2012 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice AwardsThis forum is for the 2012 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards.
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Tricky question for me. I run worst-case scenario: linux on a fully Windows-optomized Toshiba laptop. PCLinuxOS ran very well for me, and if they ever get a 64-bit version available, it will get my vote. Until then, even though it makes my hair hurt to say it, Mint 14(ONLY) does get my vote. If they ever cut the cord and dump Ubuntu's repositories, they can be great.
I've voted for Fuduntu this year. They seem to have the knack of creating a rolling-release distro that's not unstable, they've got all the configuration tools that make life easy (inherited from Fedora), and they avoid the bugs that make life difficult (which are usually inherited from Ubuntu).