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I'd like opinions on different versions, I've ran Slackware, ran Redhat and long ago, DL'd something else but don't remember what I wanted to try Fedora but don't have a ...
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    recommendations and comparisions - needed


    I'd like opinions on different versions,

    I've ran Slackware, ran Redhat and long ago, DL'd something else but don't remember what

    I wanted to try Fedora but don't have a CD burner (and don't care to have one) so I was thinking of just buying a cheap set from someone.

    also thought about going back to Slackware since I know I can order a set online.

    anyone have any suggestions? Comparisons?
    Thanks
    -ej

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    Personally I run Fedora. I've used Suse (9.1 and 9.2) and liked it, but always felt more confortable in Fedora. That is only because I have used it the most. Ubuntu has had some very good reviews lately, Gentoo has always sounded like a good distro and people seem to love Slackware just as much as Gentoo.

    Take a look at http://distrowatch.com/ for some reviews and to see what's out there.

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