Best version of Linux?
Who distributes the best, and easiest to load, version of Linux?
i personally like mandrake 6.0. it is fairly easy to set up. i like the KDE gui instead of Gnome. i haven't tried Slakeware and Debien. Redhat 6.0 is pretty nice. the good thing about Redhat is it seems to be more supported on the 'net. go to cheapbytes and look at what they have to offer. they have packages with 4 or 5 dist. in it. it' fairly cheap so look into that and figure out which one you like the best.
for me is it SUSE linux i had red hat
and that dident work for me now i had it work
in one time (except internet connection )
it works fine for me 5 cd s nice 500 pages
manual and 60 day support wich i dont use !
Mandrake is good, its just Red Hat that has been improved on and has been optimized for better hardware (Pentium class processors and above). I don't care too much for Red Hat itself, as I had a lot of trouble with it. SuSE is great, its the one I use now, easy to install, etc. The only problem is on a rare occation something pops up in German (I think I fixed that now...). SuSE has Yast and is very user friendly. I've also heard good things about Caldera. If you want to try these distributes without spending a lot go to www.linuxmall.com . There they have $1.89 linux CDs of your favorate dist.
Debian linux is the best distribution HANDS DOWN! i have used redhat,suse and slackware and out of them all none even come close to debian. trust me
order debian 2.1 and if you feel comfortable with so called unstable **** upgrade it to potato.
...for me it's Caldera OpenLinux 2.2 - easy to install, good support, lots of extras, $38 retail in many places (don't expect full online support if you are not registered) - KDE by default...
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