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The Difference Between Debian and Ubuntu

Since Ubuntu showed up on the scene many people have asked what the differences between the Debian based distribution and Debian GNU/Linux actually are.
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Ubuntu as most of you know is very much like Debian in many ways from the package system to the user community Debian and Ubuntu have done a great job coinciding. After hearing people say that Debian and Ubuntu are the same thing, except Ubuntu is easier to use, I decided it was time to look in to the differences between the two distributions.

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