I would first start learning the filesystem. Very important. You need to know where stuff is located. Its the building blocks. knowing where your logs are kept, where your configs are stored, etc is essential regardless of what distro you begin with. When you get to understanding the basics of how the system works you can pritty much use any distro. Everything is basicly the same overall with small differences easly learnable. I would stick to your current fedora distro, thats what I started on....if you learn on one linux distro you can goto a fully unix OSX and start configuring cups and your .ppd in the same folder your would in redhat. So pick something that fits your needs. And Learn.
Last edited by GUIPenguin; 10-08-2005 at 08:27 PM.