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    Best distro for running crossover office


    I seem to be chopping between so many distros lately I would like to know that I am starting to go around in circles.

    what distro do you think would be best for running Crossover what gives the best performance.

    I would also like a distro that gives me no problems running xfce or any other windows managers. I have had a few niggles with Mandriva and Fedora.

    I want something thats relatively easy to install as well.
    I dont want a distro thats too bloated either.

    Hope I am not asking for too much.

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    Damnsmalllinux is a very lightweight distro, that is pretty easy to install, and a frugal install will fly :P

    It has apt-get so you will be able to get crossover office too

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    Personally I've found Crossover to work best with Beatrix or Ubuntu.
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