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Re: [vox] The Easiest Distro?
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Re: [vox] The Easiest Distro?

FWIW... I use Debian on my servers (where I like a finer grain of control) 
and RH7.2 on my workstations (home and work). I've disliked RH since they 
went to v6, but 7.1 & 7.2 have been great. Everything seems to work as 
advertised (no surprise "what the hell were they thinking" after an hour 
of troubleshooting gnome). Just installed it and used it (I've been in a 
just use it mood lately). The way it should be.


On 22:17 30/03 Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> I don't want to start any sort of battle here, but...
> I am considering putting together a proposal to set up some local
> charity groups with Linux computers (because Linux is cheap, reliable,
> and runs on cheaper computers).  While I'm most familiar with Red Hat,
> what would be the best distribution to set up in an environment of
> non-techies?  What productivity applications would you set up for them,
> and so on?  I figure Linux is computing for the people, but the people
> still need to be able to use the system.
> --
> Sliante,
> Richard S. Crawford
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> "It is only with the heart that we see rightly; what is essential is
> invisible to the eye."  --Antoine de Saint Exupery
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