View Poll Results: How many linux distros have you tried?
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RedHat - SuSE - Knoppix
On occasion I will use the Knoppix Live CD (and now live DVD).
I've played around with the Live CD's for most distributions, but I don't consider that playing around (for a few hours) meets the criteria for acatually trying a distribution. I think one has to use a distribution for at least a couple of months, before it meets the criteria.
Hence I filled in only "3" on the poll.
I've used three as my main distro.
First tried Mandrake 9.1 for almost a year. Currently I use both Debian for three years and Gentoo for eight to nine months.
The two other distros I barely used.
I played with Knoppix for less than a week after Mandrake. And played with Ubuntu when it first came out, also less than a week. Although I always have a copy of both of them on CD.
- Join Date
- Sep 2005
Tried quite a few
About 26 if you count each derivative distro as one:
Mandrake (currently using 2005 LE)
Ubuntu (on another box)
Plus FreeBSD, Solaris, Unixware, and NextStep 3.3 for Intel
- Join Date
- Oct 2004
Currently Running: Fedora Core 4, OpenBSD, Gentoo stage 1
Have Tried: Slackware 10, 10.1; FC1,3; RedHat 7,9; SuSE 9.3; Debian Sarge, Etch; Knoppix and about 20 varieties; Puppy; DSL; FreeBSD; NetBSD; PCBSD, Arch, Parsix...and some others I'm sure...
so counting all of the Knoppix varieties as one, my total number is around 20 or so...hehe, I have a spare partition and I love trying new ones out...Operating System: GNU Emacs