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    thank you for the answer

    i don't want to start a general discussion "which one is the best?", but still: could you tell me, please, which distribution would be better to install to hd?

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    Mepis is a live and instalable debain-kde baced system very much like Knoppix

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    i'll give it a try, thank you

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    What distribution to use is really based on personal preference and what you are going to use it for. While some are more for home/office use, others may meant to be more of a server OS. A good distribution to start with is the Fedora Core. http://fedora.redhat.com I found it very easy to use and you could probably find more support if you have a problem using it because FC/RHL/RHEL has quite a large user group.

    Enoch

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    Mandrake and Suse are the other two biggest "ease of use" distros. Of course, there are a ridiculous number of distributions out there, but I usually recommend starting out with one of those three because of the sheer size of their user communities and the fact that they do a bit of "hand-holding".
    There are two major products that come out of Berkeley: LSD and UNIX. We don't believe this to be a coincidence.

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    ok. thank you for help

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