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i think im ready...

Discussion in 'Unix' started by cpulocksmith, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. cpulocksmith

    cpulocksmith New Member

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    ok i have been mulling it around in my mind and i have been doing some reading up on it, and i think im ready. i think i am ready to make the jump to linux. i have been thinking about maybe a duel boot windows vista and linux. i will be putting it on my laptop. it has 250 gb ddr and 3 gb of ram so i think it can stand the test. i just wanna know any of your input and maybe how to go about this...
     
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    s. U r ready. Which distro u re goin to use?
     
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    im not exactlly 100% sure, do you have any suggestions? if so i would be more them glad to hear them.
     
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    Debian-- mainly used by developers.
    If u want more user friendly environment go for Ubuntu or Suse.
    The next choice is red hat/fedora core.
    Then it continues.... with all other distros which are very handy like puppy, Damn small linux..
    Find urs
     

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