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You can try these out:

Fedora Linux

Ubuntu

I know for a fact that both of these are 100% free, complete Linux operating systems. No "trial" versions.

I'm not sure about other Linuxes (Linuses?). I'm sure there are more, I just haven't had any interest in them.
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hey thanks alot!! Linux Linux Linux Linux
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fedora unix has 3...

the core 6 images...

meaning there are 3 OSs?
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what are the images about?

Am I suppose to download all 3 of them?
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hi i am reely very confused...

when i click on the download links, there are more files, like iso, etc...which is the images, do i dw one or everything?

please guide.....
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hi i am reely very confused...

when i click on the download links, there are more files, like iso, etc...which is the images, do i dw one or everything?

please guide.....
Each ISO is one compact disc. They are very large files, perhaps 600 megabytes or so each. Any decent CDROM burning program can understand these files. Disc one is the boot disk and installer. The other discs contain extra programs. The rescue CD is a special, small boot disk for booting to a command prompt and fixing your system.

The i386 files are for 32-bit IBM PC computers(though they'll work on 64-bit too). The x86_64 files are only for 64-bit IBM PC computers. The ppc files are only for older Macintosh computers that use the PowerPC processor. You probably want i386.

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so can i just dl the one with the installer?

I just need the OS....which one should I go about it?

and how do I install into my router?
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