i very new on linux
can someone very that can tell me which is the best linux
redhat linux ???
slackware linux ???
Definite Linux ???
Debian GNU/Linux ???
Stampede GNU/Linux ???
SuSE Linux ???
or others linux ........
> i very new on linux
> can someone very that can tell me which is the best linux
> redhat linux ???
> slackware linux ???
> Definite Linux ???
> Debian GNU/Linux ???
> Stampede GNU/Linux ???
> SuSE Linux ???
> or others linux ........
use OS/2 for a crash proof work environment
use Linux for safe and quick internet access
use Winblows to test the latest viruses
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Here's a little flamebait for you all. What is the best distro and GUI
combo? By "best" let me explain. I'm a very experienced Linux
user/admin. I started back around 92 with slackware and am currently
using Redhat 5.0. I've heard many terrible things about RH6.0 and am
wary. What I want is a distro that installs smoothly, has a good GUI
(OK, this is also a question about Gnome/KDE) and has a binary package
installation system that checks dependencies, etc... I liked slackware
but after a while I gave it up b/c they use tarballs and make you
compile everything. As I understand it they still do. Opinions? -
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