I have just installed Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE) which is a rolling distribution based on Debian Testing.

Here are the screenshots of the installation process.







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The installation procedure is really easy, it comes with full support for Office production, with Open Office installed. Rhythmbox, mplayer, vlc, brasero, and others in the sound and video category. F-Spot, Gimp, and Simple Scan in the Graphics category.

The default /etc/apt/sources.list is as follows:

deb http://packages.linuxmint.com/ debian main upstream import
deb http://ftp.debian.org/debian testing main contrib non-free
deb http://security.debian.org/ testing/updates main contrib non-free
deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org testing main non-free

I really like it, I have never tried before Linux Mint, as even though I like Ubuntu, it is not really my fav Distro, but Debian is a different beast for me, I really like it.

So, I will be using this LMDE, and letting you know my experiences.

It is a rolling release, well it is based on debian squeeze, but as you have seen in the repositories it is marked as testing, so as soon, as a new testing appears, you will automatically have the new software. So to stay up to date, just run

sudo aptitude update && sudo aptitude full-upgrade

Edit: According to Omns it is not a good idea, to issue the above command. Read comment below.

And you are done, I have been using Debian Squeeze, together with Arch for more than a year, and Debian is really stable, the testing name is what it appears to mean.