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MadMarc
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GNU/Linux

Any Linux users in here? I have most of my machines dual booting Windows and Ubuntu Linux. Just tried out Mint Linux. Seems pretty cool.
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Kennebec
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Redhat fan myself.

Post Wed 03 Oct, 2007 6:42 pm 
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MadMarc
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Hey Kennebec,

I have thought of kicking the tires on RedHat. Looked at it years ago but never did anything with it. Would you recommend it for a home desktop PC type of install or is it more of an enterprise distribution?

Does it work with most hardware out of the box or is there a lot of configuration involved?

Now I'm curious. I'm going to go check it out!

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