revert to debian
I can't answer your question about reverting to Debian, but I can say
that with a straight install of Debian Etch USB devices appear on the
desktop with an icon that allows you to unmount them, and
KNetworkManager has met my wireless needs on a Thinkpad T22 laptop
from 2001. So maybe a standard Debian install will do what you want.
> Hi, this is a rather backwards question. Can I install 64studio then
> revert it to debian? Or would a standard debian install do what I want?
> I have an oldish laptop which is to be general purpose not for music,
> doesn't have too much memory. (I have another computer with 64studio). I
> don't need the multimedia packages and rt kernel which come with
> 64studio but I like the general setup, for instance usb devices appear
> on the desktop with an icon where you can unmount them, network is
> fairly automatic etc.
> Sorry for the rather odd question.
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