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Originally Posted by Ozar Originally Posted by Red Jam I don't even like Gentoo to be honest, but the handbook is a damm good read. I think Gentoo has some ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozar
    Quote Originally Posted by Red Jam
    I don't even like Gentoo to be honest, but the handbook is a damm good read.
    I think Gentoo has some of the best (if not the best) documentation available in the Linux distro scene.
    Speaking of which, Ubuntu does extremely well in this area as well.

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    I also think the FreeBSD handbook deserves a mention aswell.

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    So this has turn into both a flamewar and a post full of uncontructive banter. Cut some posts out and now I'm locking the thread.

    Please avoid digressing like this in the future...
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