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It's a nice KDE distro. I've heard good things from a few satisfied users. But its not mainstream, thus packages for more software will be harder to obtain/install, plus the support community will be smaller than that for, say, Mandrake or Fedora.
Originally posted by ehawk As MEPIS is debian-based, getting packages will not be a problem. In fact, it is configured to use debian repositories via apt-get, though you should start by using the graphical front-end Kpackage.
Very interesting, certaily, I will take a look at Debian, I heard so many good comment about it.