I always prefer the open source drivers with Debian methods ..wiki.debian.org/AtiHowTo wiki.debian.org/ATIProprietaryhttp://debian.stevenrosenberg.net/index … novo-g555/
I tried LMDE mint and really like the interface, but I returned to Debian because I liked the full access to the repositories that seemed lacking with Mint. However I just can't seem to get the driver right for my video card. The card worked great with Mint. I wonder if Debian actually has the latest driver for my Radeon HD 6950 card.
"The Debian Project would like to invite representatives of distributions derived from Debian to participate in a census of Debian derivatives. In addition we would like to invite representatives of distributions derived from Debian to join the Debian derivatives front desk.
I sent this inquiry to Debian dev support but got no response. Hopefully I'll get some advise here.
I'd like to create my own personal Debian-based distribution. I went over Debian's website but there don't seem any articles on this topic. Is this true that I must have a complete Debian source code that I modify to create my own Debian-based distribution?
The last time I've used debian was in the early 2000s. I've just downloaded and install debian 7.3. In the early days of debian, they had testing, unstable and stable. What category is debian 7.3 in those three stages I mentioned?
My second question is why doesn't debian have firefox?