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Re: Newbie



try suse  9.1  home edition ( i think it's hom,e edition)  
http://www.linuxiso.org/distro.php?distro=2


On Fri, 24 Dec 2004 11:38:31 -0500, Mark Weaver <mdw1982 mdw1982 com> wrote:
> Mehdi Bouhalassa wrote:
> > Ok, so let the war begin!
> >
> > What version of Linux would be the best for me?
> >
> 
> Try RedHat 9 first, since you're already somewhat familiar with RedHat
> via Fedora Core.
> 
> you might also take a look at Mandrake Linux 10.0. Its very newbie
> friendly and a good distro to learn on and be introduced to Linux. What
> makes Mandrake such a nice distro for new folks to learn on is the fact
> that its not pointed specifically at desktop users, but includes all the
> functionality for servers as well as desktop. Many, if not all of the
> configuration tools that were once part of the Redhat distro are still
> within Mandrake, albeit some have morphed or matured into Mandrake
> specific config tools whereas others are still the same good old config
> tools that RedHat long ago. ( 8.0 ) for some reason abandoned.
> 
> --
> Mark
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