Rock Solid Linux on Second Hand (Used) PCs
I had some bad experience with Ubuntu (namely version 10.10 and 11.10). Those two versions crashed after using two month from the fresh installation in two different used PCs.
Normally used PCs have defective HDD drives which windows users used their OS by chkdsk command to avoid bad sectors and use the HDD
When It comes to Ubuntu I had to use e2fsck command to recover the Ubuntu OS. But most of the time I had to do it again and again.
I know Ubuntu is a very good Desktop OS has so many software to chose but my concern is to have a stable rock-solid OS to run in old computers.
What distribution I should use or what are the changes I should do in my Ubuntu OS ?????