Pure:dyne vs. 64 Studio
Recently I stumbled on an article about pure:dyne. It basically is very much like 64 studio as it uses debian as it's "base" and the headers, patches etc are added afterwards. In fact, to install Pure:dyne you have to install (as of the current version) debian lenny and then download your pure:dyne "environment" via apt-get, reboot and you have pure:dyne with all the goodies as 64 studio has. I noticed however that pure:dyne offers an experimental version that is lenny based entirely. will 64 studio come out with an iso for just that purpose? An experimental version based on lenny? ALL my attempts to basically upgrade has failed...only a reinstall with lenny based stuff (i believe) would do the trick. Anyone else see this as an option?