View Poll Results: Which Linux distribution do you use most?
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RPM-based (Redhat, Fedora, Mandriva, SuSE, etc.)
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src based : Slackware 13.1 My primary system is OpenBSD. Have it on all my pc's. Also have Debian on some machines. Also like and have used Arch. I'm not ...
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- 11-20-2010 #81
- Join Date
- Jan 2005
src based : Slackware 13.1
My primary system is OpenBSD. Have it on all my pc's.
Also have Debian on some machines.
Also like and have used Arch.
I'm not a "bleeding edge" addict
- 12-16-2010 #82
What's your problem with aMSN ? .. it's installed and running rock solid here on my Lenny64 box.. installed from the repositories as usual .. Very rarely have to compile anything mainstream like that.. only weird stuff like c-lit needs building.
(still giggling at the "just joined" .. 4 1/2 years .. just joined.. hahahahaha)
- 12-17-2010 #83
- Join Date
- Nov 2010
Use Ubuntu as my standard system on the 10 or so systems I support.
Ubuntu's not perfect but it's solid, widely used, with good support and big community. I haven't had the bugs some posters mention, other than the good ol' CPU/index problem.
Also use Puppy on older systems with limited memory (128M up to less than 512M). Puppy is amazing because it's the only small Linux I know of that has great ease of use and all the apps most people need bundled.