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    I didn't know this was happening :s, ah well, guess it is for the better.

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    Vector Linux SOHO 7

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    With a dual boot enviroment (and some patience) I recomend SLACKWARE.
    Slackware isn't so difficult like people use to say, but requires a little more work to config X, sound and internet, but you know exactly what you have to do.
    It is the best way to get familiar with a UNIX system, I think.

    MANDRAKE is an excelent distro but all the job was done when the instalation ends. You have handy graphycal tools for everything and don't need a single console command (unless you want) If is this you wanted, choose MANDRAKE.

    If not, I recomend SLACKWARE.

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