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Making the Switch from Debian to Ubuntu and Back Again

As a long time Debian fan, when I became a member of the 64 bit bandwagon I was rather disappointed to discover that Debian for amd64 was still in unstable. I thought I would try the next best thing, which would prove to be far from great, Ubuntu 64.
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Fast forward to 64 bit Lenny reaching beta status. There has never been a happier day in my life than the day I heard the news. Being on limited bandwidth satellite internet was a bit of a problem, but a trip to the local independently owned computer store quickly remedied that. First off, I’m impressed with the GUI installer. It’s easy. Really easy. I don’t see any reason why a Ubuntu user would have any problem installing Lenny. Secondly, I’m in love.

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