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SEIMOUR: FC5 is allready out it's called FC5 test 3 or something like that but it's pretty much as far as it's gonna get there not really doing much work to it anymore so you might as well just download it and install it i downloaded it las night and plan on doing an install tonight lets see if it can convert me from slack
Yeah, I know about the FC5 test X, I had downloaded and installed test 2, and then the day after they released test 3 :P - I was saying that it won't take too long for a FINAL FC5, and no more test X versions.
#1. UBUNTU also the best ever online documentation [period]
2. Debian Sarge 3.1
3. PCBSD FREEBSD 6.0 DESKTOPBSD TIED
SUSE NOVEL 10.0 . I actually gave my 90.00 copy away to have UBUNTU BREEZY take its place!
SLACKWARE 10 no comment have not tried it but respect.
I would have to admit that Xandros (a Debian-ized distro) really lives up their promisses. True the basic free distribution may not bee on par to other more complete and free distros out there (Slack, Fedora, Debian, etc), but it does indeed target the complete n00b and Windows user.