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  • Vim_User
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    Originally posted by CthuIhux View Post
    It's an "apt-get" fork that has the GPL removed (illegal)
    So you are openly accusing them of doing illegal things without providing any proof. One could think about lawsuit against you for that, since that may count as libel and slander. IP has been logged by Phoronix (I doubt that you are intelligent enough to know about proxies).
    Reported for banning, you looser, go back to school and learn something useful.

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  • Cthulhux
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    Oh look, our Linsux loser kid has a new name, trying to mock those who can't read too well.

    Anyway:

    Originally posted by CthuIhux View Post
    It's an "apt-get" fork
    Have you ever worked with apt-get?
    If so, you would know that pkg can do much more. It can even search, apt-get can't.

    Fail noob.

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  • intellivision
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    I understand the technical differences between LM and LMDE, I was just pointing out that they aren't fully 'transitioning' to a rolling release model and using an example that many people here would be aware of.
    Either way, it's a welcome addition that I hope will make PC-BSD more appealing to desktop users.

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  • Cthulhux
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    Linux Mint and LMDE are not the same system. LMDE is a Debian-based distribution, Linux Mint is Ubuntu-based. Like CentOS is not Fedora.

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  • intellivision
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    To reiterate what I said in the post I made before, they're not transitioning to a rolling release model, but rather offering it as an option next to their stable releases.
    Much like what Linux Mint does with LMDE.

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  • Cthulhux
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    And it features preconfigured pkgng repositories. Finally, the "apt" clone works like a charm!

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