2005 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice AwardsThis forum is for the 2005 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards.
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I love Red hat it just works, sound, video, internet, the lot, if you dont want to muck about and get away from windows, red hat , fedora , is the one ,
but!! i like knoppix , debian, I just love Linux ,
What kind of comparisons should I be making? Which disro is better at hardware stuff or more eyecandy, apps available? Does it get along and play well with others? What degree of comp.sci do I need to run a program? Do I even like penguins (gasp! of course, I do)?
My vote has to go to Arch.... excellent package management via pacman... this distro is fast, flexible, and simple. Simple as in few automated tools that is. It stays up to date and is developing well. Thanks to Judd, tpowa, and the rest of the maintainers. Cheers.
I put in my vote for Red Hat Fedora Core, the installation was made on my Dell pentium III 600 machine that I had partitioned to use as a Windows/Linux machine under dual boot. It recognised every piece of equipment the computer had without a single flaw and the installation was amazing to watch.