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Which Linux

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  1. 1. which linux do you use

    • suse
      3
    • fedora
      3
    • ubuntu
      5


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Gentoo, Slackware Linux From Scratch.. I dislike most user friendly distributions..

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I like to use Slackware, Debian, and FreeBSD at home:-) At work I've got several Ubuntu boxes running for ease of maintenance.

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SuSe, Iccaros, Ubuntu, Slackware and Knoppixare the flavors that I have tried, running SuSe 10 on a Dual boot, SuSe 9.1 on a P2 500mhz and Iccaros on another P2 right now

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Guess I'll chime in to let everyone see I'm still alive. :)

what I've tried/used:

Debian (sarge/etch/sid)

Gentoo

Iccaros

Knoppix

Mandrake/Mandriva

Mepis

Red Hat & Fedora Core 3

Slackware (slax)

What I have/use currently:

Ubuntu: Dapper (on three machines dual booting XP)

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I have used:

Slakware 3.0

Redhat 5/6/7

Fedora

So far, slakware is the one thats harder to use then Redhat, becausse of the RPMs and the one I currently use is defora, although I am not the root user.

Take Care :)

Brian

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Dual boot with Ubuntu 6.0 LTS, adn Win XP. I have used DSL, Debian, Suse, and FC4.

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Debian (sarge/etch/sid)

Over the last three days I've finished removing Debian from my Linux boxes. For some reason Debian Etch began to have file system problems for me, it is beta software.

I installed Ubuntu on one of my Debian boxes and Slackware 11.0 on the other one. I think from now on I'll just run stable releases. :D I'm happy now with two Slackware 11.0 boxes and one Ubuntu 6.06 box.

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I think from now on I'll just run stable releases.

what fun is that??

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I think from now on I'll just run stable releases.

what fun is that??

Heh, I'm getting tired of dealing with apt-get errors in beta level software:-) I'll still be updating my boxes every six months or so as each release of Slackware and Ubuntu comes out.

I guess I've really come to love Slackware, it is my main distro now. :thumbsup:

Debian Etch is fine, but, Ubuntu 6.06 is just a bit more stable right now. Sarge is nice, but, it is ancient software. I run Ubuntu on one box where I have a hardware incompatibilty with Slackware. I'm sure at some point in a month or two I'll get bored again and do something really stupid with one of my boxes:-)

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