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  • RPM-based (Redhat, Fedora, Mandriva, OpenSUSE, etc.)

    23 27.38%
  • DEB-based (Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Mepis, etc.)

    36 42.86%
  • Source-based (Crux, Gentoo, LFS, etc.)

    10 11.90%
  • Other (please specify)

    15 17.86%
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  1. #1
    forum.guy
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    What Linux distribution are you running? (2011)


    Which distro are you currently running?


    Note that the poll from last year has been closed, but it can be found here:

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/cof...ng-2010-a.html
    oz

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    Penguin of trust elija's Avatar
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    Debian testing on my main desktop.
    Ubuntu / Xubuntu on laptops and netbooks (although they may migrate to Debian)

    Also have a Slackware machine and Freebsd machine for playing with
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    Both Deb and RPM based, Mint and Fedora.
    Bugged up Fedora, going to throw it in VM, will move to Slackware and free-BSD very soon

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    forum.guy
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    Have been running Arch Linux for going on 6 years and remain quite happy with it!
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    Arch is still primary, for me

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    Linux Enthusiast gruven's Avatar
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    Funtoo primarily, and Gentoo every once in a while.

    After using and getting extremely comfortable with Gentoo and the way they do things (as well with Funtoo) it is really hard to use a binary distro now. I just don't have the level of customization I am used to and need (or think I need).

    Code is Poetry

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    Slackware (12.2) on the iron, CentOS as VM guest(s)
    Can't tell an OS by it's GUI

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    Nothing than Gentoo, but Arch would also be a good alternative.
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    I have been using ArchLinux

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    Linux Engineer hazel's Avatar
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    Crux mainly. Debian Testing as my second system.
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