I am thinking of switching from Mandriva to Debian, and I wonder how hard this is going to be for me.
I have a small home network consisting of 5 computers, two of which are Windows. I keep the two Windows machines (1). To run hardware that require Windows drivers, and (2). To accomodate guests who cannot use Linux.
My thoughts are; will there be a lot of reconfiguration after I make the switch, and is it possible to convert .rpm file to .deb files for those programs that are not available under Debian?
I do allow DHCP on one port, for guests, but generally, I use a strictly static network. I also plan to switch to wireless, and I wonder if I must also reassign 192.168.0.x to 192.168.1.x?
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