[Wolves] Suggest an OS

David Morley davmor2 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 11:55:00 BST 2007

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On 05/09/07, Kevanf1 <kevanf1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> The very simple answer to this is formed after asking a question :-)
> Do you want a GUI or not?
> If you are happy to use the CLI (I note the fact that you state that
> you are still very much a beginner) then you can use Debian and have a
> plethora of programs to choose from.  If you want a GUI then it's
> either DSL/Puppy or another small footprint distro.  Or, dare I say it
> and I am simply being practical here, stick a virgin install of Win
> 98se on it.  As good as Linux is even the small footprint distro's
> start to slow on a low memory PC.
> If you want to learn the CLI then this is probably a very good
> opportunity to make yourself do so.  You can always wipe it if you
> tire of it :-)
> --
> ==============================================
> Kevan Farmer
> Linux user #373362
> Staffordshire
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Simple answer is to go with slacks/puppy linux/damn small linux.  My
preference is the latter due to the fact that you can tap into the
debian repo's and install any other lightwieght gems you come across.

Seek That Thy Might Know

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