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Personally i just prefer to use Using just the Distro name wouldn't be always useful.

For example, by saying Debian, you could be referring to: Debian with the GNU userland and Linux kernel, Debian with the GNU userland and Free BSD kernel or Debian with the GNU userland and HURD kernel.

It has a Debian GNU/Linux and a Debian GNU/k Free BSD.

The userland is the same and they are both identical regarding its looks, however, Debian GNU/k Free BSD contains 0% Linux!

AND the 15-hour programme is no cheap which is about $600!

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