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Old 02-08-2017, 08:51 PM   #1
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LXer: 6 Best Linux Distributions For Programming


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Do you need a Linux distro for programming? For starters, there arenít any distros that are specifically targeting programmers per se. It doesn't really matter, as a Linux distribution is mostly the same as the next one in regards to what software you'll be able to use on it. But then again, there are a few distros available that will be preferable due to the way they have been built up. You should also consider the kind of programming youíre into, whether web-based or system or application programming.

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