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Is Ubuntu really easier? Is Pepsi really better than Coke?

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If you have followed my blog for any extended amount of time, you know that I have tried and used an extensive number of Linux distributions. I have finally found my home distro with openSUSE, and that is where I will stay for the foreseeable future. I do, and will still keep up with what’s going on in the entire Linux community, since it interests me immensely.

One thing that does irritate me is bickering between different camps in the Linux community. Each thinks that their distribution is the best, and should be used by every living, breathing and eating human being – ’nuff said. I really feel that this is a dangerous attitude, and I feel that this is an attitude that is going to continue to hurt Linux over all rather than help. I do not intend for this post to be such a post, so I wanted to say that right from the beginning. This is simply a comparison.

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