Sorry to bother you but for an NTFS partion which is better?
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Just take a pick. Flip a coin or something. I use Mandrake and have never tried Fedora. I'll tell you to go for Mandrake, someone else will say Fedora, someone will jump in and say SuSE, and so on. Those distros are all very comparable.
</I>From: emagius | Posted: 4/8/2004 10:53:14 AM | Message Detail
And I'd recommend Mandrake over Fedora. Go for 10.0 -- if you're going for Mandrake (or Fedora), you're sacrificing stability as it is; you might as well get some cutting edge software out of the bargain.
As noted above, only the first disk is required. If you're uncomfortable with URPMI and/or the command line, however, you may want to go with the first two disks in order to get a "more complete" system right off the bat.</I>