Re: Will you recommend fedora to a newcomer?

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Antonio Olivares <[email protected]> writes:

> --- "Jacques B." <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> If you check
>> http://distrowatch.com/dwres.php?resource=major,
>> they
>> list the top 5 beginner friendly distros as:
>> 
>> 1. Xandros Desktop
>> 2. MEPIS Linux
>> 3. Linspire
>> 4. PCLinuxOS
>> 5. Ark Linux
>> 
>> Jacques B.
>> 
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>
> I think that the people that want to give a Linux a
> try should consider booting a live CD. 
>
>>From the ones that you list, PCLinuxOS, Mepis are run
> from liveCD, I do also believe that Linspire has a
> LiveCD.  The newbies should try them on an evaluation
> basis and then they can conclude on their own which if
> any deserves to be on their hard drives.
>
> I would personally recommend the users to try these
> Live CD's
>  
> Knoppix
> Kanotix
> Slax 
> Berry 
> Linux4all
>
> Check out this page for other(s) based on Fedora
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DerivedDistributions/LiveCDs

I almost forgot this. Another thing to surprise them:-)

-- 
Leon


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