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Old 01-22-2008, 11:34 PM   #16
kingzog
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Give Ubuntu a shot.


Slackware's not a bad choice if you want the Linux Experience, but if you are just an average guy with limited computer talents, go Ubuntu. I thought it babied me a little too much, but that's probably good for "the average guy". The biggest problem I ever had with it was getting wireless to set up quickly. Otherwise, the file browser and package manager work fairly well.
 
  


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