yet another person looking for that ideal distro.
I've been using fedora core 1, and like it. but it's still on kernel 2.4, xfree86, etc.
I'd like a distro with kernel 2.6, X.org, etc. Much like fedora core2, but I have this laptop sitting in front of me that's just begging to have something installed on it right now!
*Gentoo: no patience for compiling the whole damned thing, and what's the point if you're not going to do that? I did download and burn a GRP cd compiled for P3, haven't tried it yet though.
*Slackware: under consideration. I know very little about it thought. can you use apt-get? yum? portage?
****edit* slackware is still running the 2.4 kernel. poop
*Debian: latest stable release is almost a year old.
*Mandrake: no. i hate all their *drake crap.
*fedora core2 test3: I know I like fedora, yum has fixed rpm-hell. but then I might have to reinstall when core2 final is released. no guarantees of upgradability to the final release.
SuSe: sure, send me an ISO, I can't seem to get em online.
anyone got a fast mirror for the fedora core2 test3 release? Current Mood: awake