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This week I have been exploring Debian based systems that offer strong, flexible networking. All of them are specialized, to some degree; some are definitely special purpose systems; others are highly customizable systems that you can tailor to best meet your specific needs.

I've looked at Easy Peasy, Jolicloud, Debian Live, and I've come back to antiX core today.

Easy Peasy is what its name implies, a really easy system that is designed to work simply and well on small mobile systems, especially netbook systems. It is strong in network computing and social networking.

Jolicloud is alway what the name implies...

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