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Please name your Linux Distribution of choice

  • Ubuntu Linux
  • Mandriva Linux
  • SUSE LINUX
  • Fedora Core
  • Debian GNU/Linux
  • Knoppix
  • MEPIS Linux
  • Gentoo Linux
  • Slackware Linux
  • Xandros Desktop
  • Other Linux (please tell us)
  • None (*BSD)
  • None (Mac)
  • None (other *NIX)
  • None (BeOS)
  • None (Windows)
  • None (other OS)
  • I am undecided about my OS or Distro choice

Note:
Please dont be annoyed if your favourite Distro or OS is not among the choices, I just derived them from the most popular list at distrowatch.com.

Regards,
jonix


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