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Re: [tlug] What is the best one?
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- Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 16:32:40 +0100
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I have the same dilemma as you. I installed a lot of distros, mandrake, debian, redhat, kondara, turbolinux, bestlinux, suse, slackware,corel linux. My conclusion is that for a non expert user all the distros are basically the same. Now I'm very undecided about what distribution to use. I'm not an expert and I have a lot of troubles to configure a lot of software, as mutt, sendmail, emacs, etc So many man and howto to read. Now I have redhat in my laptop and mandrake on a desktop. Every distribution have something that the others don't have. Thanks Pietro ----- Original Message ----- From: "Scott McLennan" > > So there is Mandrake, Debian and Redhat. > What is the best one? > Are they all basically the same? > I'm always asking about Redhat and bought > Debian some time back. I used vine a lot > on one project. What's the best one I wonder? > > Scott > > >
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