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Hello, I've been using Ubuntu for a long time now and i think i am fairly knowledgeable about linux and i was wondering if anyone had some suggestions on what Distro i should tinker with next?
I am on a Dell inspiron 5100 and the WLAN card i have requires NDISWRAPPER so that needs to compatible with the distro other than that, What do you have for me?
I really don't know where some of you get these crazy opinions of Slackware?!
I've only been using PC's since 2006 and Linux since 2008 and I never noticed anything "hard" or difficult with Slackware? I know 0 programming languages and am not in any way a "coder" ,etc.
I mean really it's just editing text configuration files and Slackware is more stable than any other distro.
Personally, I've had many issues with dpkg and pacman and never had one issue with slackpkg.
Maybe Slackware is just too simple for some or I dont know?
I would say Fedora too.
It is next steps because uses RPMs instead of APT.
and how does THAT make Fedora the next step distro? Basically, they are very similar GUI-focused distros with different package
management systems. My understanding of the next step distro would be something more challenging, something that requires more in-depth