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Squeezing Lenny didn't make a lemon.

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As you probably realised from my previous posts I like to put my Linux installations through their paces. In fact I am positively brutal with them. So I decided to do a distribution upgrade from Lenny.

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Distro Choice: Based on Using runlevels

http://linuxdistrochoices.com

After spending years on Redhat/CentOS versions of Linux which use runlevel 3 for text mode and runlevel 5 for graphical mode, and then after spending several years with Ubuntu which is moving away from runlevels and using Upstart, I was somewhat surprised with Debian Lenny which uses runlevels 2-5 as the same runlevel.

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Adding Extra Repositories in Debian

http://easylinuxcds.com

As you may already know, managing software in Debian is done through tools like Synaptic and apt-get. These are called packages and are (mostly) freely available on the internet. Linux software packages are held on online libraries called repositories.

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How-To: Install the Latest Wine Release in Debian Lenny

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Debian Lenny comes with Wine 1.0.1 included in the repositories, which is the stable release of Wine, but it is also a little outdated. Here are a few easy steps for compiling and installing the latest Wine release from source in Debian Lenny. This tutorial should work for the latest Wine release (at the time of writing, the last release is 1.1.17).

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Created by TMNGoat 10 years 30 weeks ago – Made popular 10 years 29 weeks ago
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Distro Review: Debian Lenny

http://danlynch.org

Ok it’s time for another distro review and I’m a bit overdue with this one but I’m a big fan of Debian and when I reviewed Etch (4.0) last year I declared that if I were to finally grow up and settle down with just one distro this would be the one.

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Created by zarkovic 10 years 30 weeks ago – Made popular 10 years 30 weeks ago
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Debian 5 Lenny: New Features

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Debian 5 Lenny is an excellent desktop or server option that is worthy of consideration. I have been running the Debian 5 Lenny candidate for awhile and have been very pleased with the stability and features. This article is a list of some of those new features...and there are a lot of them.

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Created by mogyweb 10 years 35 weeks ago – Made popular 10 years 35 weeks ago
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Starting Programs at Login in Debian 5 Lenny

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OK, so you use the same application every time you login. So, you are wondering, how do I start that application so that it is already running when I start up? Easy, create an entry in the Session manager so that it will start on boot. Here is how to do that.

Open Sessions Preferences

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I've been using Debian Lenny a lot -- and it works.

http://www.insidesocal.com

I'm hammering away in Debian Lenny right now, and I can pretty much say that it does what I need it to do.

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