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Old Unix and Linux 05-29-2015   -   Original Discussion by milhan
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Thank you Electrofryed for the info on two more distressing. Need to check them out.
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I'm up to about 30 or so distros that I've played with. I'm waiting for the new KDE version of Ultimate Edition from Theeman. It'll be for the more moderate to advanced user, but will be packed with awesome features.
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I'm up to about 30 or so distros that I've played with. I'm waiting for the new KDE version of Ultimate Edition from Theeman. It'll be for the more moderate to advanced user, but will be packed with awesome features.
Ultimate Edition distros are forked from Ubuntu and Mint. That being said I don't see how a new Desktop Environment (KDE) would change the skill-level "required" of the user. Both of the distros it's forked from were both forked from Debian...that being said they're usually very easy to work with.
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Debian :) Yupp!! ;)

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I use Debian. Reason why? In the late 90's, I asked some savvy linux users which one I should get for my laptop, and they told me Debian, because it was the most difficult to install, and if I could install it, I'd impress the heck out of rest of the geeks who couldn't Linux

..hey, that's what they said... Linux

..so that's the linux I use in my laptops...
I heard pure Debian didn't exist truly anymore I was trying to understand DD-WRT and flashrouter technology at the time

Jessie's Running percectly and apt hit's every time with roughly 50,000 available packages that are considered stable. LinuxLinux

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I tried some distros, each for several years, running fedora now since 2 years. The main difference is that the red hat people are real experts. If there is a problem, they can help.Linux
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