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So... What Distro do you use...?

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By jamezelle, Retired Forum Moderator / Retired Recognized Developer on 10th November 2009, 07:53 AM
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i know this is off topic as hell but i just want to get a consensus of what the people that use vogues use on there pc/laptops and im still trolling through the many linux distros finding the one that suites me the most using ubuntu(karmic-koala9.10) for the moment. so enough about me, What Distro do you use!?!?
 
 
10th November 2009, 01:06 PM |#2  
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Gentoo on my eeePC and Windows 7 on my main laptop.
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I use Mandriva '09..pretty new-user friendly
10th November 2009, 03:08 PM |#4  
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Ubuntu 9.10 for me. Been running it since 8.04

Its going to be hard to beat Ubuntu simply because of the support that can be found for it. Being the most popular, it has the largest community and chances are any problem your having will have already been encountered.

That is not to say its the absolute best, but it sure is nice! If you like a little more eye candy, try Kubuntu or Mint
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1. Arch Linux running openbox because it only gives you want you need to boot to a command line. The rest is up to you to add.

2. Ubuntu 9.10 with minimal xfce for android development because it's easy.
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Switched a while ago from Ubuntu to Fedora...
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Debian is what i use, fast all packages and user friendly
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Ubuntu 9.04
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ubuntu 9.10 on my backup pc.
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Running 8.04 on my main PC still. A little old, but still a champ. In Linux, if it ain't broke don't fix it!
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