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Sgt.SnuffDipper

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      Posted: 20 May 2006 14:05 Profile


Fedora Core 5

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      Posted: 20 May 2006 17:11 Profile


I have Linspire 5.1 and find it excelent. I have been using it since 2.4 before public release. There are some bugs in 5.1 which weren?t there in 5.0 but they are working on it an nothing which affects my applications.

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      Posted: 28 May 2006 22:56 Profile


Fedora Core 5 64

studeringaaron

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      Posted: 30 May 2006 00:35 Profile


I use simply mepis
worked great so far only been using linux for a couple weeks now
so far no problems

fale

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      Posted: 06 Jun 2006 23:56 Profile


Debian Sid

Nik_123

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      Posted: 17 Jun 2006 01:54 Profile


Mandriva 2006. I had been using Fedora Core 3, 4 and Suse 9.5, but from these 3 distributions, I find Mandriva 2006 the best. Although, in my opinion, windows games under Wine are running better in Fedora.

jonathan27

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      Posted: 28 Jun 2006 12:37 Profile


I use mandrake limited edition 2006, the 64bit version.

I use it on my work place and my home for entertainment.

It supports everything and can do anything.

I use only linux for 2 years now every day and mandrake proved to be very good.

Lux01

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      Posted: 07 Aug 2006 09:46 Profile


Most definatly Fedora Core 5. Hands down.

WalmartSniperLX

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      Posted: 15 Aug 2006 02:06 Profile


I use Ubuntu LTS. Its easy to use yet powerful. Completely customizable (...well its linux so that goes for pretty much all distros right?) and has live tech support (LTS) which includes direct system downloads (tools, updates, security, etc) its awesome. Havnt tried any others yet but i did make a gentoo iso sometime ago and its laying around Very Happy

Hathcock_{D-O}

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      Posted: 11 Oct 2006 12:21 Profile


Sabayon Linux, has the ease of use of Ubuntu for newcomers, good hardware detection etc, with a more user friendly installer and the power of gentoo portage under the hood.

This is the best distro I've tried yet, default kde installation with optional geeky fluxbox install. Everything just works and it's like they advertise, a fully functional gentoo install in 5 minutes or less.

http://www.sabayonlinux.org/

CPLA

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      Posted: 11 Oct 2006 16:35 Profile


Gentoo Cheesy Grin

larryzou

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      Posted: 05 Nov 2006 20:32 Profile


thanks a lot

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woody-oz

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      Posted: 02 Dec 2006 05:09 Profile


Ubuntu.

Although having just 'discovered' America's Army I was dissappointed to find that the latest version of the game is not supported on Linux.

TheShadow

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      Posted: 30 Jan 2007 07:57 Profile


Fedora Core 6 by a long shot. I started on slackware. I moved to RH about the 2.1 release. Moved to Fedora Core 3, then 5. Fedora Core 6 has a DVD install iso that really is worthwhile. No more switching from CD1 to CD3 to whatever.

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magesor

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      Posted: 02 Feb 2007 02:32 Profile


(K)Ubuntu

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