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How Many Distros Must a Man Walk Down?

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So, I wanted to see what all the fuss was about, and in a fit of conformism, I installed Ubuntu this week.

There have been, by my count, six bazillion reviews of one form of Ubuntu or another, mostly of Warty and Hoary. I am going to make a concerted effort not to inundate LT readers with a similar wave of Breezy Badger reviews.

Therefore, this is not a review.

It was with some trepidation that I approached Ubuntu. I've been wanting to make the jump away from Fedora for some time, and it was finally a recent presentation by Jorge Castro that finally tipped me.

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