> High Plains Thumper writes:
>>Debian-Med contains a set of meta packages that
>> declare dependencies on other Debian packages, and that way
>> the complete system is prepared for solving particular
> That paragraph tells you all you need to know about the
Tip 1 - discredit the OP.
> Lets pick one component at random:
Tip 2 - random convenience to discredit.
> | http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-med/dental
> | Official Debian packages
> | There are no projects which fall into this category.
> | Unofficial Debian packages
> Conclusion? More vapor ware and baton twirling with little, if
> any, substance behind it.
Well, well, well, if it isn't the Microsoft sheep hiding in Linux
Debian pulls no punches, but openly displays both wealth of
software and shortages in areas, need for porting of software.
But then, Hadron being the "Linux advocate" knew that, didn't he?
Also, didn't he know how as the Linux technical expert make
packages not originally written for Debian (such as for RedHat)
into Debian packages?
And, didn't he know how to take a non-Linux package (like for
Microsoft) and make it work for Linux under an emulator such as
Wine or through virtualisation?
Did he not look at for example, bio/laboratory support under
It is only an 88 page FireFox/CUPS printout of Debian software
descriptions. Of course not.
Thus again, Hadron demonstrates his only purpose in this
newsgroup is to troll and to derail any positively developing
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green