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Re: [tlug] What is the best one?
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- Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2002 14:19:50 +0900
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On Wed, Mar 27, 2002 at 11:20:01PM +0900, Scott McLennan wrote: > > 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? To answer that question, I would need to know what problem you are trying to solve. <debian plug> If you are looking to learn linux and you must use a linux distribution, then I would recommend Debian GNU/Linux over any other distribution. If you're looking to create a production server, then I'd recommend Debian running a XFS filesystem over any other linux distribution and filesystem combination. </debian plug> IMO, if you're looking for a distribution that would allow for a non-computer enthusiast to easily install linux, then Mandrake or RedHat would suffice. -- Uva  Debian GNU/Linux w/XFS boot disks can be found at: http://people.debian.org/~blade/XFS-Install/download/
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