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

    15 23.81%
  • DEB-based: (Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Mepis, etc.)

    32 50.79%
  • Source-based: (Crux, Gentoo, LFS, etc.)

    7 11.11%
  • Other (please specify)

    9 14.29%
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SliTaz might be another option for you too. It can be set up real nice....
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    SliTaz might be another option for you too. It can be set up real nice.
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    If you're looking at Zenwalk (Slackware based), you might as well look at Slackware.
    It runs quite well on any hardware that you might have.

    BTW... Welcome back, Artesia! Been a while since we seen you around!
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    Aah, Slackware. Very, very enticing. I seriously looked into it a while back, but I didn't have the courage to try. It sounded like even installation might be a challenge for me. My linux knowledge is still fairly basic.

    And thanks for the wb. A couple years ago, I bought a house out in the boonies, and the only available internet out here is satellite, which is very costly. I've wanted to stabilize my finances before making another financial commitment, but it's also resulted in less playing around with distros. For now, driving to the library in the next town over will have to do. My town isn't big enough for a library. Or a post office. Or a polling place. But it's awesome living.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artesia View Post
    Aah, Slackware. Very, very enticing. I seriously looked into it a while back, but I didn't have the courage to try. It sounded like even installation might be a challenge for me. My linux knowledge is still fairly basic.

    And thanks for the wb. A couple years ago, I bought a house out in the boonies, and the only available internet out here is satellite, which is very costly. I've wanted to stabilize my finances before making another financial commitment, but it's also resulted in less playing around with distros. For now, driving to the library in the next town over will have to do. My town isn't big enough for a library. Or a post office. Or a polling place. But it's awesome living.
    Well Hello Artesia!! It's nice to see a posting from you!
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