Whats your favorite version of Linux?
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    Whats your favorite version of Linux?

    Whats your favorite version of linux (red hat, etc.....)? and tell why.

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    Join Date
    Dec 2002
    I'm sure if you make a search you will find many previous posts on this same matter

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    May 2003


    well it all depends on what you want to do.
    Everybody will tell you something different because evry one has a different taste

    you need to do some research to see what each has to offer you

    Redhat is one of the most popular ones

    i personaly have used redhat and caldera


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    Jul 2002
    Yeah, there a lot of threads about this.

    The most recently posted to/ / http://www.antionline.com/showthread...favorite+linux
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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    ok i didn't look hard enough or even bother to look, i was just tryin to find out quick

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    Senior Member tampabay420's Avatar
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    Aug 2002
    find out what?
    i'm sure if there is something more specifiv you'd like to know, AO members would gladly answer...

    maybe you need re-ask the question differently; how about "what linux is best for me"

    unless all you really want to know is what is popular?
    yeah, I\'m gonna need that by friday...

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    Whats the best version for networking and computer security?

    not computer security as in hacking other peoples box's because everytime i mention somethin like that i get flamed!! i honestly am just using it for networking and cracking my own boxes for better security.

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    and plus i'll get negative antipoints for a stupid post. but i honestly am using it just to test the security of my own box.

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    Feb 2003
    "Whats your favorite version of linux (red hat, etc.....)?"

    Slackware Linux I'm an OpenBSD user but when I install Linux on
    any system this is what I install if it's a new server or a desktop
    system for friends who want something very reliable and stable.
    I'm serious I've installed it for friends who have been running it
    for months no calls to come fix it no complaints about crashes
    minus one harddrive replacement.


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