I have interest in knowing and working with Linux,so what distro will be the best for me to start with?

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Where can I get Linux?

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Couple of friends and me came to an idea of making our own distribution.Our idea is to make Linux distribution suitable for not so geeky people(eg.older people like your mom or dad,or young people like children in elementray scholl).Thats how we started making Ubuntu Home Edition.Linux distribution based on Ubuntu that everyone can use.Theres no commom unnecesary problems that cause headache to your family. We made our own update menager that allows them to update specific apps at time they choose.In addition to that UHE has enabled optition to clean it self every week,by "clean" i mean it cleans cache,history …

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Hi Everyone, Everyone likes talking about what distro they use at home, what about what distro of Linux or UNIX is best to learn as a young tech admin. I am currently heavily into AIX with some Red Hat and Suse experience. I am noticing a large shift to Linux from UNIX. Is it just me? Would it be better for a career move from UNIX to Linux? And if so which Linux, or does it matter... Thanks all

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I plan on making a web server for myself. Just a small site for myself containing my blog and a small infrequently updated webcomic, nothing huge and commercial and was wondering what is generally the best Linux to use for this. I have made web servers before using Windows XP and Ubuntu (can't remember which release, likely 7.something) so I have experience in making servers and I know how so I'm not asking how to set one up, just what operating system is generally the best to use. I realise everyone will likely have a different opinion so hopefully we …

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Recently, I was given 2 unit of Dell PowerEdge computer with Intel Pentium 4 processor running at 2,4GHz, 256MB RAM and a 40GB hard disk. It was install with a Linux OS but I don't know what Distro it is. When power on it show bunch of text and it hang and the last message was a Kernel panic. But it is still ok since I am going to format the computer with another Distro. That is where the problem start. I cannot format the computer at all. Is it possible for a Linux Distro to protect the computer from …

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Well i have been working on linux for a while , eventhough i am stuck to ubuntu only . Well i am planning to venture out a little and understand more about how os is made and may be build os from scratch .. i mean not to code it but coalesce different units and having a satisfaction of building my own version and including programs .. stuff like these.. Is there any distro which allows me to learn more about linux in depth and delivers what i am looking forward to build ?

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If you've always wanted to create your own Linux distribution (distro), like I have, now you can by using a tool that was originally developed to create Virtual Appliances. [URL="http://www.susestudio.com"]SUSE Studio[/URL] (still currently in alpha) is a web-based tool that helps you create Linux Virtual Appliances and complete bootable distros on CD/DVDs or USB drives. Starting in early 2009, you can sign up for the beta version but to see the power of this tool now, you can pick up the January 2009 copy of [URL="http://www.linux-magazine.com"]Linux Pro Magazine[/URL] complete with screenshots and a full description of its features. You begin …

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