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Mepis is really SimpliX!
It is the best distro to suggest to a windows-user-linux-newbie
It is the best real KDE distro
It is the best hardware compatibility distro
It is the realistic open-freedom distro
Many friendly people are ready to help you with Mepis at www.mepislovers.org
Mepis are choiced by the little community of SimpliX that award the more simply to use, simply to configure, simply works distributions.
I'd go with Mandriva Linux here. Very good detection of hardware, Compiz Fusion is simple to enable, Mandriva Control Center is the best when it comes to configuring the system and it has the best quality translation into Slovenian language.
I hope it will not. I tried it and found it buggy, and experienced frequent crashes. I voted for debian, which is more stable.
Of course ubuntu is more up to date, but this is what it makes it less stable
Debian is not a distro. and your right Ubuntu really lacks the speed of most linux distros except suse wow suse is slowwwww.
why you tweak the kernel then add way to much stuff to it.debian is a linux system that is used on many distros. or you can build your own debian distro.