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I like Knoppix too. It was responsible for getting me interested in Linux in the first place,
After years of Windows use, I saw somewhere on the Net, that you could buy a CD, not touch your hard-dsik and have Linux up and running from the CD only! I thought coming from Windows WOW! So I tried it. Sure enough 5 minutes after popping CD in, I was checking email and surfing!
That did it for me! Knoppix is responsible for me getting into Linux. Now I love it.
At the moment I am using SuSE 8.2, but if their licensing is going to get more restrictive then I will get the latest Knoppix and use it to install Debian.
I have tried no other distributions, just Knoppix, Debian (a little) and SuSE.
I starting my linux campaign with Suse 8.2 and would recommend it to anyone starting out. Installation was a breeze, but after tinkering with it for a few months and getting nowhere with the rpms i choose to go for broke and try something a little more daring.(Debian was its name and apt was its game). Ever since i have found it superb so i voted for it. Mainly because of apt and it's general phillosophy of keeping in with the spirit of Free software. What a radical eh!!!
Last edited by Thereisnotry; 11-16-2003 at 11:20 AM.