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So, I've tried so many distros that i can't remember them all. I still have 2 spindles of CDs and DVDs with older copies of various ones on them. When I found Ubuntu, I thought of how nice it was to be able to get Debian with a bit extra.
I've tried a lot more distros since I found Ubuntu, but its been the main one and has resided on my hard drive as the king of my computer. In fact, I believe that this computer is running an upgrade from 6.10, which was upgraded to 7.04,which...
I'm going to try and install Arch Linux again. I really enjoyed having it on my computer before. It was snappy and relatively easy to install. I had first installed it with Fluxbox and quickly moved to XFCE, which I had for a short while. After that, I gave the KDEmod a try and I really liked what that could do. But, I am really liking Gnome lately for the reasons that I liked KDE before, so I might try to get a Gnome system running. Perhaps, I will see how functional I can make it, as far...
I haven't entered anything here in ages, but i thought that, since I just finished writing an article reviewing PCLinuxOS, I thought it relevant to the venue. It will be available tomorrrow in the morning. I've published a bit too much for one weekend, so I'm giving the feed readers a bit of catch up time. It's to be found at: http://coreythompson.com/2007/03/05/mini-review-pclinuxos-2007-test-release-2/ The URL will probably work now, as its published, but not available until tomorrow.
There is a possibility that I will be either blogging here about certain things, not blogging here at all, or mirroring my existing blog. I did want to say, "Hi." to LQ members, frest, and seasoned. Perhaps this is the beginning (o continuation) of something big. Regardless, I'll be blogging, so get used to "Another Opinion Among Many..."