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The Slacker’s Fav Linux List

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Here’s what I like. They’re all good. However, like anyone, I have my personal favorites. Here goes…

My Top Five GNU/Linux Operating Systems and Why

1. Slackware Linux – To me, Slackware just fits. Folks have heard me say for years now that Slackware is the only Linux operating system that comes pre-packaged with ATTITUDE. It’s a biker’s Linux. It’s not all-inclusive. It’s not warm and fuzzy. It’s not even user friendly, at times. When you kick that baby over, though, it RUNS… and it runs hard and long. Slackware is the oldest surviving still maintained Linux. Its age grants it bragging rights. It is a survivor.

2. Debian –

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