Which Linux Distribution Hav u Used ????
August 10, 2007 1:25am CST
I hav use few linux distribution like Red Hat, Kubuntu, Ubuntu n Debian.. I feel is that Ubuntu among all linux distribution that i used , is really very userfriendly.. Which Distribution hav u used ...???
28 Aug 07
The first distribution I tested was Knoppix 3.2 followed by Red Hat 9. I liked Red Hat 9 but was unable to update it because of the end of support. I then tried other distributions like CentOS 4 (still RedHat based), Slackware, OpenSuse, Slackware, Ubuntu (including Kubuntu & Xubuntu), Debian, Bayanihan and Vector. But I have more success with Ubuntu. Maybe because of the many online resources dedicated to it. Have also installed squid and samba with ubuntu. That makes me a moderately satisfied user and moving slowly to being a geek...
15 Aug 07
I'm interest in Linux.I have used a lot of distribution,for instance the radhad FC ,Mandriva.I think mandriva is very good.I't included so many application software.but if you are a Chinese,I suggested you use the Magic Linux,it's fit Chinese very well.
14 Aug 07
I have used SUSE, Red Hat and Fedora. Currently i am using Fedora Core 5, and i feel completely at home using it. For me, every linux distro needs to address the geek-value as well as the user friendliness quotient in it, and Fedora seems to have struck that little balance for me.
11 Aug 07
I started out in mid-2K with a TurboLinux install, followed shortly by Caldera, then it became Mandrake for quite a while. I also tried out Storm Linux, then a few minimalist distros, then Ubuntu Live followed by an Ubuntu install. I've just installed Fedora Core 6 recently. My deepest desire is to install Debian with a working GUI.
11 Aug 07
Well I have a very old laptop so I am limited in what distros I can use on it. For example, it will not boot Ubuntu at all. I tried DSL (Damn Small Linux) but I did not like the interface, it was just not user-friendly enough for me. I also tried Slax and Mepis Lite, but although they were nice to look at they were too slow. So now I use Puppy Linux. It is not the prettiest distro around but it does everything I need it to and is the only one that runs at an acceptable speed. I would recommend it to anyone who has a Windows 98 computer and wants to go on the internet, because Windows 98 is unsupported and insecure nowadays and Linux is a much safer alternative.