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Has to be Slack after using Debian for 3 years i thought i would try out some of the "new" flasshy dists eg: fedora suse and some others then i tryd slack and fell in love it's what i have always been looking for all the config files are original and un tampered everthign is in the directiory it belongs in! and seeing as how i love to compile all of my software before i put it on my machine slack is perfect for that
what i like about Fedora that it's very customaizble from inside. Fedora have been a great desktop computer for my personal use and it proved that it's a great server also. some DISRTOS are running toward being a desktop machines only but they forgot that on of the beautifull things about linux is that it's a command line OS in the first place with a little bit of dektop funcationality. i don't like the idea of making another WINDOWS like LINUX system.
I've been a Fedora Core user for about 2 years...but with fc3 and fc4 they let me down...now my favourite all time distro is Slackware...I use it as a desktop OS and I'm amazed of it's stability...I know that if I had to come up with a server or something, my one and only options would be Slackware....Slackware rules guys