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    I'm going to download a version of Linux, and burn it to a CD for future use, incase my Windows goes to pot or something.

    Which version is best for newbies, and what things do I need to run Windows programs on it.

    Thanks in advance!

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    use Slax it is a bootable linux with kde desktop. really good!

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    Thats gonna be useful, but I was thinking of a workable OS also.

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    Just bumping this, as I really want to start a few d/l's of nice Linux'es tonight.

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    go for mandrake, I prefer it

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    Originally posted by Mad Cat@18 January 2004 - 16:56
    Just bumping this, as I really want to start a few d/l's of nice Linux'es tonight.
    http://www.linuxiso.org

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    mr. shn was faster than me posting this link
    there is a nice distribution of linux called Knoppix u can find it linuxiso.org
    it is one bootable cd and got something like a demo u can run it from a cd without installation i think or something like this .. i tried on a virtual pc not the real one so far lol
    red hat is a well known popular distribution too

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    Originally posted by Mercy@18 January 2004 - 21:34
    mr. shn was faster than me posting this link
    there is a nice distribution of linux called Knoppix u can find it linuxiso.org
    it is one bootable cd and got something like a demo u can run it from a cd without installation i think or something like this .. i tried on a virtual pc not the real one so far lol
    red hat is a well known popular distribution too

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    I really like suse but the problem is they do not give away iso's.

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    Originally posted by 4play@18 January 2004 - 20:47
    I really like suse but the problem is they do not give away iso's.
    There aren't any on linuxiso?

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