Given below is my suggestion for Poll-
Which is your most preferred Linux Flavor? Could be the one that you use at work or at your home.
Ubuntu (NON LTS)
Red Hat Linux
SlackWare or SlackWare Based
Arch Linux or Arch based
Gentoo or Gentoo Based
Fedora or Fedora Based
How could you possibly miss my Linux Flavor???
Nopes, I am a Solaris User...and it rocks
Nopes, I am a FreeBSD/PCBSD/NetBSD user...and it rocks..
Windows....I use Windows..and it rocks...
I really don't care...As long as the system spews out something meaningful when I do a perl --version, I am in business...
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