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From Noobs to Experts: Is There an ABC for Linux Distros?

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"To every thing there is a season," as the old saying goes, and "a time to every purpose under the heaven." Can the same be said for Linux distros? That is the question that's been on many Linux bloggers' minds.

Specifically, "What Distros Have You Used, in What Order?" was the title of the Ask Slashdot post that got the conversational ball rolling, and it was a provocative one.

'Ubuntu -> Arch -> openSUSE'

"Linux dude Bryan Lunduke blogged here about the top three approaches he thinks are the easiest for new users to pick up Linux," wrote blogger colinneagle. "Lunduke's, for example, went Ubuntu -> Arch -> openSUSE.

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