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Two Distributions I have tested

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Some days ago I have started testing Linux Mint Debian Edition and Archbang.

They have some things in common but a lot more different, why did I pick those to test?, because Arch and Debian are my favorites Linux flavors.

ArchBang is an Arch Linux based distribution, I think it is inspired in CrunchBang which until now is based on Ubuntu, and switching to Debian.

ArchBang features OpenBox on its newly released 2010.09 "Apeiro" release. With the change from LXDE to OpenBox it looks a lot more like Cruchbang Linux.

As the Office suite it offers Gnumeric and Abiword

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