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The first time I used Slack, I never looked back. I feel at home with it. Virtually everything is under your control. No complicated GUIs to tweak your system. Although, I have tried other distros, Zenwalk, VectorLinux and Whax. Hey! Aren't those still Slack?
Sorry, can't help it Those distros are all good! Specially VectorLinux. It's fast and has great hardware detection. VLSOHO 5.1 rocks! But it's still Slack that stays in my drive.
I was a Mandrake user for the longest time,since version 6. This year I switch to Fedora Core and was satified by Core 4 until OpenSuse 10. Then my life turned around. I was shocked and amazed by the stability and choice of software available. My biggest satisfaction was the inclusion of Mono and Monodevelop.
Have been a slacker right from when I started knowing and got addicted to linux. Since 7.1 I think.
I have tried Ubuntu,FC3 (both are currently installed on my HDD)
but still keep going back to good old slack
Slackware 10.2 it is