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Sidux: Debian Unstable, not so unstable

After having tried Fedora, Mint, and Debian Etch on it, I decided to go the Debian Sid route. This I accomplished using the Sidux live cd installer. Sidux offer a some things in addition to default Debian, but it’s basically just an easy way to install the unstable branch of Debian.
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So… Back to Debian Sid/Sidux. How many crashes have I had? Well.. some, but less than I had in Fedora/Mint/Debian Etch. X crashes a lot less frequently now, and other than that the only problem is that my laptop sometimes freezes on bootup when trying to set the system clock. No idea why, but I’ll just disable that service.

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