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fale

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      Posted: 17 Feb 2006 13:18 Profile


I have a mandriva 2006...

Todd[LCO-42nd]

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      Posted: 21 Feb 2006 05:55 Profile


Personally, I'm running Gentoo. I find it to be quite nice. Now, I know that I don't have much experience in terms of distro A as compared to distro B seeing as how all I've ever used (here comes a list!) has been Red Hat 6.1, 7.2, 9, Fedora Core 3, 4, and Gentoo (you can see it's a bit one-sided there). I must admit I've become a bit addicted to Bluecurve, but other than that I must say I prefer Gentoo greatly to the RH/FCs. It may be harder to get Gentoo set up, but once it's up it sure as heck is up.

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      Posted: 26 Feb 2006 11:58 Profile Israel


Slackware, I went throw few distro's but I like Slackware more than all.

BMasiak

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      Posted: 26 Feb 2006 13:53 Profile


Ubuntu

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      Posted: 27 Feb 2006 18:56 Profile



  1. Router/Firewall/Dhcp/Dns: OpenBSD 3.8
  2. Web/Mail/File/Game servers: Gentoo 2005.X x86
  3. Gaming: Gentoo 2005.1 amd64 (dual booting with Windows)
  4. Portable diagnostic tool: Knoppix/Kanotix (many versions)
  5. 2nd office comp: Slackware 10.2 (kernel: 2.6.15.4)

[13th_Inf]_Xmas_Beetle

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      Posted: 06 Mar 2006 06:59 Profile


I use Ubuntu and am busy setting up a Gentoo box again. Smile

Teppic

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      Posted: 07 Mar 2006 20:38 Profile


Gentoo
With the processing power available through distcc it takes no time to sort out, and mostly it 'just works'.

I recently tried debian 'cos fanboys always bang on about it, but after having to install more than 3 -devel.deb packages to compile from CVS, got the hump and reformatted it, guess what it's running now?
HA HA, fooled you, Sourcemage. I expect it to be running Gentoo by then end of the week tho........

[hwy]SD

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      Posted: 12 Mar 2006 21:39 Profile United States


Well I am using mostly SimplyMepis now... seems to love my Nvidia card and AMD64 FX ...

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dcdak

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      Posted: 12 Mar 2006 23:22 Profile


debians the best, theirs 3 branches of it also... 10000000000x times better then any other

yohan78

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      Posted: 14 Mar 2006 11:55 Profile


I am running PCLinux OS 0.92. It is the best I have tried yet. They even have special builds for nvidia and ati chips. Very easy to setup and runs really good.

thorpilot

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      Posted: 28 Mar 2006 10:02 Profile


Fedora Core 5 now Cool

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a12ctic

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      Posted: 06 Apr 2006 17:55 Profile


Zenwalk

Pros
Fastest installation ive ever done
Slackware based, extreamly clean, sound, video, and new packages in 400mb's
Speedy
Simple installation
Can look very nice with a little work

Cons
Small respatories (less than 100 pkg's)

I love it, my old favorite was debian, my least favorite is gentoo (What a pile of [TOS Violation])

barfnz

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      Posted: 11 Apr 2006 02:47 Profile New Zealand


My favourite is Slackware 10.2
I wouldn't reccomend Slackware for Linux beginners though. Try Ubuntu if you are new to Linux.
The feeling of a system with a tightly compiled kernel is something DOS users will never feel :-)

cassao

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      Posted: 14 May 2006 14:58 Profile


Fedora Core 4.

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      Posted: 17 May 2006 11:23 Profile


ubuntu for me and my clients I support!


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