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Fedora 7

Finally!
27% (47 votes)
Yippie!
18% (31 votes)
Yaaawn!
36% (62 votes)
huh?
19% (33 votes)
Total votes: 173

The best

1-Kubuntu: all works out of the box with the cutting edge software, but buggy video card configuration (xconf)
2-MEPIS: excellent utilities, excellent hardware detection, huge stability, but old repository
3-PCLinuxOS: radically simple, huge stability, but inappropiate for a mobile user
4-VectorLinux: for advanced user, but very fast
5-openSUSE: speedy, all works, but so bloat... yaaawn!

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