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I am not necessarily a noob to Linux, but I am also not a grand master either. Out of the three which would be considered more User Friendly or more ...
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    RedHat 9.0, Mandrake 9.0, YellowDog 3.0


    I am not necessarily a noob to Linux, but I am also not a grand master either. Out of the three which would be considered more User Friendly or more powerful, etc. to use? I am running Mandrake 9.0, but I heard some pretty good things about RedHat. However I've not quite heard much about YellowDog. What are your opinions? Thanks.

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    YellowDog is for PPC architectures only, ie. if you have a Mac, that is what you want.
    As for RedHat and Mandrake and RedHat, I must admit to not having used Mandrake, but from what I've gathered from the forum, they seem equally user-friendly. Mandrake does appear to have a couple of more bugs than RedHat, but on the other hand, it also appears to be able to auto-detect a lot more hardware than RedHat can.

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