegrey
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From: Seattle
Registered: 2012-01-17
Posts: 52

Re: Hello to all there...

gxagar wrote:

Wilkommen Hempier!  Ich bin Americanisch, und Ich studiert Deutsch an dem Universitat just enough to mess up this greeting.

I've been hoping hard and looking around, but I don't see any indication that 4.8 will be in Squeeze Backports any time soon.

G

Unless you're running a production server or something, I would really consider Wheezy instead of Squeeze. I run my development server (which also serves as my HTPC, intranet media hub, and streaming media server) on Debian Testing + XFCE at home, and set it to safe-update every day with a cron job, and its been running like a champ for months. Ridiculously stable, plus has huge improvements over Squeeze.


oh, you want eXtremely Fast Computing? thats Easy ...

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