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Debian is a great distro to use and usually makes it way to the top of my list of distros. Here are my top reasons:

5.) Parent Distro
4.) Easy to Add Non-free Distros
3.) Online Resources to Help
2.) Many Desktop Environments Available
1.) Very Stable OS

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24 Comments

Paul Potter

May 1, 2020

Excellent video 👍

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Otto Dachat

May 1, 2020

I installed the latest distros of Ubuntu 19.02, Mint 19.3 (tricia) & Debian 10.30 Buster, and Buster wins out. Stable OS, once I figured out how to disable the sleep functions of the desktop, it has been a good consistent Samba server.

One other suggestion, why you should consider Debian? it helps old computers run better and is stable with an old legacy bios that can't be upgraded. My computer with a bios dating back to 09 runs well under this OS. (don't mind me, I like old technology especially since it is finally paid for!)

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William Romkey

May 1, 2020

I am currently using Mint. However I plan on switching to Debian in the future. My main reason is stability and reliability. My only dislike of it is lack of five year LTS support which is why I am using Mint.

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BenitoF2009

May 1, 2020

After 17 years and an now unsupported WIN7 and no way of using WIN10 without headaches – i'm back@debian. (With some problems at the installation – but: nerver to old to learn something ….)

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WizardNumberNext

May 1, 2020

I have unusual setup
I have 2 Dell 3008WFPt 30" 2560×1600 monitors connected via DisplayPort (this is key) and 2 Apple Cinema A1082 23" 1920×1200 connected via DVI-D
Total 4 monitors, 2 connected via DisplayPort and 2 connected via DVI-D

I have used nVidia GeForce GTX 960 2GB
This was nightmare. I was forced to keep DisplayPort connected monitors always on. They could not go into standby or off. If they will blank even for seconds I would loose ability to use surface, which they occupied before they went blank. There was no way to bring this surface back, only reset. I could still use those monitors, but I would be only able to mirror from other monitor.

So I decided I shall leave nvidia and switch to AMD
Now I don't need propertiary drivers
I have all 4 monitors displaying console
I can switch off DisplayPort connected monitor
Yes it will shrink display surface, but as soon as I would turn monitor back on I would get this surface back and all settings would be same as before.
No more resets

Oh and I have AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB, so 4x as much RAM and a lot faster GPU

And stupid tearing is gone too
Well it seems it can be done
I won't buy nvidia product again

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max marrero

May 1, 2020

Please, make another video about debian Vs rpm.

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max marrero

May 1, 2020

i use debian , i no longer have to use other os since all others are based on debian the universal linux os.

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Kronus Exodues

May 1, 2020

It's so funny how everyone says "It's not pronounced mate, it's mate" but then they still say mate grossly wrong and don't even come close to the spanish pronounciation. no, it's neither pronounced mate, nor mate. it's actually pronounced mate.

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Ricky Suave

May 1, 2020

How stable, efficient, reliable, user friendly, home business main computer compared to debian?

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Ethorbit

May 1, 2020

When you stretch a video to 10:50 for ad revenue…

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Heider Jeffer

May 1, 2020

I like Debian-Gnome because of Top 5 Reasons to Use Debian that you mentioned. I dislike it because debian has non minimal installation this make debian like Microsoft windows in the default installation comes with too many apps and packages and u even don't know if u remove them and u don't really knowing what r u doin you will end up damaging os dependencies and libraries the otherwise are; fedora, pop os, and ubuntu.

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Care Bear

May 1, 2020

#1 reason not to use debian: Go to store, buy new accessory device, bring home. Windows: Plug in new device, start using. Debian: Plug in device, spend 3 days poring over user forums and typing obscure voodoo words into the command line, give up, wipe hard drive, install Windows. Plug in device, start using.

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jigga jaw

May 1, 2020

God awful icon spacing, par for the course for linux. Lets have the thing people stare at, look ugly as sin. I'm a linux user, but you can bet I'm gonna rip on 'em where they're lacking.

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Douglas Jotblad

May 1, 2020

I like the graphical installer on the live CDs. I didn't notice right away that it was there because it's a separate boot option but it will install the flavor of desktop environment from the live cd. Not a live CD version but an actual debian of that environment. Debian 9 also has the non-free enabled by default on your new system.

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mike hosken

May 1, 2020

Debian also has heaps of architectures that it supports either officially or through Debian ports.

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Heemie EducationGeek

May 1, 2020

What is the best Debian based distro that is kde friendly I seen a Linuxmint Debian video but there was no kde desktop. Any advice?

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Folk

May 1, 2020

*free vs freedom

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Liokardo

May 1, 2020

Steven Hum of the darnedest thing uses Debian.

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Jeff Bezos

May 1, 2020

The stability of Debian is definitely questionable. After only a couple of months of using it one day turning my computer on it unexpectedly turned black and the entire computer lost its connection with the OS, have no clue how or why but I'm definitely thankful that it was only a couple months that I've been using it.

Running on Ubuntu now and although I do hate it and prefer Debians easier maintenance and easier customisation Ubuntu is just easier when it comes to downloading games/steam and other programmes.

I will most likely end up going back to debian or trying out TempleOS. Who knows maybe even Arch.

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MrGizmo757

May 1, 2020

Your #1 reason of stability. I actually had Ubuntu 18.04 LTS randomly break the other day as a result of an update. After updates it booted up to a blank screen. So even the stable Debian based Distros still break sometimes. But i've never had proper Debian stable break like that. Debian either works or it doesn't. If it worked when you installed it, then it should keep working unless you, yourself do something to break it. So i agree about stability. But i would NOT agree that any downstream distro based on Debian is equally as stable. If you want Stability, stick with Debian Proper. Just my opinion.

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Yuriy Kazmirchuk

May 1, 2020

☀️ Long live Debian Linux 😀👍
I like it because it gives me peace of mind cause it's fast & stable, and snaps, flatpaks & appimages are working great, so I also have updated software.
Thanks for your video & channel 👍

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Gonzalo Gutierrez

May 1, 2020

I totally agree with you. Debian does not let itself be carried away by the fashion and versionitis that distrohopping imposes. It is an OS that works very well for 5 years, something that few Linux distros can achieve.

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Mr_Beezlebub

May 1, 2020

Debian seems alright. I use Linux Mint, but I may try Debian with XFCE sometime

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Adrian Silesian

May 1, 2020

I don’t like your list 🙂 many Distros have plenty of windows managers. But only Debian has apt and deb packages. Besides emerge and portage it is the best somtware management system 🙂 so on place 2 HAVE to be apt and deb 🙂

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