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    I use arch, what's your favorite?

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    Right now i'm running debian on my servers. It's nice that theres so much support for it since it's very similar to ubuntu.
    See ya in another life, brother.

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    i used arch too... its a good distro, but its a bit unstable at times. i use ubuntu now yeah i know its lame but what can i say... i am too lazy!
    sharing is a joy

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    Quote Originally Posted by invadercat View Post
    arch
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    unstable
    Way more stable than ubuntu. I call user error!

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    im running slackware 12.1 atm... im learning.

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    Slackware was my first distro and it hasn't changed much since. This was 2000.

    Come on people we need to get into the 21th century! Use Debian GNU/Linux for fun and profit.

    Preferably unstable.

    www.debian.org

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    windows vista

    always i use ubuntu

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    Actually I am very impressed by a variant of Ubuntu at the moment called LinuxMint Elyssa, it is based on hardy but has alot of improvements to the interface which make it simpler to use and extra artwork which makes the interface look alot more slick.
    For servers CentOS is a very good choice, it is based on Fedora core but once again has alot of improvements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artemis View Post
    Actually I am very impressed by a variant of Ubuntu at the moment called LinuxMint Elyssa, it is based on hardy but has alot of improvements to the interface which make it simpler to use and extra artwork which makes the interface look alot more slick.
    I've heard many good things about Mint, I might check it out soon.

    I use Fedora on my laptop and my seedbox.

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    I've used Fedora and Ubuntu. Suck at Linux though. I'm gonna try to make a virtual machine with OpenSUSE installed on it. I've heard it should be quite good.

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