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Assume you're building a box for someone who'll be using their computer for 
the following:

	Word processing
	Web browsing

And not a whole lot else.  Let's assuming that the user has no knowledge of 
computers, but they're on a DSL or other high-speed connection.  The computer 
will be administered remotely by me, and the user won't have their root 

What would you all consider to be the best distribution for this sort of 
thing?  I'm leaning toward CentOS or White Box Enterprise Linux, since 
they're both based on Red Hat Enterprise, and should have the same sort of 
release cycle, making it less volatile than Fedora, and such a system would 
be easy for me to maintain remotely.  But I'm wide open to suggestions.

Richard S. Crawford

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