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My desktop OS: SimplyMEPIS Linux

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Kristine Joy Carpio makes the case for using SimplyMEPIS as a desktop OS...
The SimplyMEPIS 3.3.1 installation was painless, but my initial installation of LaTeX and a front end was rough. I didn't know anything about Debian's Advanced Package Tools utility, so I was compiling tarballs. I managed to install LyX and TeXlive but I couldn't get them in sync. I went back to Google to try to work things out, where I learned about Debian files. I downloaded and installed TeTeX and Kile, and my problems were solved.
 read more | mail this link | score:6930 | -Ray, December 30, 2005
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