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i want to use a new distro for my pc.and i don't really know what to select.. yoper or knoppel(greek version of knoppix). any suggestions appreciated...
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    distro selection


    i want to use a new distro for my pc.and i don't really know what to select..
    yoper or knoppel(greek version of knoppix).
    any suggestions appreciated
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    Out of them 2 go Yoper.
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    Knoppix

    Knoppix is the Best, if u newbie ..
    IMHO...

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    I could recommend knoppix but won't since I had pretty rough problems with it, and I've never tried Yoper. But I've heard that Yoper is fast, so you could try out that one

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    i tried knoppel (greek version of knoppix) and i wasn't really satisfied because i ahd some problems with my modem and it was disconnecting after 2 minutes!although i download yoper to use with my second pc..
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    I saw you put slackware as your default distro. Why are you planning chage to other distro? If you wanna try a live CD, may I suggest Slax? It is based on slackware, easy to use, nice gui, and pretty small. The only flaw is that it doesn't gcc, you will have to make a module for it. Check more information on http://www.slax.org

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